Hepatitis Test

  1. What is the largest gland of the body
    a. Kidney
    b. Pituitary gland
    c. Liver
    d. None of the above
  2. The liver is divided in to how many lobes
    a. 2
    b. 4
    c. 5
    d. 3
  3. The liver weighs about how many pounds
    a. 1.5
    b. 5
    c. 11
    d. 3
  4. Hepatitis is defined as
    a. An inflammatory condition of the intestine
    b. An inflammatory condition of the liver
    c. An excess growth of tissue in the gallbladder
    d. An excess amount of bile excreted to the liver
  5. Incubation period for hepatitis A is
    a. 4-9 weeks
    b. 1-2 days
    c. 2-6 weeks
    d. 5-7 days
  6. The mode of transmission for hepatitis A is
    a. Blood
    b. Vaginal secretions
    c. Fecal-oral
    d. All of the above
  7. The most important way to prevent hepatitis A is
    a. Safe sex
    b. Washing your hands
    c. Don't use dirty needles
    d. There is not way of preventing it
  8. Hepatitis B is a very serious form of hepatitis
    a. True
    b. False
  9. An acute illness is o that lasts longer than 6 months.
    a. True
    b. False
  10. A virus is much smaller than the human cell.
    a. True
    b. False
  11. Hepatitis A is a chronic illness
    a. True
    b. False
  12. Hepatitis B can be tested by urine sample
    a. True
    b. False
  13. Only illegal drug cause damage to the liver
    a. True
    b. False
  14. The incubation period for hepatitis B is
    a. 1-2 weeks
    b. 5-10 days
    c. 3-4 weeks
    d. 6 weeks to 6 months
  15. The hepatitis B vaccine is given
    a. By mouth one time a day for a week
    b. By a series of 3 intramuscular shots
    c. By one subcutaneous injection
    d. There is no vaccine for hepatitis B
  16. The most common chronic form of hepatitis is
    a. Hepatitis A
    b. Hepatitis B
    c. Hepatitis C
    d. Hepatitis H
  17. In the United States, Hepatitis C continues to infect about
    a. 300 people per year
    b. 500 people per year
    c. 1000 people per year
    d. 30,000 people per year
  18. Incubation period for hepatitis C is
    a. 2-6 weeks
    b. 5-10 days
    c. 3-4 weeks
    d. 1-2 weeks
  19. The hepatitis C vaccine is given
    a. By mouth one time a day for a week
    b. By a series of 3 intramuscular shots
    c. By one subcutaneous injection
    d. There is no vaccine for hepatitis C
  20. Hepatitis D only occurs on people
    a. Who have had hepatitis A
    b. Who have hepatitis B
    c. Who have cancer
    d. Who are from the US
  21. Hepatitis E is transferred via
    a. Blood
    b. Vaginal secretions
    c. Fecal-Oral
    d. Sperm
  22. Which example is an example of how hepatitis B can be transferred?
    a. Nose bleeds
    b. Sharing needles
    c. Menstrual blood
    d. All the above