Medical Micro Final

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Chapters 20, 21, 24 & 25 Bacteria & major associated diseases
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Neisseria

Gonorrhea

Meningitis

2

Escherchia

EPEC - E. coli (enteropathogenic)

EHEC - E. coli O157:H7 (enterohemorrhagic)

3

Klebsiella

K. Penumonia

4

Salmonella

Typhoon Fever

5

Shigella

Shigellosis

6

Yetsinia Pestis

Bubonic Plague

Pneumonic Plague

7

Pasteurellaceae

Haemophilis Influenza B (Hib)

8

Barderella

Pertussis (whooping cough)

9

Bartonella Henselae

Cat scratch disease

10

Pseudomonads Aeruginosa

Infections in immunocompromised individuals due to breach in hosts defense barrier

11

Francisella Tularensis

Tularemia (Rabbit Or Tick Fever)

12

Legionella Pneumophilia

Legionaires’ Disease (Pontiac Fever)

13

Rickettsia Rickettsii

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

14

Chlamydia Trachomatis

Chlamydia

A-C - Trachoma (eyes)

D-K - STD

L1-L3 - Lymphogranuloma Venereum

15

Triponema Pallidum

Syphilis

16

Vibrio Cholerae

Cholera

17

Campylobacter Jejuni

Gastroenteritis

18

Helicobacter Pylori

Gastritis

19

Poxviridae Orthopoxvirus Variola

Small pox

20

Herpesviridae

HSV 1 - above the waist

HSV 2 - below the waist

HSV 3 - chicken pox & shingles

HSV 4 - mono & etiology with Hodgkins Lymphoma, cancer

HSV 5 - cytomegalovirus

21

Parvoviridea (B19 virus)

Erythema Infection (5th Disease)

22

Rhinovirus

Common cold

23

Poliovirus

Polio

24

Norovirus

Acute gastroenteritis

25

Flavaviridae Flavavirus

Yellow fever

26

Tagaviridae Togavirus Rubivirus

Rubella

27

Paramyxoviridae Rubulavirus

Mumps

28

Rotavirus

Infantile gastroenteritis