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the human herpesvirus type 1 causes oral, cutaneous, occular, and what infection?
genital
what percentage of genital herpes infections are caused by human herpesvirus type 2?
90 percent
what is the etiological agent of syphilis?
treponema pallidum
which defines the secondary phase of syphillis?
appearance of mucous patches
which of these products is used to treat syphilis?
Penicillin
in which location is a gonorrheal infection least likely to occur?
Hand
chickenpox is classified as a ___ disease
respiratory
tuberculosis is a ___ infection
lung
which course of action is recommended for a patient suspected to have active pulmonary tuberculosis?
immediately refer for medical evaluation and postpone all dental treatment
which herpesvirus is ordinarily asymptomatic in all adults but associated with cytomegalic inclusion disease in newborns?
type 5
human herpesvirus type 6 is linked to which infectious disease?
Roseola
The two main types of human influenza are:
type A and B
legionnaires disease is a:
pneumonia
Pontiac fever is a disease with symptoms that mirror:
the flu