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1

Gold standard for dx of malaria

Giemsa stained thick or thin blood film

2

What 3 things characterize severe malaria

peripheral parasitemia >200,000 parasites/mcL

cerebral malaria

hypoglycemia

3

Fever every 3 days + sweats

Malaria

4

what type of anemia is associated with malaria

hemolytic anemia

5

6

What is the classic triad of congenital toxoplasmosis

chorioretinitis

intracranial calcification

hydrocephalus

7

what is neuro and cardiac manifestations of early disseminated lyme disease

bilateral bells palsy

AV block

8

What 3 manifestations in late disease or lyme

peripheral polyneuropathy

encephalopathy

migratory polyarthritis

9

Confirmatory serologic test for lyme dz

western immunoblot assay

(ELISA can also be used but not confirmed)

10

7 conditions that can cause a false positive for syphilis

IVDU

Lyme dz

pregnancy

SLE
TB
malaria

certain types of PNA

11

What is seen on tissue biopsy in CMV

owls eye inclusions

12

what can CMV cause in newborns (3)

hearing loss

seizures

petechial rash

13

what is the  most common congenital infection in the United States

Congenital Cytomegalovirus

14

Negri bodies (eosinophilic inclusion bodies in the cytoplasm of hippocampal nerve cells)

pathognomonic for RABIES- found in the brain of dead animals

15

what is the MCC of pancreatitis in kids

Mumps

16

What is seen in CSF of pts with Meningitis caused by mumps

increased lymphocytes and decreased glucose 

17

Only childhood viral exanthem that starts on the trunk -  spreading to the legs and neck.

Roseola (HHV6)

18

what viral exanthem is a/w Nagayama spots.

Roseola

19

5 sxs of congenital rubella

hearing loss, developmental delay, growth retardation, and cardiac and ophthalmic defects.

20

what is the duration of measles vs rubella

measles- weeks

rubella- 3 days

21

what is the classic triad presentation of Rubella

PDA, Cataract, and Sensorineural hearing loss.