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Small gram negative non-motile coccbacilli

brucella

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grows on erythiritol

brucella

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brucella positive for what chemiical tests

catalase and oxidase

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virulance factors for brucella

endotoxin, supression of ixygen killing in PMNs, inhibit killing within macrophaes and phagocytes

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disease that causes contagious abortion and sterility in animals

brucellosis

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causes an initial rise in IgM then IgG

brucellosis

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brucellosis spread in body

local abcess --> regional lymph nodes --> liver spleen, bone marrow and kidneys

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forms granulomas in infected tisses

brucellosis

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multiply within phagocytes of the RES

brucellosis

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flu like sx, anorexia, back pain, hepatosplenomegally and intermittent fever

brucellosis

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sx of brucellosis occur how long after infection

2-8 weeks

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complications of brucellosis infection

GI inflammation, other systmenic. common chronic fatigue and mental depression

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best human tissue to culture brucellosis

bone marrrow

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anibiotic for brucellosis

doxy, w/o stroptomycin or rifampin

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prevention of brucellosis

avoid unpastuerized milk, protective clothiing for slaughterhouse workers

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B quinana causes

trench fever

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B henselae causes

cat scratch fever

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b baciliformis causes

oroyo fever

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where do you find oroyo fever

peru, ecuador and colombia

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small gram negatve aerobic bacilli

bartonella

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vector is he body louse

trench fever

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sudden onset chills, relapsing fever, headache, and maculopapularrash on trunk and abdomen lasting up to a month

trench fever

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occurs in homeless chronic alcoholics in the US and france

trench fever

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most common cause of benign lymphademea in kids and young adults

cat scratch fever

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lyphadenopathy in upper part of body, skin rashes and inoculation papule

cat scratch fever

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antimicrobial for cat scratch fever

rifampin

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proliferative disease of small blood vessles seen in AIDS and other immunocompromised pts

bacillary angiomatosis

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purple-red nodular lesion consisting of proliferating vascular tufts, loose collagen stroma and PMN infiltrate

bacillary angiomatosis

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treatment of bacillary angiomatosis

erythromycin or doxy

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gram negative, nonmotile, non-spore forming coccobacilli

pasteurella

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virulance factor of pasteurella

encaspsulation prventing phagocytosis

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presnet in nasopharynx of cats, dogs, swine and rats

pasteurella

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infection from bites and licks from cats and dogs

pasteurella

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most common pathenogen from cat bites

pasterella

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localized cellulitus and lymphademitis leading to microabcesses and hemorragic lesions in lungs, meniges, joints and bones

pasterella

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focal soft tissue infection after animal bite, ot chronic resp infection, ot baceremia accompanied by metastatic lesions

pasteurella

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endocarditis is a complication of

pasteurella, erysipeilothrix

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ID'd in sputum, pus or SCF

pasteurella

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DOC for pasteurella

penicillin

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gram positive bacillis non-motile and non-spore forming

erysipeilothrix

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easilt culured from blood

erysipeilothrix

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distinguishes erysipeilothrix from listeria

catalase +

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found in swine and mucus of fish

erysipeilothrix

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local skin cellulitis, leading to multiple skin lesion, possible brain lesion, bone infection and chronic arthritis

erysipeilothrix

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DOC for erysipeilothrix

penicillin