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Lyme disease: this is the first step of sensitive testing
These three diseases can be transmitted by hard shell ticks
Pathogen: gram -, rods, bipolar staining
relapsing fever is due to this borrelia
Diagnosis: Areas of multiplication are characterized by necrosis or granuloma production
This disease is caused by a facultative intracellular parasite, can affect the eyes, lungs, blood, and gi, caused by gram - rods
Virulence factor: antiphagocytic part of plague
This pathogen is a spirochete
septicemic plague is notably absent of
You would use microscopy during a febrile period to diagnose this borrelial infection
contact dependent secretion, forms pore in eukaryotic cell membrane, injects toxic proteins directly into eukaryotic cells
Pathogen: gram -, coccobacilli,
Lesser virulence factor of lyme disease, causes autoimmune response and antigenic variation
Lyme disease, second stage: early dissemination can result in abnormalities of these two systems
treatment: 2 drugs for tularemia
this family of tick is the vector for rickettsii
Lyme disease: this second test is more specific
Pathogen: tularemia
cultures of this bacteria are highly infectious
most common form of tularemia 75% cases, low mortality
treatment: 2 drugs for plague
Diagnose: in a gram stain, you find bipolar stained rods
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a deer fly can transmit this disease
wild rodents are responsible for this cycle of the plague
the diagnostic rash of lyme disease, bull's eye appearance, usually nontender and indicative of first stage infection
Diagnose: preferentially infect endothelial cells lining the small blood vessels
YOP
Diagnose: fever, rash, previous tick bite are important to diagnosing
When injected by plague, these proteins can have a cytotoxic effect.
treatment: relapsing fever
Pathogen: gram -, coccobacilli, obligate intracellular, thin murein layer
higher incidence of Lyme disease occurs at the end of this season
Pathogen: lyme disease
major virulence mechanism of relapsing fever
tularemia's anti phagocytic component
dark discoloration, black death describes this type of plague
major virulence factor of lyme disease, causes inflammation
Injected YOPs suppress production of ______, interfering with immune system messaging
Diagnose: male died while carrying out an autopsy on a mountain lion, flu like symptoms first
For RMSF, this is the most rapid and specific diagnostic assay
treatment: ricketts
These are two virulence factors important for dissemination of the plague bacteria
Diagnose: this disease causes increased vasculitis, thrombosis, and vascular permeability
For RMSF, this is the most frequently used way of measuring rising antibody titer by the first week of illness
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this test is recommended for later stages of Lyme disease
During Direct immunofluorescence, F1 antigen is a sign of this virulence factor in plague
Plague endotoxins can cause this kind of shock
Diagnose: sudden onset, nonspecific flu like, later rash, petechial, hemorrhageic, first on extremities, spread centripetally to the entire body
For RMSF, this process detects bacteria in the skin biopsy of the rash
This is the leading vector borne disease in the US
this type of plague is highly contagious
Def: piece of dead tissue that is about to slough off the surface of the skin
Diagnose: a facultative intracellular pathogen infects reticuloendothelial organs, multiplies in macrophages,
treatment: 2 drugs for lyme disease
Diagnose: man touched dead rabbits, fever, muscle aches, dry cough, small gram negative rods
this family of ticks is the vector for lyme disease
Pathogen: rocky mountain spotted fever
Def: hemorrhagic suppurative lymphadenitis
late lyme disease is shown with fluctuating _________, including joint pain
infection caused by the transmission of microorganisms that naturally live in animals
Pathogen: plague
RMSF prefers to infect this type of cell
A flea bite can cause transmission of this disease
In plague, this virulence factor prevents opsonization and phagocytic migration

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