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owl's eye
CMV
negri bodies
rabies
guarnieri bodies
variola
little pink wart-like tumors in HIV pt
molluscum contagiosum
cervical carcinoma
HPV 16 and 18
erthema infectiosum/5th disease
parvovirus B19
what binds to CD4
HIV
what binds to B2 microglobulin
CMV
what binds to complement factor C3
epstein-barr (EBV)
what binds to ACh receptors
rabies
the only dsRNA virus
Reo
the 3 non-enveloped RNA v's
PCR
picorna, calci, reo
cowdry bodies
herpes I and II
virus assoc'd with Norwalk agent
calcivirus
MCC diarrhea in kids
adenovirus
what virus lies dormant in the trigeminal ganglia
herpes I
what virus lies dormant in the dorsal root ganglia
varicella
what virus lies dormant in the sensory root ganglia of S2 and S3
Herpes II
Downey type II cells
EBV
4 segmented RNA v's
BORA
bunya, orthomyxo, reo, arena
koilocytic cells (on PAP smear)
HPV
burn patients / Cystic fibrosis patients
pseudomonas
pneumonia from air conditioners
legionella
whooping cough
bordetella pertussis
2 bact assoc'd w/unpasteurized milk
brucella, listeria (tumbling motility), Y. entercolitica
gastritis and ulcers
Helicobacter pylori
traveler's diarrhea
e coli (enterotoxic)
currant jelly sputum
klebsiella pneumoniae
MCC enterocolitis
salmonella enteritidis
only takes 1 to 10 bugs to make you sick!
shigella
stains bipolar/ causes buboes
Yersina pestis
rice water stools
vibrio cholerae and ETEC
intracellular G-ve inclusions in neuts
neisseria gonorrhoeae
dog/cat bite infection
pasteurella
needs factor X and NAD on media
haemophilus influenzae type B
rigid belly and rose spots on belly
salmonella typhi
undercooked or raw seafood
vibrio parahaemolyticus
seashell cuts you on the beach
vibio vulnificus
undercooked hamburgers
E coli 0157:H7
spaghetti and meatballs in microscope
malassezia furfur
rose gardener's disease
sporothrix schenckii
colored cauliflower lesions
chromomycrosis
bird or bat poo
histoplasma capsulatum
san joaquin fever
coccidioides immitis
IV drug abuse fungal endocarditis
candida albicans
pigeon poo
cryptococcus neoformans
broadbased buds/ double refractile wall
blastomyces dermatitidis
india ink
cryptococcus neoformans
MCC colds summer / fall
rhinovirus
dengue, st louis and yellow fever
flavivirus family
bullet-shaped virus
rhabdo
croup, colds in very young and old
parainfluenza virus
orchitis, parotitis, and pancreatitis
Mumps
hoof and mouth dz
vesicular stomatitis virus
MCC pneumonia in babies under 1
RSV
MCC cold winter and spring
coronavirus
yeast that's urease +
cryptocoocus neoformans
facultative intracellular parasite of the reticular endothelial system
histoplasma capsulatum
helical virus with HN and F spikes
Paramyxo
MCC of pneumonia in alcoholics
Strep pneumo (klebsiella 2nd)
epidemic keratoconjunctivitis
adenovirus
the most common cold virus
rhino
2 v's w/ neuroamidinase activity
mumps and influenza
MCC diarrhea in infants
rotavirus
reservoir for toga virus
birds
2 v's that cz pancreatitis
mumps, coxsackie B40
2 v's assoc'd w reye's syndrome
varicella, influenza
MCC meningitis in babies under 3 mo.
strep agalactiae or e coli
MCC meningitis in non-immunized kids 1-6 yo
Haemophilus influenzae, type B
MCC meningitis in immunized kids 1-6 yo
strep pneumo
MCC meningitis in military recruits / college dorm
neisseria meningitidis
MCC meningitis in HIV / immunocom
cryptococcus neoformans
MCC meningitis in adults
strep pneumo
MCC broncholitis in kids
RSV
MCC in UTI
E coli
3 czs of heterophilic-neg mono
CMV, toxoplasma gondii, listeria
2 spore formers
clostridia, bacillus
woolsorter's disease
bacillus anthracis
MCC bact pneumonia
strep pneumo
subacute endocarditis and dental cavities
strep viridans
sulfur granules in pus
actinomyces
fried rice and reheated food
bacillus cereus
meningitis in renal transplant pt
listeria
puncture wound entry, inhibits glycine and GABA
clostridium tetani
canned foods
clostridium botulinum
myonecrosis
clostridium perfringens
pseudomembranous colitis
clostridium difficile
ham, potato salad, custard
staph aureus
3 bact = Quellung test +
Neisseria meningitidis, H flu, Strep pneumo
painful chancre
haemophilus ducreyi
MCC viral pneumonia
RSV
predominant org in colon
Bacillus fragilis
trench mouth
fusobacterium
lyme disease
borrelia burgdorferi
weil's dz
leptospira
Q fever
coxiela burnetti
pneumonia in military recruits
mycoplasma pneumo
rocky mt spotted fever
rickettsia rickettsii (wrist to trunk rash)
trench fever
rochalimaea quintana
epidemic typhus
rickettsia prowazekii (trunk to periphery rash)
pneumonia in bird owners
chlamydia psittaci
has protein A for anti- opsonization
staph aureus
release endotoxin before cell die
neisseria menigitidis
the only ssDNA virus
parvovirus
only DNA v. w/reverse transcriptase
hepadnavirus
only DNA v. replicate in cyto
poxvirus
3 naked DNA
PAP - parvo, adeno, papova
infectious pt w hep B
Hep Be antigen
chronic active hepatitis
hepatitis Bs + Hepatitis e antigen
Ab's in window phase of Hep B
Hepatitis Bc and e (you SEE the Ab's C and E)
Rodent pee
arenavirus
hairy T cell leukemia
HTLV-I and II
DOC for RSV pneumonia
ribavirin
DOC for CMV retinitis / infxn
ganciclovir
DOC influenza A
amantidine
DOC HSV
acyclovir
DOC HPV
interferon alpha
foul green discharge and itchy vagina
trichomonas vaginalis
HIV pneumonia if CD4 < 200
PCP
teardrop or flaskshape ulcer
entamoeba histolytica
koplik spots/ worthin-finkeldy
ruboela (measles)
MCC viral myocarditis
coxsackie B
most prevalent v. infxn in US
varicella-zoster
only herpes to cross placenta
cmv
hepatitis w mortality in prego
hep e
the only diploid virus
retrovirus
anogenital warts
HPV 6 and 11
3 c's of measles
cold, corya, conjunctivitis
only v w/ its own ribosomes
arenavirus
leading cz of diarrhea in US
campylobacter jejuni
constant diarrea, mt stream
giardia
black puke
yellow fever (flavivirus)
mimics appendicitis
Yersinia entercolitica