661. In which of the following immunization is given after infection is started________________?
A. Rabies
B. Poliomyelitis
C. Influenza
D. Herpes

662. Incubation period of herpes zoster is________________?
A. 7-14 days
B. 1 months
C. 1-2 years
D. 3-6 months

663. Hypoxic death leads to__________________?
A. Liquefactive necrosis
B. Coagulative nacrosis
C. Caseous necrosis
D. Fat necrosis

664. Which of the following is correctly matched_______________?
A. Coagulation necrosis Tuberculosis
B. Caseation yellow fever
C. Fat necrosis Pancreatitis
D. Gumma infarction

665. Amyloidosis is commonly associated with_____________?
A. Chronic osteomyelitis
B. Periostitis
C. Acute osteomyelitis
D. Multiple myeloma

666. Stain used for demonstration of amyloid is______________?
A. Congo Red
B. Masson’s trichrome
C. Vonkosa
D. Reticulin

667. Diabetic gangrene is caused by____________?

A. Vasospasm
B. Peripheral neuritis
C. Atherosclerosis
D. None of the above

668. Coagulative necrosis is_______________?
A. Characteristic of focal bacterial infections
B. Characteristic of hypoxic death
C. Characteristic by loss of tissue architecture
D. None of the above

669. A rise in the anti-HBc immunoglobulin in a patient indicates________________?
A. Acute infection
B. Carrier state
C. Prodromal phase
D. Convalescence

670. Which of the following would you consider to be general properties of viruses______________?
A. New virus particle arises directly (by division) from preexisting viruses
B. Fall in to the general size range of 200-3000 angstrom unit
C. Contain equal proportions of protein, lipo polysaccharide and nucleic acids
D. Contain DNA but no RNA