Flashcards in Microbiology systems Deck (113)
What are the TORCHeS infections?
Chorioretinitis +hydrocephalus + intracranial calcifications in a neonate =?
PDA + cataracts + deafness + blueberry muffin baby = ?
Hearing loss + Szs + petechial rash + blueberry muffin rash in a neonate =?
Encephalitis + herpetic lesions in a neonate = ?
Hydrops fetalis or notched teeth, saddle nose, saber shins = ?
What is the cause of hand-foot and mouth disease?
coxsackievirus type A
vasicular rash on palsm and soles, with vesciles and ulcers in the mouth = ?
hand foot and mouth disease (caused by coxsackievirus type A)
what is the cause of roseola?
What are the symptoms of roseola?
macular rash over the body after a fever/
What is the virus that causes fifth disease (slapped cheek syndrome)?
What is virus that causes measles?
rash that begins at the head and moves down = ?
Rubella (german measles)
What are the three C's of measles?
erythematous, sandpaper like rash with fever and sore throat = ?
Scarlet fever (caused by strep pyogenes)
vesicular rash that begins on the trunk and spreads outward with lesions at different stages = ?
VZV (chicken pox)
rash the begins distally, spreads proximally, and evolves all at the same time = ?
What is the virus that causes smallpox?
What causes chancroid?
What causes condylomata acuminata?
HSV-6 and 11
What causes genital herpes (which serotypes of the herpes virus?
Painless chancre = ?
Primary Syphilis (treponema pallidum)
Fever + lymphadenopathy + skin rashes + condylomata = which STI?
Gummas + Argyll Robertson pupil = ?
Vaginitis + strawberry cervix + motile in wet prep = ?
What are the two most common causes of PID in order?
What is Hugh-Curtis syndrome?
Infection of the liver capsule and violin string adhesions of the peritoneum to the liver
What is the major nosocomial risk factor for an infection with candida albicans?
What is the major nosocomial risk factor for an infection with CMV or RSV?
Hospitalization in newborn nursery