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Flashcards in Lec 4-5 - Common Viral Infections Deck (21):
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cell killing and immunopathology contribute to disease blank

symptoms

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principal common cold virus

rhinovirus

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less common cold virus in the respiratory tract

coronavirus, adenovirus

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rhinovirus has no blank and is effective because it lasts in the environment

envelope

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rhinovirus uses canyon to dock using blank on respiratory epithelium to initiate the infection

ICAM 1

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rhinovirus replicates best at blank

33 degrees C

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paramyxoviridae has virus genomes that are blank, virion has virion associated blank, blank and blank on same glycoprotein envelope

non segmented negative RNA, transcriptase, H/N

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paraymxoviris examples

HPIV (croup), rsv, mumps, measles

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HPIV and RSV are usually either in the upper or lower respiratory tract but if it starts in upper and moves to lower it may be blank

life threatening

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measles and mumps are so dangerous because URT infection causes blank which becomes systemic

viremia

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croup has blank for treatment

nothing

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rsv is a blank with fever, cough, bronchiolitis, pneumonia

lower respiratory tract infection

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rsv is treated by blank for infants hospitalized with severe rsv infections, but no blank exists

ribavirin, vaccines

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most notable symptom of mumps are swelling and pain in blank

parotid glands

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two complications of mumps

orthitis (swollen nuts), meningitis

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infection stimulates blank which causes lifelong immunity for measles and mumps

igG

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mumps and measles vaccination requires this many doses

2

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complications of measles

encephalitis, pneumonia, blindness

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MMR vaccine is blank so not recommended for children with neuro problems or pregnant women

live attenuated

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incubation for measles and mumps

about 10 days

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symptoms of measles

fever, head cold, conjunctivitis, koplic spots inside cheek