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68 Cards in this Set

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Which virus family is dsDNA, enveloped and the largest viruses?
Which virus family causes smallpox and molluscum contagiosum in humans?
Which virus family produces lesions that progress through stages, from flat, reddened macules, to raised papules, to fluid-filled vesicles, and finally to pus-filled pustules, also known as pocks?
Macules, and papules are caused by which virus family?
Which virus family causes monkeypx and cowpox?
What virus is known as known also variola (major or minor)?
Smallpox (in Poxviridae family)
Which virus has been irradicated?
Smallpox (in Poxviridae family)
Smallpox is enveloped or naked?
Small pox is DNA or RNA?
DNA double stranded.
Molluscum is enveloped or naked?
Molluscum is DNA or RNA?
DNA, double stranded.
What virus produces smooth,waxy tumor-like nodules on face trunk and limb
Molluscum contagiosum (in Poxviridae family)
How is Molluscum contagiosum spread?
-contact with infected children
-genital form from sexual activity
Monkeypox belongs to which virus family?
Is it DNA or RNA?
Enveloped or Naked?
- Poxviridae family
- DNA double stranded
- enveloped

(causes swollen lymph nodes)
What are the 3 major forms of Herpesviridae?
Herpes simplex, varicella-zoster and Epstein-Barr
Is the Herpesviridae family DNA or RNA?
Is it enveloped or naked?
- DNA double stranded
- Enveloped
Which virus family is often latent but activated by aging, chemotherapy, immunosuppression, or stress?

(Herpes simplex, varicella-zoster and Epstein-Barr are examples of viruses)
Causes cold sores?
Herpes Simplex (HHV1)
Causes Fever Blisters
Herpes Simplex (HHV1)
Causes inflammed blisters through cracks in the skin of the fingers
Herpes Simplex (HHV1 & HHV2)
HHV-1 is common amoung adults or children? What about HHV-2?
HHV-1 is common amoung children

HHV-2 is common among young adults
Which virus enters the sensory nerve and can lay latent in the trigeminal nerve?
Herpes Simplex
Which form of Herpes Simples is the genital form?
How is Herpes Simplex transferred?
close body contact
What is Neonatal Herpes?
form of herpes simplex HHV-2, that infects two ways. 1.) Crosses the placenta 2.)Contact during labor with reproductive tract.
What is Herpes gladiatorum?
a form of herpes simples HHV-1, from contact of skin lesions during wrestling
Would Herpes gladiatorum be HHV-1 or HHV-2?
What is Herpes Gingivostomatitis?
a form of herpes that exends to the oral cavity.
Are Varicella-Zoster Virus Infections DNA or RNA? Enveloped or Naked?
- DNA double stranded
- Enveloped
What does Varicella-Zoster Virus cause?
Varicella or chickenpox
What virus causes chickenpox?
Varicella Virus
What virus causes Shingles?
Herpes Zoster Virus
What virus causes infected cells to get abnormally large and have inclusions.
How is Cytomegalovirus transmitted?
bodily secretions (ie. sexual intercourse, breastfeeding.)
Cytomegalovirus is DNA or RNA? Enveloped or Naked?
DNA double stranded
Which virus is HHV-3?
Varicella-Zoster Virus Infections
Which virus is HHV-4?
Epstein-Barr Virus Infections
Which virus is HHV-5?
Cytomegalovirus Infections
Which virus is HHV-6?

(faint pink rash and large lymph nodes)
Which virus is HHV-8?
Human Herpes Virus-8?

(associated with kaposi sarcoma)
How is Cytomegalovirus Infections transmitted?
bodily secretions
Which virus can be teratogenic by attacking Stem cells?
Cytomegalovirus Infections
Which virus causes a faint red rash called roseola?
Is Roseolovirus a DNA or RNA Virus? Is it enveloped or naked?
-DNA double stranded
Which virus can be linked to multiple sclerosis and make people more susceptible to AIDs?
Which virus is Associated with Kaposi sarcoma?
Human Herpes Virus-8 (HHV-8)
Papillomavirus Infection are DNA or RNA? Enveloped or Naked?

(associated with warts)
How are Papillomavirus Infections transmitted?
Transmitted through direct contact with fomites as well as through autoinoculation (spread from one area to another on a given person).
Which virus causes a range from tiny bumps to condylomata acuminate (giant cauliflower-like growth)?
Papillomavirus Infections
Which virus is associated with warts?
Papillomavirus Infections
Polyomavirus are DNA or RNA? Enveloped or Naked?

(associated with progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy [JC] and severe UTI [BK])
Which virus is associtate with progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy? What kind of infection is this?
-JC virus

-Polyomavirus infection
JC virus and BK virus are what kind of viral infection?
Polyomavirus Infections

(DNA & Naked)
Which viral infection depends on the individual’s immune system and if it can prevent a latent infection?
Polyomavirus Infections
If a person is immunosuppressed Polyomavirus establishes where in the body?
Which viral infection establishes itself in the kidneys, if the person is immunosuppressed and creates a latent infection.

(with BK and JC viruses)
Which virus is one of the causative agents of the common cold?

(Linear dsDNA, Naked)
How are Adenoviridae spread?
Spread via respiratory droplets.
What does adenoviridae cause?
Cause normal cold symtoms, but also can cause pink eye, and diarrhea.

(one of the causative agents of the common cold)
Which viral infection is partial single and partial dsDNA?
Which virus replicates through an RNA intermediary?
Hepadnaviridae --> HVB.

(in liver cells)
Which DNA virus is the only virus that causes hepatitis?
HVB (Hepatitis B)
How is HVB (Hepatitis B) transmitted?
Transmitted through needles, sex, and childbirth
What does HVB (Hepatitis B) cause?
Causes the typical Jaundice with bleeding into skin/organs and liver infection. Co-infection with Hep. D (HDV) increases the possible liver damage.
Rule of 9's in a chile
Head - 18
Chest - 18
Back - 18
Legs - 14 each 28
Arms - 9 each
Groin - 1
Which virus is the only human pathogen with a ssDNA genome?
Which virus is the smallest of DNA viruses (also is naked).
Which virus is Fatal in puppies.