#1. Most streptococci that contain cell wall antigens of Lacefield group A are known as - Streptococcus pyogenes #2. Members of streptococcus are almost always - beta hemolytic #3. S. progenes is ...
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#1. Outside of the host pathogenic treponemes are extremely - susceptible to a variety of physical and chemical agents #2. pathogenic treponemes may remain viable for up to - 5 days in tissue specim...
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#1. Viral Hepatitis - Inflammation of the liver; types A, B, C, D, and E; includes Epstein-barr, herpes, cytomegalovirus, coxsackie virus, and rubella; presents with antigens and antibodies; #2. ...
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#1. lipogenesis - the conversion of carbohydrates to fatty acids #2. lipolysis - the decomposition of fats #3. carbohydrates - the major food source and energy supply for the body stored primarily ...
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#1. active transport - a mechanism that requires energy to move ions across cellular membranes #2. anion - electrolytes with a negative charge that move towards the anode #3. anion gap - the differ...
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Clinical Medicine 216 - Female Pelvic Pain
#1. Patients with suspected gonorrhoea infection also should be treated for _________ infection. - Chlamydial #2. Patients with _________ genital lesions should be considered to have a sexually t...
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Clinical Medicine 216 - Imaging (final)
#1. _________ uses X-ray examination of the breasts for detection of tumours. - Mammography #2. Mammography takes around _________ minutes. - 30 to 45 #3. Powder, lotion, perfume, or deodorant can p...
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#1. Retroviruses contain a single - positive stranded RNA with the virus's genetic information and a special enzyme called reverse transcriptase in their core #2. Reverse transcriptase enables the ...
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#1. The definitive host of T gondii is the - house cat and certain other felidae. #2. domestic cats are a source of - toxoplasmosis because oocysts are often present in their feces. #3. Accidental i...
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#1. enzyme - Functional proteins that catalyze biological reactions; involved in all essential body reactions and found in all body tissues; found in serum following cellular injury or from degra...
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Amino Acids, Proteins and Non-Protein Nitrogen Compounds
#1. peptide bond - a chemical bond formed between the carboxyl group of one amino acid and the amino group of another #2. oligopeptide - amino acids combined into chains up to five #3. polypeptide...
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Immunology Chapters 13-16
#1. 1. Latex particles act as ______________________ in nephelometry. - a. antigen-coated reaction intensifiers #2. 2. Cryoglobulins are proteins that precipitate or gel when cooled to __________. -...
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Immunology Chapters 17-20
#1. Members of the Streptococcus pyogenes species are almost always ________-hemolytic. - Beta #2. A characteristic of necrotizing fasciitis is that it: is known as the “flesh-eating” bacte...
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EBP / EBM terminology & statistics (yeeeeeh!)
#1. Crosssectioneel onderzoek design - Bij transversaal (cross-sectioneel) onderzoek wordt ieder individu in een groep eenmaal en op hetzelfde tijdstip geobserveerd of gemeten. #2. Why is Cohen's K...
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