Block 6 Infectious disease - Viral

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Second most common cause of the cold. URTI. SARS
microcephaly, cortical atrophy, limb hypoplasia, scars, hypo-pigmentation, blistering
new and old world encephalitis
MCC of respiratory hospitiliztions in children. Bronchitis/wheezing
Antiviral Tx. for Influenza A and B. Sialic acid analogue. Neuraminidase inhibitor.
HIV integrase inhibitor
MCC of cold. Fall and Spring
Mono in health adults. Splenomegaly. hemolytic anemia. significant LAD.
CNS disease, mosquitos, ticks fleas
Mild disease in healthy. Prenatal infx - deafness, cateract, cadiac problems
Tx. for Herpes vericella/zoster
Infection into already individually infected cells
Classic = fever vomiting, epigastric pain, black vomitis. Phase 1 - non specific febrile illness. remission and improvement. Phase 2 metabolic intoxification (hepatic/renal falure)
Cruise ships (cramped contained areas). Diarrhea 1-3 days in adults
Roseola, maculopapular rash (exanthems) looks like a thousand mosuito bites
Asians, native americns, pacific islanders. RNA intermediate. Diabtetics. Hepatocellular carcinoma. Sexually transmitted disease. Chronic infection
Karposi sarcomas in AIDS
Replicates in CD4 lymphocytes, delays appearance of AIDS
Military, Respiratory and Ocular symptoms (pneumonia and conjunctivitis. Dose not cause neoplastic transformation. Obesity
Cough, head cold, conjunctivitis. Koplik's spots (in mouth), Maculopapular erythematous rash
Two required drugs to tx HIV (NRTI) - alphabetical order
lassa fever
Hep B Tx. Drug 1 (alphabetical order)
break bone fever (joint pain) rash. Aedes agypti
Rhabdovirus. Bullet shapped. Negri body. Skunk
Fluctuating ALT, hepatocellular carcinoma. MCC of hepatitis in US. Cirrhoisis. Porphyria tarda
Hep B Tx Drug 2 (alphabetical order)
What polyomavirus causes ureteral stenosis
MCC of aseptic meningitis
Filovirus, Zaire, sudan, Ivory. Histological 'shepards hook' look. Hemorrhagic fever. Bats
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Causes the expression of antiviral genes. Treats Chronic hepatitis B and C, and HPV
Elevated ST. myocarditis, pericaditis. enterovirus
Subclass of Acyclovir that treats genital HSV
Atypical lymphocytes
Neuraminidase is to enter or exit the cell
Same as RSV, just a little older
Inceases Tax gene expression. Japan/Caribbean. Cutaneous leukemic infiltrate in the ear and skin. Adult T cell Lymphoma (ATL) Conifection with strongiloides
Type A or B cause ependemic flu
croup and stridor. Fall, spring. Flu like syptoms
Morbillivirus is also known by what common name
Drug 3 in chronic Hep C infection tx (alphabetical order)
Subclass of acyclovir that treats mucocutaneous HSV and Herpes Zoster
warts, cervical cancer
Viruses belonging to enterovirus (abreviation in alphabetical order)
High Alt.. Live stock. Waterborne.
Oral hairy leukoplakia.
disrupts p53.
California encephalitis, Lacrosse fever, aedes triseriatus
Massive swelling of the neck. Fever headache, pancreatitis,
HIV prophylaxis
What is the MCC of encephalitis in the US, seen in lower socioeconomic classes
4 corners/ sin nombre virus. pink frothy sputum
Dependent on hepatitis B for entry into cells. Coinfection/ superinfection. Replicates in nucleus
Acquired in childhood. Causes gingiostomatitis (inflammation of gums and tongue) keratitis (major cause of congenital blindness US) Whitlow (inflammation of digit) Encephalitis (MC
Hepatosplenomegaly, jaundice, sensorineural hearing loss, Owl eye inclusions
Infection with another virus
@ less then 200 count CD4
Chicken pox. Can (rarely) cause pneumonia.
What human herpes virus apears after puberty. skin lesions 'erythematous base with grouped vesicles'. STD
HIV protease inhibitor
Jaundice. Travelers illness. massive increase in ALT and AST. No chronic stage
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transmission is viral load dependent. initial presentation is fever, malasie, LAD, pharyngitis, diarrhea. GP120 utilizes CCR5 to fuse with target cell
activated by radiation, immune supression, age surgery. Runs along dermatomes
flacid paralysis. Destruction of the anterior horn
What is rubelavirus also known as
under what number of RNA copies is the HIV virus considered supressed
Severe diarrhea. First 3 years of life. Destruction of enterocyte, Varient = colorado tick fever
tick born encephalitis (japanese virus, west nile, st luise)
Hand foot and mouth disease. fever, rashes (papules), acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis
Paramyxoviruses (first four letters in alphabetical order)
cancerous strains of HPV (higher to lower without a space)
Orthomyxoviridea. Neuraminidase, hemagluttinin. Rhinorrhea, malaise, pharyngitis
Drug 2 in chronic Hep C infection tx (alphabetical order)
@ less then 50 cuont cd4
sandfly fever, rift valley fever
Drug 1 in chronic Hep C infection tx (alphabetical order)
@ less than 100 count cd4
Tx for HSV and Vericella. Guanosine analogue. DNA chain terminator.
umbilicated lesions. Skin to skin transmission. Look like skin tags
Hits oligodendrocytes. Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (hemiparisis, gait, speech, visual, cognition changes) demylinating disease. AIDS. Also ureteral stensos
orthopox. Disrupts the Basement membrane (scaring) all lesions look the same age
Tx for RSV. Guanosine analogue. Alters mRNA formation. Teratogen and causes Anemia. Hep C Tx.
Anviral Tx for influenza A only. Inerferes with uncoating. Resistance is through a mutation of M2. Side effect: hallucination
knock out of this gene conveys immunity to HIV
What specific virus cause PML
Tx for CMV infection (1 of 4)
'Slapped cheaks' Infx of RBC precursors. Chronic anemia, hydrops fetalis. also called fifths disease
Topica Tx for genital warts
Burkitts lymphoma - massive inflamation of face and jaw. Histologicaly lymphoma looks like a 'stary night'
Congo, ticks

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