What is the rate of movement of the larva migrans in strongyloides (larva currens?)
Madura foot (Actinomycetoma) with grain color: white
Riettsialpox: bacteria and vector
R. akari & vector: mouse mite (Liponyssodies sanguineus)
Treatment for Rhinoscleroma
Tick vector for Boutonneuse fever
Treatment for African sleeping sickness
Suramin Or Pentamidine
Lymphogranuloma venereum is caused by which bacteria
Vector of Epidemic Typhus
Body louse (Pediculosis humanus var. corporis)
Fever, arthritis, ulceration of the site of the bite, associated with rash, acral distribution
Ratbite/Haverhill fever (streptobacillus moniliformis)
Tsetse fly - vector in sleeping sickness (African trypanosomiasis)
What do you add to amphotericin B to help treat crypto?
Describe the three leprosy reaction states and what you treat each with
Type 1 - reversal reaction (upgrading downgrading) - Steroids Type 2- E. Nodosum leprosum -Thalidomide Type 3 - Lucio reaction - vasculitis - Steroids
how many weeks after primary stage of syphilis does secondary stage happen?
The chronic stage of Oroya fever
First stage -indurated chancre, resolves, fevers, anular erythematous patches, posterior cervical lymphadenopathy, then second stage of daytime somnolence
Sleeping sickness (African Trypanosomiasis)
White islands in a sea of red
Another name for Frambesia
What does the hobo spider look like?
Herringbone striped pattern on the abdomen
Patient with TB gets a deep nodule over the cervical lymph node
Scrofuloderma (seen in a sensitized host with low immunity) *route is contiguous spread from underlying lymphadenitis
Most common organism causing Majocchis granuloma
what stage syphilis is the maculopapular rash?
What do you treat a Type II leprosy reaction state with?
Bacteria causing Oroya fever
Gram stain "school of fish"
Haemophilus ducreyi (Chancroid)
Treatment for Tinea Capitis
What causes MRSA to be resistant?
(PBP2a) Altered penicillin binding protein. Resulting from the mecA gene
Which deep fungal infection resembles molluscum in an HIV patient?
Name the four conditions associated with Bartonella infection
1.Ororya fever (fever, hemolytic anemia) 2. Cat scratch disease (lymphadenitis after cat scratch) 3. Bacillary Angiomatosis (lots of PGs, in HIV pts) 4. Trench fever (relapsing fever, sore shins, back pain, transient rash)
inflammatory skin plaque in the urinary tract which turns into a weeping or polypoid mass