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Viruses that cause massive destruction of cells (2)
Influenza virus
Adenovirus
Viruses that cause little or no mucosal damage (2)
Rhinovirus
Coronavirus
What does PCR actually detect?
Viral nucleic acid
Viruses that have multiple reinfections (3)
RSV
Coronaviruses
Parainfluenza
Viruses that can cause Croup
RSV, Parainfluenza, Influenza
Viruses that can cause SEVERE pharyngitis (2)
Adenovirus
EBV
Virus that causes 20% of cases of conjuctivitis
Adenovirus
Viruses that cause fever WITHOUT respiratory symptoms (2)
Adenovirus
Enteroviruses
Virus associated with Roseola
HHV-6
Virus associated with Measles
Rubeola
Virus associated with Erythema Infectiosum (5th's)
Parvovirus B19
Notable clinical entity that enteroviruses do NOT cause
Gastroenteritis
Viruses associated w/ Myositis (2)
Enterovirus
Influenza
Viruses assoc. w/ Myocarditis/Pericarditis (2)
Enterovirus
Adenovirus
Virus associated w/ Gingivostomatitis in kids
HSV-1
Virus primarily associated w/ genital herpes
HSV-2
Virus primarily assoc. w/ Herpes Labialis
HSV-1
Viruses usually assoc. w/ Viremia (5)
Adenovirus
Enterovirus
EBV
Exanthem viruses
Arboviruses
Viruses which are usually NOT assoc. w/ Viremia (3)
Respiratory viruses
Gastroenteritis causing viruses
Herpes Simplex