Sexually transmitted disease: Quiz

Question 1: Many infectious diseases, including the ________, influenza, pneumonia, and most others that are transmitted person-to-person can also be transmitted during sexual contact, if one person is infected, due to the close contact involved.
Acute pharyngitisViral pneumoniaCommon coldSevere acute respiratory syndrome

Question 2: Viral hepatitis (________)—saliva, venereal fluids.
InfluenzaHepatitis B virusHerpes simplex virusRotavirus

Question 3: 'High risk' types of HPV are known to cause most types of ________, as well as anal, penile, and vulvar cancer, and genital warts.
Cervical cancerSquamous cell carcinomaCervical intraepithelial neoplasiaOvarian cancer

Question 4: Depending on the disease, some untreated STIs can lead to infertility, ________ or even death.
Chronic painPain scaleHeadachePain management

Question 5: Mucous membranes differ from ________ in that they allow certain pathogens into the body.
SkinLeatherHuman skinTanning

Question 6: Various bacterial (Shigella, Campylobacter, or Salmonella), viral (Hepatitis A, ________), or parasitic (Giardia or amoeba) pathogens are transmitted by sexual practices that promote anal-oral contamination (fecal-oral).
RotavirusVirus diseaseAdenoviridaeHerpes simplex virus

Question 7: ________ only provide protection when used properly as a barrier, and only to and from the area that it covers.
MasturbationBirth controlCondomSexual abstinence

Question 8: Proper use of ________ reduces contact and risk.
Sexual abstinenceBirth controlCondomMasturbation

Question 9: HIV/ ________ (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)— venereal fluids
AIDSAIDS dementia complexHerpes simplexICD-10 Chapter I: Certain infectious and parasitic diseases

Question 10: In the 1980s, first genital herpes and then ________ emerged into the public consciousness as sexually transmitted diseases that could not be cured by modern medicine.
HIVAIDSAIDS dementia complexICD-10 Chapter I: Certain infectious and parasitic diseases

Source: The Full Wiki (http://quiz.thefullwiki.org/Sexually_transmitted_disease)