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Gram positive rod, Causes acne and body odor

Corynebacterium diptheriae and propionibacterium acnes

2

Gram positive rod, non spore forming

Corynebacterium diptheriae and propionibacterium acnes

3

Causes folliculitis, furuncle and carbuncle

Staph aureus

4

Causes folliculitis from whirlpools and hot tubs

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

5

Virulence attributed to protein A, which prevents antibody binding

Staph aureus

6

Hyaluronidase, coagulase, staphylokinase, lipases and beta-lactamase is produced by

Staph aureus

7

Streptococcal impetigo is caused by

Group A streptococci or pyogenes/staph aureus

8

Causes acute glomerulonephritis

Group A strep pyogenes

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Erysipelas and cellulitis

Group A strep pyogenes

10

Has sharply demarcated borders and a deep crimson hue

Cellulitis and erysipelas

11

Toxin from staph aureus

exfoliatin

12

Red, wrinkly skin with large blisters and skin peels off

SSSS caused by exfoliatin

13

SSSS affects which age group

children under 5

14

Rocky mountain spotted fever is caused by

Rickettsia rickettsii

15

Which tick causes rocky mountain spotted fever

wood tick

16

Rash on palms, wrists, ankles and soles which then spreads

Rocky mountain spotted fever

17

Causes target shape and ARTHRITIS

Borrelia borgdorferi

18

First stage of lyme disease

Erythema migrans and enlarged lymph nodes, flu like symptoms

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Second stage of lyme disease

Paralysis of face, headache, fatigue, heart and nervous system

20

Third stage of lyme disease

Arthiritis, chronic nervous impairment

21

Gram negative bacilli that causes Cat Scratch Disease

Bartonella hensalae

22

Dangerous gram positive rod, spore former

Bacillus anthracis

23

Associated with hide/fur and can be dormant

Bacillus anthracis

24

Can be inoculated ingested or inhaled

Bacillus anthracis

25

Forms vesicular rings that rupture then turn necrotic

Bacillus anthracis

26

Looks like a bad sunburn with small bumps that starts on neck and face

Scarlet fever

27

Scarlet fever is caused by

Group A strep

28

Single stranded RNA virus of paramyxovirus family

Rubeola

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Replicated in respiratory, moves through lymph and replicated again in skin cells causing rash

Rubeola

30

Enveloped Double stranded DNA virus, brick shaped

Smallpox