3rd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination March 2012


3rd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination March 2012

Subject: Pathology & Microbiology-II (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any two (02) parts from each question

All questions carry equal marks


Q: No: 01: a) Define antigen and antibody. Draw and label an immunoglobulin molecule.

b) What are the types of hypersensitivity reaction? Describe the mechanism of type III hypertensivity reaction.

c) What do you mean by CBC ( complete blood count)? Give the differential count of WBC of adult male.

Q: No: 02: a) Name the enzymes of clinical importance. Give their normal values and clinical importance.

b) What is ESR? Write the clinical importance of ESR. Name three diseases causing high ESR.

c) Describe the pathogenesis & laboratory diagnosis of poiomyelitis.

Q: No: 03: a) Write in short about the microscopic examination of urine.

b) How can you determine the presence of protein and sugar in urine.

c) Write short notes on: i) GTT ii) Red cell indices iii) ASO trite


Q: No: 04: a) What is bacterial culture media? Write down the commonly used culture media in the laboratory with their use and importance.

b) Describe the bacterial growth curve. What are the factors required for bacterial growth?

c) Name the hepatitis viruses and their mode of transmission. Write down the serological markers of hepatitis B.

Q: No: 05: a) Define sterilization and disinfection. Describe shortly the methods of sterilization.

b) Name the exotoxin and endotoxin producing baceteria. Enumerate the points of difference between exotoxin and endotoxin.

c) Describe the pathogenesis and laboratory disgnosis of entric fever.

Q: No: 06: a) What are the sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and what are their causative agents?

b) What is meningitis? What are the CSF findings in different types of meningitis.

c) Write short notes on: i) Nosocomial infection ii) Pateurization iii) Cell wall of gram negative bacteria

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