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Class 10 Class 12

Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) is considered safe up to have many weeks of pregnancy?

  • Twelve weeks

  • Eighteen weeks

  • Six weeks

  • Eight weeks


A.

Twelve weeks

Intentional or voluntary termination of pregnancy before full term is called medical termination of pregnancy (MTP) or induced abortion. MTPs are considered relatively safe during the first trimester, i.e., upto 12 weeks of pregnancy. Second trimseter abortions are much more risker. 

Intentional or voluntary termination of pregnancy before full term is called medical termination of pregnancy (MTP) or induced abortion. MTPs are considered relatively safe during the first trimester, i.e., upto 12 weeks of pregnancy. Second trimseter abortions are much more risker. 


Which of the following is not a sexually transmitted disease?

  • Syphills

  • Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)

  • Trichomoniasis

  • Encephalitis


D.

Encephalitis

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) or venereal disease includes syphillis (T. pallidum), AIDS (HIV) and trichomoniasis (T. vaginalis)! Transmission of STDs occurs through direct contact with blood, body fluids etc.
Encephalitis is an acute inflammation of brain caused by bacterial, viral or other pathogens. No direct transmission through body fluids is essential as its is not as STD.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) or venereal disease includes syphillis (T. pallidum), AIDS (HIV) and trichomoniasis (T. vaginalis)! Transmission of STDs occurs through direct contact with blood, body fluids etc.
Encephalitis is an acute inflammation of brain caused by bacterial, viral or other pathogens. No direct transmission through body fluids is essential as its is not as STD.


Hysterectomy is surgical removal of 

  • uterus
  • prostate gland

  • vas deference

  • mammary glands


A.

uterus

Surgical removal of uterus is Hysterectomy. It is complete or partial removal of uterus or uterine body, rendering the patient unable to bear children. 
Surgical removal of prostate gland is called prostatectomy. Vasectomy is the surgical process of tiging up a portion of vas deferens, as a method of contraception.
Mammectomy is the removal of mammary glands.

Surgical removal of uterus is Hysterectomy. It is complete or partial removal of uterus or uterine body, rendering the patient unable to bear children. 
Surgical removal of prostate gland is called prostatectomy. Vasectomy is the surgical process of tiging up a portion of vas deferens, as a method of contraception.
Mammectomy is the removal of mammary glands.


Which one of the following is the most widely accepted method of contraception in India, as at present?

  • Tubectomy

  • Diaphragms

  • IUDs (Intra Uterine Devices)

  • Cervical Caps


C.

IUDs (Intra Uterine Devices)

At present, the most widely accepted method of contraception in India is IUDs (Intra Uterine Devices). These devices are effective and popular. These devices are inserted by doctors and expert nurses in the uterus through the vagina.

At present, the most widely accepted method of contraception in India is IUDs (Intra Uterine Devices). These devices are effective and popular. These devices are inserted by doctors and expert nurses in the uterus through the vagina.


At which stage of HIV infection does one usually shows symptoms of AIDS?

  • When viral DNA is produced by reverse transcriptase

  • When HIV replicates rapidly in helper T- lymphocytes and damages large number of these

  • With 15 days of sexual contact with an infected person

  • When the infecting retrovirus enters host cell


C.

With 15 days of sexual contact with an infected person

HIV enters into T -lymphocytes replicates and produces progeny viruses. The progeny viruses released in the blood other helper T-lymphocytes.This is repeated leading to a progressive decrease in the body of the infected person. During this period, the person suffers from bouts of fever, diarrhoea and weight loss. The person starts suffering from an infection.

HIV enters into T -lymphocytes replicates and produces progeny viruses. The progeny viruses released in the blood other helper T-lymphocytes.This is repeated leading to a progressive decrease in the body of the infected person. During this period, the person suffers from bouts of fever, diarrhoea and weight loss. The person starts suffering from an infection.