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Intestinal Infection caused by Adult stage Tapeworm where Humans are the Definitive Hosts who are Infected by Eating Undercooked Beef or Pork with Tapeworm Cysts

Taeniasis

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Tapeworm that Leads to Human Taeniasis when a Human eats Cysts in Pork leading to Adult Tapeworm in the GIT

Taenia Solium

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Salmonella ____ Causes Egg-Associated Salmonellosis that infects Healthy Appearing Hens and is Associated with eating Raw or Undercooked Eggs

Enteritidis

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Epidemiology aimed at Identifying and Determining the Strength, Importance, and Statistical Significane of Associations between Exposures and Outcomes

Analytical

*Associations

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Which of these correctly describes a Very Specific Test

A. many true positive test results

b. many true negative test results

c. few true positive test results

d. few true negative test results

Many True Negative Test Results

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Carcass that is Acceptable for use as Human Food

Passed

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Primary mode of Transmission of Rotavirus

Fecal-Oral

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Parasite Transmitted to Humans via Ingestion of Infected Animals that leads to Cyst formation in muscle

Trichinella Spiralis

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Individual who Found the Source of Cholera Outbreak in 1854 as water from a Street Pump who associated Water from the Pump with Disease without Knowing anything about Bacteria

John Snow

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When Humans eat the Eggs of this Tapeworm, Cysts can form in the Brain leading to Neurcysterercosis

Taenia Solium

*Human Cystercercosis

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Most Prevalent Virus on Cruise Ships

Norovirus

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Model for Representing Component causes resulting in Disease where Each complete Pie is a set of Component causes that is Sufficient to cause Disease 

Rothman's Pies

*Ken Rothman

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The proportion of Non Diseased Animals that the Test correctly Classifies as Negative

Specificity

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True/False: Federal Meat Inspection Act Requires Meat Processing Plants to be under Daily Inspection

True

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Main Reservoir of Staphylococcus Aureus

People

*Skin and Nose of Many Healthy People

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A component Cause that is a Member of Every Sufficient Cause

Necessary Cause

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Inspection Needed to Transport Meat within a States Boundaries

State Inspection

*Intrastate ONLY

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Act that Requires Inspection of Poultry and Poultry Products that Ensures Poultry is Wholesome, not adulterated and Labeled Properly

Poultry Products Inspection Act

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Type of Pasteurization where Milk Flows through a Heated Tube with Carefully monitored Transit Time and Temperature leading to Less of a "Cooked" Flavor than Batch Pasteurization

Continuous-Flow Pasteurization

*aka High Temperature Short Time

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Picornavirus  that Replicates in the Liver that accounts for 90% of Viral Hepatitis Infections worldwide and the Majority of Infections are Asymptomatic

Hepatitis A

*Fecal-Oral Route

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Most Common Cause of Foodborne Illness World Wide

Norovirus

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Virus that has an Incubation of about 48 hours with duration of Illness up to 7 days that is very common in Children and Day Cares leading to Diarrhea

Rotavirus

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The only Non-Spore Forming Bacteria that causes Intoxication

Staphylococcus Aureus

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What type of Test produce a lot of False Positives

Low Specificity

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A Test with Poor Specificity produces a lot of False ____

Positives

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True/False: Cattle Carcass with Dark Firm Dry meat is Condemed 

False

*Carcass is downgraded and passed for Human Consumption

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Grade ___ Milk is Milk for liquid Consumption and any Interstate Commerce

A

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Carcass that can be used for Human Food with Restrictions: only if Heated, Cooked, Refrigerated ect. 

Restricted

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If You Own a Slaughter House in Florida and want to Sell Meat to a Slaughter Hourse in New York, Would you need State or Federal Approval?

Federal

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Anaerobic Gram Positive Spore forming Bacteria that is Found in Soil, Streams, Lakes, and Honey that is Transmitted when food is contaminated with the Spores

Clostridium Botulinum- Botulism