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1 Chapter 25 Chapter Review Choose the appropriate option. Q. ______________ is an STD caused by the herpes simplex virus. 1.Trichomoniasis 2.Syphilis 3.Genital herpes 4.Chlamydia

2 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. Genital herpes is an STD caused by the herpes simplex virus. Click Next to attempt another question.

3 Chapter 25 Chapter Review 1.chlamydia 2.human papillomavirus (HPV) 3.gonorrhea 4.syphilis Q. A bacterial STD that usually affects mucous membranes is ______________. Choose the appropriate option.

4 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. A bacterial STD that usually affects mucous membranes is gonorrhea. Click Next to attempt another question.

5 Chapter 25 Chapter Review 1.HIV 2.HPV 3.AIDS 4.Chlamydia Q. ___________ is the virus that attacks the immune system. Choose the appropriate option.

6 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. HIV is the virus that attacks the immune system. Click Next to attempt another question.

7 Chapter 25 Chapter Review 1.chlamydia 2.AIDS 3.syphilis 4.gonorrhea Q. Being infected with HIV does not necessarily mean a person has _____________. Choose the appropriate option.

8 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. Being infected with HIV does not necessarily mean a person has AIDS. Click Next to attempt another question.

9 Chapter 25 1.Western blot 2.chlamydia 3.HPV 4.EIA Chapter Review Q. The first test usually performed to screen for HIV antibodies in the blood is the _________. Choose the appropriate option.

10 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. The first test usually performed to screen for HIV antibodies in the blood is the EIA. Click Next to attempt another question.

11 Chapter 25 1.Western blot 2.EIA 3.ELISA 4.Sarcoma Chapter Review Q. The most common confirmation test for HIV in the United States is the ____________. Choose the appropriate option.

12 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. The most common confirmation test for HIV in the United States is the Western blot. Click Next to attempt another question.

13 Chapter 25 Chapter Review Click Next to view the answer. Provide a short answer to the question given below. Q. Why are STDs in the United States considered a hidden epidemic?

14 Chapter 25 Chapter Review Click Next to attempt another question. A. Many people with STDs are asymptomatic and do not seek treatment because they don’t know they are infected. Others may be too embarrassed to seek treatment. Consequently, many cases go undiagnosed and unreported.

15 Chapter 25 Chapter Review Click Next to view the answer. Q. Explain why an individual diagnosed with an STD should notify contacts. Provide a short answer to the question given below.

16 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. Local authorities may not have the resources or be required by law to notify contacts. Therefore, it is the responsibility of an individual infected with an STD to notify any person with whom he or she has had sexual contact because this could could help save the person’s life. Click Next to attempt another question.

17 Chapter 25 Chapter Review Click Next to view the answer. Q. Why is the risk of HIV infection low for a person whose coworker has tested positive for HIV? Provide a short answer to the question given below.

18 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. HIV is transmitted through sexual intercourse, by sharing needles, and from mother to baby. HIV is not transmitted through casual contact, such as touching, and is not transmitted through the air. Click Next to attempt another question.

19 Chapter 25 Chapter Review Click Next to view the answer. Q. List and describe the stages of HIV infection. Provide a short answer to the question given below.

20 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. The stages of HIV infection are: Early infection: Symptoms such as fever, rash, and headaches develop three to six weeks after infection. Asymptomatic HIV infection: HIV continues to destroy cells of the immune system. Symptomatic HIV infection: The immune system is no longer able to fight off other diseases. AIDS: The immune system is severely damaged. Click Next to attempt another question.

21 Chapter 25 Chapter Review What makes opportunistic illnesses more dangerous for individuals who are infected with HIV than for those who are not infected? Discuss the following.

22 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. Correct! Genital herpes is an STD caused by the herpes simplex virus. Click Next to attempt another question.

23 Chapter 25 Chapter Review You have answered the question incorrectly. Go back to try again, or click Next to view the correct answer.

24 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. Correct! A bacterial STD that usually affects mucous membranes is gonorrhea. Click Next to attempt another question.

25 Chapter 25 Chapter Review You have answered the question incorrectly. Go back to try again, or click Next to view the correct answer.

26 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. Correct! HIV is the virus that attacks the immune system. Click Next to attempt another question.

27 Chapter 25 Chapter Review You have answered the question incorrectly. Go back to try again, or click Next to view the correct answer.

28 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. Correct! Being infected with HIV does not necessarily mean a person has AIDS. Click Next to attempt another question.

29 Chapter 25 Chapter Review You have answered the question incorrectly. Go back to try again, or click Next to view the correct answer.

30 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. Correct! The first test usually performed to screen for HIV antibodies in the blood is the EIA. Click Next to attempt another question.

31 Chapter 25 Chapter Review You have answered the question incorrectly. Go back to try again, or click Next to view the correct answer.

32 Chapter 25 Chapter Review A. Correct! The most common confirmation test for HIV in the United States is the Western blot. Click Next to attempt another question.

33 Chapter 25 Chapter Review You have answered the question incorrectly. Go back to try again, or click Next to view the correct answer.


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