RRC Group D Phase 3 Exam 2022

Human Disease Related Important Quetions For Group D Exam : The recruitment process for Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Group D posts to be conducted by Railways has been started and Phase 1 and Phase 2 examination has been concluded and Phase 3 will be conducted from 08 September to 19 September. And all the candidates who are going to take part in this exam, they should prepare well so that they can score good marks in the exam.

In such a situation, today we have brought important questions related to human diseases for Phase 3 exam on the basis of questions asked in Group D Phase 1 and Phase 2 exam through this article, all the candidates who have been enrolled for Phase 3 exam can All the candidates must go through this practice set to get good marks in the exam.

Human Disease Related Important Questions For Group D Exam
Human Disease Related Important Questions For Group D Exam

Human Disease Related Important Quetions For Group D Exam (Important Q&A)

Question: Malaria is caused by the country of …….

  • female anopheles
  • male anopheles
  • both male and female anopheles
  • none of these

Answer 1

Question. What do Plasmodium Germs produce?

  • Malaria
  • sleeping sickness
  • cholera
  • none of the above

Answer 1

Question. The mosquito which transmits the cold fever parasite is-

  • culex
  • female anopheles
  • male anopheles
  • aedus aegypti

Answer: 2

Question. What should be the relative humidity for human health and favorable climate in general?

  • 60 to 65%
  • 40 to 45%
  • 50 55%
  • 70 to 75%

Answer 1

Question. In which part of the human body ‘Pyorrhea’ disease occurs?

  • teeth and gums
  • pleura
  • small intestine
  • colon

Answer 1

Question. What is Hydrophobia?

  • Measles
  • rabies
  • Malaria
  • Tuberculosis disease

Answer: 2

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Question. Which of the following pairs are not correctly matched?

  • Joseph Lister – Treatment of Leprosy
  • Jones E. Salk – Vaccine Against Polio
  • Alexander Fleming – Discovery of penicillin
  • Edward Jenner – Vaccination against smallpox

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following diseases is caused by bacteria?

  • tuberculosis
  • Jaundice
  • chicken pox
  • mumps

Answer 1

Question. The most commonly used antibiotic is penicillin?

  • from algae
  • from bacteria
  • from fungus
  • by chemical means

Answer: 3

Question. What is the cause of tooth decay?

  • viral infections
  • polluted water
  • bacterial infection
  • for hereditary reasons

Answer: 3

Question. Antitoxin injection is given to prevent what?

  • tuberculosis
  • filariasis
  • typhoid
  • tetanus

Answer: 4

Question. Which of the following statement is incorrect?’

  • Sir Ronald Ross discovered the cause of malaria.
  • Vasco da Gama discovered the sea route to India in the 15th century.
  • Edward Jenner discovered the smallpox vaccine
  • Oxygen was discovered by Henry Cavendish.

Answer: 4

Question. Which disease cannot be cured?

  • myopia
  • parasbyopia
  • color blindness
  • farsightedness

Answer: 3

Question. Which of the following diseases is associated with severe loss of thinking and memory?

  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • anemia
  • SARS
  • renal failure

Answer 1

Question. Malaria disease affects?

  • to heart
  • to please
  • to the lungs
  • to the kidney

Answer : ?

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