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Wound licking: Quiz


Question 1: Indeed, a dog's saliva is bactericidal against the bacteria ________ and Streptococcus canis, although not against coagulase positive Staphylococcus or Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Helicobacter pyloriCholeraEscherichia coliPathogenic bacteria

Question 2:
Wound licking, Animal sexual behaviour and Attachment theory are all:
Hygiene Ethology Infectious diseases Pets

Question 3: [60] Another issue is the possibility of an ________ to proteins in the saliva of pets, such as Fel d 1 in cat allergy and Can f 1 in dog allergy.
Graft-versus-host diseaseAnaphylaxisHypersensitivityAllergy

Question 4: [9][10] ________ that are naturally found in saliva break down into nitric oxide on contact with skin, which will inhibit bacterial growth.

Question 5: A seven-week old boy contracted ________ due to Pasteurella from contact with pet saliva.

Question 6: A ________ whose cat licked her chapped fingers passed on Pasteurella infection to a 74-year old transfusion recipient.
Blood typeBlood donationRed blood cellBlood plasma

Question 7: The ________ virus may be transmitted between kudu antelopes by wound licking.
Arbovirus encephalitisViral hemorrhagic feverRabiesTick-borne encephalitis

Question 8: The phrase was spoken by Antony in ________'s 17th century play All for Love:[73]
TheseusPlutarchJohn DrydenDemosthenes

Question 9: C. canimorsus caused acute ________ due to septicemia in a man whose open hand wound was licked by his dog.
Nephrotic syndromeAcute kidney injuryRenal failureChronic kidney disease

Question 10: In an unusual case, an ________ teacher was reprimanded after licking blood from wounds on a track team member's knee, a football player's arm, and a high school student's hand.

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