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What diseases or organisms transmitted by direct contact/droplet (person to person)?
Tinea capitis
What diseases or organisms transmitted sexually?
Trichomonas vaginalis, non-gonococcal urethritis due to chlamydia, HIV, Hepatitis B
What diseases or organisms transmitted by food, soil, or water ingestion?
infant botulism, giardia lamblia, fish tapeworm, clonorchis sinensis, polio, cyclospora cyetanensis, trichinosis, whipworm, Hepatitis group A
What diseases or organisms transmitted by a vector (insect bite)?
Rickettsia rickettsii, human granulocytic ehrlichiosis
What diseases or organisms transmitted congenitally (across the placenta)?
rubella in newborn
What diseases or organisms transmitted by passage through the birth canal?
inclusion conjunctivitis
What diseases or organisms transmitted by contact with infected animals?
Bortonella henselae, Psittacosis
What diseases or organisms transmitted by endogenously (from person's own normal flora)?
Lumpy jaw, aspiration pneumonia due to fusobacterium, peritonitis due to bacteroides fragilis, vaginistis dur to candida albicans
What diseases or organisms transmitted by contact with infected soil/ penetration of skin?
tetanus, crytococcus neoformans, hookworm, sporothrix schenckii, histoplasmosis, dermatitis sue to schistosomes
What diseases or organisms transmitted bloodborne?
Hepatitis C, HIV, Hepatitis B