Question 1. Which one of the following antimicrobial drugs, is suitable for the treatment of both tuberculosis and leprosy?
(C) P-amino salcicylic acid
Question 2. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the disease which causes the death of the largest number of people today is_______.
Question 3. Every year 5 lacs of Indians die of a disease. Identify it________.
Question 4. Which one of the following diseases is caused by bacteria?
Question 5. Tuberculosis is caused by a_______.
Question 6. Which one of the following is not correctly matched?
(A) Mental disease – Schizophrenia
(B) Scabies – Mite
(C) Genetic disease – Tuberculosis
(D) Autoimmune disease – Rheumatoid arthritis
Question 7. A specific test for detection of tuberculosis is_______.
(A) Montoux Test
(B) Kahn’s Test
(C) Widal’s Test
(D) Robert’s Test
Question 8. Which one of the following is not correctly matched?
(A) Fluoride Ion – Indigestion
(B) Nitrate Ion – Blue baby syndrome
(C) Cadmium – Itai-Itai disease
(D) Mercury – Minamata disease
Question 9. The disease ‘Tetanus’ is also known as_______.
(A) Whooping cough
Question 10. Minamata disease was caused by toxic quantities of the following metal.
Question 11. Minamata disease is caused due to________.
(A) Cadmium poisoning
(B) Mercury poisoning
(C) Lead poisoning
(D) Arsenic poisoning
Question 12. The Minamata disease of Japan in 1953 was caused by eating fish contaminated by_______.
Question 13. Which one of the following is not caused by an infected mosquito bites?
(C) Yellow fever
Question 14. Which disease is caused by allergy?
Question 15. If a person only takes milk, egg and bread in diet, so he may suffer from the disease_______.
(B) Night blindness
Question 16. Which one of the following is useful in the treatment of scurvy disease?
Question 17. 117. The Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) has developed a drug named, ‘Lukoskin’. It is being used in the treatment of ________.
(A) Lung cancer
Question 18. Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched?
(A) Diabetes – Liver
(B) Jaundice – Eye
(C) Cataract – Thyroid gland
(D) Pneumonia – Lungs
Question 19. The disease caused by deficiency of protein in children is ______.
Question 20. Which of the following pairs is incorrect?
(A) Polio – Monkey
(B) Tapeworm – Pig
(C) Rabies – Dog
(D) Plague – Rat
Question 21. The disease caused by nematodes _______.
Question 22. Which one of the following sets are correctly matched?
(A) Polio, Japanese B encephalitis and Plague – Viral
(B) Colour blindness, Haemophilia and Sickle cell anaemia – Hereditary
(C) AIDS, Syphilis and Gonorrhoea – Bacterial
(D) Diphtheria, Pneumonia and Leprosy – Sex-linked
Question 23. ‘Yellow Vein Mosaic’ is a serious disease of ________.
Question 24. Which one of the following pairs matches one another?
(A) Pneumonia – Eyes
(B) Typhoid – Lungs
(C) Jaundice – Liver
(D) Cataract – Thyroid gland
Question 25. Astigmatism is a disease of the_______.