Cardiolymphatic Micro Unit

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What type of animal commonly carries the bacteria that causes leptospirosis
The vector for B. recurrentis
The dog tick must feed for a minumum of _____ hours to transmit rocky mountain spotted fever
Acronym for multi-drug treatment for HIV
Effectiveness of which cell type is directly related to life span in HIV patients?
Causative bacteria in Murine (endemic) Typhus
Main vector for O. tsutsugamushi
The causative bacteria in leptospirosis is gram ____________.
Intermediate host for schistosoma
First line treatment for malaria
Rheumatic fever follows which infection?
Which condition has biphasic symptoms with the second phase including Weil's Disease
This disease is biphasic, causing first a local eschar then later a diffuse spotted rash
Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma is associated with which virus?
Main streptococcal species in subacute endocarditis
Genus and species of vector that transmits Babesiosis
Cytoplasmic vacuoles that Anaplasma and Ehrlichia grow within
This disease mostly affects neutrophils
Genus and species of protozoan that causes Toxoplasmosis
The main vector for A. phagocytophilum (genus)
This genus has an affinity for endothelial cells and therefore infections by this organism oftern cause vasculitis.
Plasmodium daughter cells are called..
Bacteria that causes leptospirosis
Brucella species carried by dogs
The causative agent of Louse-Borne Relapsing Fever
Tularemia is caused by this bacteria
Brucella species carried by cattle
Bacteria that causes Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Burkitt's Lymphoma is associated with which virus?
Causative bacteria in Louseborne (epidemic) Typhus
Genus and species of vector that transmits Lyme Disease
Which virulence factor in Y. pestis is responsible for destructive enzymatic activity directed towards the host
A rash seen with this disease starts on the trunk and moves outward
Change in the concentration of this ion activates the virulence factors in Y. pestis
This is a relapse disease caused by Rickettsiae that have remained dormant in reticuloendothelial cells
Skin lesions seen in subacute endocarditis
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This disease causes neutropenia and thrombocytopenia and has a slightly longer incubation period
Bacteria that causes rickettsialpox
Organism responsible for Lyme disease
The spotted rash in this disease does not affect the palms and soles
HTLV-1 has a tropism for which cell type?
Type of female mosquito that transfers malaria causing parasite to humans
Vector for bacteria that cause tularemia
The vector for B. hermsii (genus)
Gene that increases B. burgdoferi virulence by helping it evade the immune system
Genus of the parasite responsible for malaria
Schistosoma species that lives in the urinary bladder
This bacteria is extremely virulent even in very low numbers and is a potential bioterror weapon
Brucella species carried by goats and sheep
Virus that causes 'kissing disease'
This bacteria causes the plague
Infection by this genus can cause acute, painful cellulitis in 24 hours
This organism causes trench fever
Brucella species carried by swine
This condition causes interstitial pneumonitis
This Rickettsia virulence factor allows it to bud from endothelial cells and move to other cells without ever being exposed outside of a cell membrane
Classical symptom of HHV6 and HHV7 in children
This organism causes Q fever
Vector for R. typhi
Cell type thought to harbor HIV virus and transport it to secondary lymph tissue
Vector for E. chaffeenis (Genus and species)
Non-malignant, white/gray lesions on the tongue associated with EBV
Obligate intracellular parasites that require host-synthesized ATP
Plasmodium species responsible for 80% of malaria cases
Vector for R. rickettsii (genus)
Dormant plasmodium cells are called..
Marburg and Ebola viruses are which type of virus?
This genus has linear chromosomes and is highly motile
This form of plague is highly contagious via salivary droplets
The Brucella genus causes which condition in humans?
Vector for R. prowazekii
This organism is transmitted in its dry form in dust, especially in barnyards and slaughterhouses
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Shape of responsible bacteria for Lyme disease
Vector of the organism that causes the plague
Infection that causes elephantiasis
Co-receptor needed for HIV virus to enter cell.
Genus and species of protozoan causing Babesiosis
This disease causes a spotted rash that starts on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet
How long must the vector be attached for to transmit Lyme Disease?
Causative bacteria in Anaplasmosis
Non-painful macules seen in acute endocarditis
Prophylaxis with which drug greatly reduces risk of HIV infection following needle stick?
This condition causes bacillary angiomatosis
This disease causes neutropenia and thrombocytopenia and has a slightly shorter incubation period
Natural host of arena viruses
Causative bacteria in Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever
Which Brucella species is not transmittable to humans?
Bubonic plague causes what to become black and hemorrhage?
Healthcare workers in central Africa have a high infection rate of which virus?
Helminth that causes Lymphatic Filariasis
Junin, Machup and Lassa viruses are which type of virus?
Toxin that mediates Toxic Shock Like Syndrome (TSLS)
Definitive host and reservoir of toxoplasmosis
This is a potential causative agent for culture-negative endocarditis.
Causative bacteria in scrub typhus
A vector in which no parasite development occurs within the vector
Schistosoma species that lives in the descending colon
Plasmodium species that prefers RBCs of all ages
Causative bacteria of Human Monocytic Ehrlichiosis
Virus type that was confused with HIV early on and is associated with a rapidly fatal leukemia
A vector in which part of the parasite's life cycle occurs within the vector
Malaria treatment that is effective against dormant parasites
Schistosoma species that lives in the small intestine
Virulence factor B. burgdoferi uses to inhibit complement protein
Complication seen in 10-20% of people after treatment for Lyme Disease that includes lingering fatigue, muscle aches and joint pain
This organism causes cat-scratch fever
This zoonotic disease causes skin ulcers
Vector that transmits R. akarii

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