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Motility of the family Mycobacteriaceae

Nonmotile

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What is used to stain Mycobacteria?

Ziel-Neelsen
Auromine O stain

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Steps in Ziehl-Neelsen acid-fast staining

Carbol fuchsin (1° stain)
HCl (decolorizer)
Methylene blue (counterstain)

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Found in the cell wall of Mycobacteria that enables it to retain the carbol fuchsin stain

Mycolic acids

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Enumerate the bacteria that have mycolic acids in their cell wall in decreasing order of chain length

Mycobacteria
Nocardia
Corynebacteria

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True/False. Mycobacterium tuberculosis has an animal reservoir

False. M. tuberculosis is an exclusive human pathogen

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An animal pathogen that is closely related to M. tuberculosis that causes a disease in people that is indistinguishable from TB

M. bovis

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How is M. bovis acquired?

Ingestion of infected meat or milk

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MOT for M. tuberculosis

Aerosol droplets from coughing

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Common presentation of TB

Chronic pulmonary disease

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Nodular structure formed by macrophages, monocytes and neutrophils which triggers an immunologic response

Tubercle/granuloma

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Immunologic response to M. tuberculosis infection

Cellular immunity
Delayed-type hypersensitivity

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What can be seen in radiographs of disseminated or miliary TB?

"Millet seed"-like lesions

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Dissemination of M. tuberculosis organism to the liver, spleen, kidney, bone, brain, meninges, and other parts of the lung with further granuloma formation

Disseminated/miliary TB

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Skin test for the delayed-type hypersentivity for TB

PPD test

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Antigen reagent in the PPD test

Purified Protein Derivative

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Vaccine for TB prophylaxis

Bacillus Calmette Guérin (BCG) vaccine

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Drugs taken after a positive tuberculin test to prevent disease

Isoniazid (INH): 6-9 months
Rifampin: 4-9 months

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M. tuberculosis drug-resistance is due to

Mutation

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How are nontuberculous Mycobacteria acquired?

Environmentally acquired

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MOTT that is commonly associated with HIV-related systemic bacterial infection; pulmonary pathogen much like TB

M. avium complex (MAC)

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MOTT agent of pulmonary disease in compromised hosts (HIV-infected individuals)

M. kansasii

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MOTT agent that causes cutaneous disease from contact with contaminated water

M. marinum

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MOTT agent that causes cervical adenitis in children (contaminated raw milk, soil, daily products)

M. scrofulaceum

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MOTT that causes skin and soft tissue diseases in various hosts

M. fortuitum
M. chelonae
M. abscessus

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MOTT agent that causes leprosy

M. leprae

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Nontuberculous Mycobacteria commonly found in tap water

M. gordonae

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Is M. gordonae pathogenic or nonpathogenic?

Nonpathogenic

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Class of biosafety hood in dealing with AFB

Class 2

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Lab diagnosis of TB

- AFB visible by Ziehl-Neelsen or fluorochrome smears
- recovery by culture (gold standard)