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Viral genome is made up of

DNA

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Common to produce latent infections

Herpesviridae family

3

Small mouth ulcerations associated with fever and malaise

Primary herpetic gingivostomatis (primary lesion)

4

Lip ulceration

Herpes labialis

5

Type of herpes simplex virus found in oral cavity

Type I (CN V)

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Lesions associated with type I herpes simplex virus (2)

Primary herpetic gingivostomatis (primary lesion)
Herpes labialis (secondary lesion)

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Herpes simplex virus found in genitals and dormant to ______

Type II
Sacral ganglia

8

Varicella zoster virus is dormant in

Posterior root ganglia of spinal cord

9

Epstein barr virus is associated with (5)

Burkitt’s lymphoma
Infectious mononucleosis
Hodgkin’s lymphoma
Hairy leukoplakia
Nasopharyngeal carcinoma

BIHHN

10

Dse that has african endemic variant and B lymphocyte malignancy

Burkitt’s lymphoma

11

Dse transferred through saliva

Infection mononucleosis

12

Hodgkin’s lymphoma histologic appearance

Reed sternberg cells

13

White patches on tongue

Hairy leukoplakia

14

Carcinoma on the nasopharynx

Nasopharyngeal carcinoma

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Causes of varicella zoster virus (2)

Chicken pox
Shingles

16

Human herpes virus 8

Kaposi’s sarcoma

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One of the largest and most complex virus known

Smallpox/variola

18

Hx inclusion bodies of small pox

Guarneri bodies

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Adenovirus causes (3)

Pharyngitis
Pneumonia
Conjunctivitis

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Causes wart and cervical cancer

human papilloma virus

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Smallest double stranded DNA virus

Hepadnavirus (hepa B virus)

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Incubation period of hepa B

6-8 weeks

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In hepa B it uses ______ that allows viral replication

Reverse transcriptase

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Viral antigens of hepa B

HBsAg
HBcAg

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Hepa B surface antigen
Detected in serum during blood test

HBsAg

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Hepa B core antigen

HBcAg

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Hepa B surface antibody

HBsAb

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Only hepatitis virus that has DNA genome

Hepa B

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Hepa that is parenteral and get through sexual contact

B
C
D

30

Hepatitis acquired fecal-oral

A
E

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Virus of hepa A

Picornavirus

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Virus of Hepa C

Flavivirus

33

Virus of Hepa D

Delta virus

34

Virus of hepa E

Calcivirus

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Rabies virus
Hx intracytoplasmic bodies:______
Transmission:_______

Rhabdoviridae
Negri bodies
Rabid animal bite

36

Picornaviruses (3)

Poliovirus
Rhinovirus
Coxsackie virus

37

Virus that affects anterior horn of spinal cord - for motor

Poliovirus - poliomyelitis

38

Transmission of poliovirus

Fecal to oral

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Ulcers in post of oral cavity

Herpangina

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Ulcers in oral cavity, hands and feet

Hand foot mouth dse

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Coxsackie A is associated with 2 dses

Herpangina
Hand fouth mouth dse

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Affects internal organs

Coxsackie B

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Types of paramyxoviruses (3)

Rubeola
RSV
Mumps

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Swelling of parotid gland (parotitis)

Mumps

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Associated with koplik spots

Rubeola

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Complication of mumps (2)

Orchitis
Oophoritis

47

Togaviruses

Rubella or german measles

48

Complication of rubella or german measles

Congenital defects (deafness or microcephaly)

49

Most common cause of gastroenteritis in children

Rotavirus

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Attacks bone marrow cells resulting to leukopenia and thrombocytopenia

Dengue virus

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Capillary fragility test

Tourniquet test

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Virus that attacks liver resulting to yellowing of skin
Hx inclusion bodies :______

Yellow fever

Councilman bodies

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Virus causes microcephaly and encephalitis

Zika virus

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RetroVirus that causes AIDS

Lentivirus

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RNA blot test

Northern blot

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DNA blot test

Southern blot

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Detects HIV proteins

Western blot

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Common viral infections with maculopapular rash and blisters (4)

Smallpox
Chickenpox
Measles
Rubella

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Lesion containing pus

Pustules

60

Elevated skin >1cm

<1 cm

Nodule

Papule

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Fluid filled lesion <5cm

>5cm

Vesicle

Bullae

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Paramyxoviruses (3)

RSV
measles mumps

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Orthomyxovirus

Influenza

64

Togavirus

Rubella

65

Retrovirus

HIV

66

Herpes virus (4)

Cytomegalovirus
Epstein barr virus
HSV 1
HSV 2

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Virus with kissing dse (2)

Epstein virus
Cytomegalovirus

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Hx appearance of cytomegalovirus

Owl’s eye

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Complication of shingles

Permanent paresthesia

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Other name of hepa B

Serum hepatitis
Dane particles

71

Virus that uses reverse transcriptase (2)

Hepa B - if DNA
HIV - RNA

72

Most difficult MO to be eliminated in sterilization (2)

Hepa B
Spore

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Incubation period of Hepa A

2-6 wks

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Bullet shaped virus

Rhabdoviridae

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2 dse associated with coxsackie A virus

Herpangiana
Hand foot mouth dse

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Herpangiana aka

Summer illness

77

Influenza virus is in what family

Orthomyxovirus

78

Tx for influenza virus

Amantadine
Rimantadine

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Rubeola aka

Measles

80

Rubella aka

German measles

81

Inflammation of testis

Orchitis

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Inflammation of ovary

Oophoritis

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Tx for mumps

None self limiting dse

84

Vaccine for dead virus

Salk vaccine

85

Vaccine for alive but weakened virus

Salbin (salba)

86

Causes adult viral pneumonia and flu

Influenza virus

87

Vector of flaviviruses

Aedes aegypti