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Flashcards in NBS Microbiology- Viruses and Prions- Digestive Deck (10):
1

This viral pathogen is a member of the paramyxo family and is expressed with orchitis (males) or oophoritis (females):
A. Norovirus
B. Respiratory synctial virus
C. Rotavirus
D. Mumps virus

Mumps virus

2

Which member of the picorna family is a digestive pathogen?
A. Hepatitis A
B. Coxsackie
C. Echovirus
D. Rhinovirus

A
HEP A

3

T/F: Hepatitis A, B and C all have the same viral family

False
all are different

4

This digestive pathogen is a member of the Reo family and is the most common in childhood diarrhea:
A. Hepatitis B
B. Rotavirus
C. Norovirus
D. Hepatitis C

Rotavirus

5

This type of hepatitis causes infusion hepatitis and is associated with the flaviviridae family:
A. Hepatitis B
B. Hepatitis A
C. Norovirus
D. Hepatitis C

Hep C

6

Hepatitis A is most commonly passed along via:
A. Aspiration
B. Vomiting
C. Oral Fecal
D. Kissing

Oral fecal

*must wash hands after you go to the bathroom and before you eat

7

This digestive pathogen is expressed with lethargy, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea:
A. Mumps virus
B. Rotavirus
C. Norovirus
D. Hepatitis A

C
Norovirus

*more common in adults

8

This Hepatitis is associated can be acute or chronic and involved with the blood?
A. Hepatitis B
B. Hepatitis A
C. Norovirus
D. Hepatitis C

HEP B

B=Blood

9

What family is Norovirus involved in:
A. Caliciviridae
B. Hepadna
C. Reo
D. Paramyxo

Caliciviridae

10

What type of Hepatitis is less virulent?
A. Hep C
B. Hep A
C. Hep B

Hep A