Micro final 24,27

anduong's version from 2015-06-02 20:33


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What is spirochete and rod shaped bacteriaGingivitis,Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis (ANUG)
What is Heliobacter pyloriheart valve damage, Heliobacter pylori gastritis, stomach ulcer
What is mumps virusstiff neck & headache, migrate to the brain, cause meningitis, transmissible 7 days before symptoms occur
What is common mechanisms of pathogenesis of intestinal pathogensInvation of cell damage elicits a strong inflammatory response that also contributes to intestinal pathology
What are Shigella, E.coli, V.cholerabacteria cause various type of dysentery
What is Samonella entericaSalmonella Gastroenteritis, type III secretory system, NOT ADVISED with treatment with antimicrobials
What is Clostridium difficileanaerobic, patients on antibiotic therapy, pseudomembranous colitis,
What is Rotovirus25% traveler's diarrhea, diarrhea lasting 5 to 8 days, cells death in the upper small intestine, damaged lining failed to absorb fluids, , Rotoviral Gastroenteritis
What is Norovirus24 hr version, diarrhea lasting 12 to 60 hours, same as rotovirus but low infection dose ~10 viral particle, stable and resist many sanitization methods, Norovial Gastroenteristis, NORWALK virus
What is Picornavirus HAVfecal oral transmission, 3-5 weeks, inactivated vaccine, Naked single stranded RNA
What is hepadnavirus HBVEnveloped, double stranded DNA, subunit vaccine, 6-23 weeks, cirrhosis and cancer
What is flavivirus, HCVVaccine in 2014, eveloped, single-stranded RNA
What is Giadia Lamblia protozoa75% of traveler's diarrhea, a pear-shaped protozoan with 2 nuclei, the most commonly identified waterborne illness in the US, low infectious dose
What is skin or mouth normal microflorasubacute bacterial endocarditis (SBE),
What is Francisella tularensislesion in the lungs, Tularemia (ulcer), hunter risk, skinning rabbits, tularemia is CLASS A BIOTERRORISM agent, non-communicable
What is Yersinia pepstisPlague, black plgue, bubonic plague, transmiteed PERSON TO PERSON in respiratory droplets
What is Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)treatment by acyclovir, spread by saliva, fever, sore throat, Infectious mononucleosis ("mono")
What is yellow fever virusmosquito bites, jaundice, black vomit, , destroying liver cells
What is Dengue virusoccurs in children under 15 years old, transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes, asymptomatic in the first time, symptomatic in the second times, Dengue fever, blood clotting and DIC
What are Ebola viruses and marburg virusHemorrhagic fever, 50-80% death rate
What is Plasmodium sp. protozoaANOPHELES MOSQUITO reservoir, violent chills, fever alternating with feeling healthy, spleen enlarge b/c or removing large amounts of foreign material and abnomal blood cells, infected blood red blood cells stick to each other and to walls of capilaries, , quinine family medication, malaria
What is lymphangitisRed streak extending up the arm
What are toxic, alteration host cells, invasionmechanisms of pathogenesis of intestinal pathogen.

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