Flashcards in Module 25 ch 4 start on pg 50 Deck (44)
Hepatitis C is spread by which route?
The incubation period for Hep C is?
You are communicable starting at ____symptoms occur with Hep C
Is there a Carrier State with Hep C?
Is there a Vaccine for Hep C?
Transmission of Hep C _____ occurs from mucous membrane exposure to blood
Which Hep strain can only cause infection if in the presence of HBV?
Hep D occurs particularly with ___ and ____users
Transmission of Hep D is by what route?
direct exposure to contaminated blood and serous body fluids
Is there a vaccine for Hep D?
yes- getting Hep B vaccine
The ______ is endemic worldwide
Herpes viruses travel along ___ pathways to specific _____
_____ travels to the trigeminal ganglion?
_____ causes herpes labialis (cold sores)
EBV or ______ causes?
Epstein Barr Virus HHV$
hairy leukoplakia (oral)
HHV4 or ____ causes chicken pox/shingles
Kaposi's sarcoma KSRV
HSV2 goes to the _______, _____, and ____ ganglia
Human herpesviruses occur in ____ _____with relatively high prevalence
What 2 Herpesviruses have an association with higher levels of periodontal bacteria?
up to __% of adults have antibodies to HSV-1
Antibodies do not guarantee immunity to HSV-1?
Anti-HSV is present in the _____fluid
Acute herpetic ____ is the most common pattern of symptomatic primary herpetic infections
Full-blown gingivostomatitis can also affect the?
HSV-1 can become HSV-2 and vise-versa
pain, burning, and tingling sensations occur _____ to _____hrs before a HSV-1 lesion occurs
What is the herpetic infection of the fingers