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Influenza antigen

H & A
(Hemagglutinin and neuraminidase)

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All viruses are HAPLOID, except

Retrovirus

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All DNA viruses have double-stranded DNA, except

Parvovius

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All RNA viruses have single stranded RNA, except

Reovirus

5

All double-stranded DNA viruses are icosahedral, except

Poxvirus

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ALL DNA VIRUSES REPLICATE IN THE NUCLEUS, except

Poxvirus

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Most famous segmented virus

Influnza
(Orthomyxovirus)

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DNA viruses

Hepa Her Pox Papo Par Ad

9

EBV viruses

Burkitt's Lymphoma
Nasopharyngeal CA
B Cell Lymphoma
Hairy Leukoplakia in AIDS px

10

Primary Hepatocellualr CA

Chronic HBV
Chronic HCV

11

HHV-8

Kaposi sarcoma

12

Coxsackie A

Hand-Foot Mouth Disease
Herpangina

13

Coxsackie B

Pleurodynia
Viral Myocarditis
Pericarditis

14

Croup

Parainfluenza

15

B19

Erythema Infectiosum
Hydrops Fetalis

16

RSV

Bronchiolitis

17

DNA virus: Envelop

Herpes
Hep B
Small pox

18

Only DNA viruses replication

Smallpox

19

DNA non envelop

Parvovirus
Adenvirus
Papillomavirus

20

Most common cause of common colds

Rhinovirus

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Reverse transcription

Retrovirus

22

Plantar wartz
Strain?

Verruca plantaris
HPV 1, 2, 4 or 63

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Pleurodynia

Bornholm ds
(Coxsackie B virus)

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6th Disease

Roseola

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Exanthem subsitum

Roseola

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HHV Type 6

Roseola

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5th Disease

Erythema infectiosum

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Parvovirus B19

Erythema infectiosum

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Slapped cheek appearance
Lacy rash appearance

Erythema infectiosum

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Boiled lobster appearance rash

Scarlet Fever

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Circumoral pallor

Scarlet Fever

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Sensorineural deafness

Rubella

33

SARS

Coronavirus

34

Progressive Multifocal Leukoenceph

JC Virus

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Smallest Infectious Organism

Prion

36

Condylomata lata

Syphilis

37

Anterior Horn Cells

Polio

38

Trigeminal Root Ganglion

HSV-1

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Sacral Nerve Ganglion

HSV-2

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Dorsal Root Ganglion

VZV

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Fibroblast

CMV

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Largest and most complex of virus

Poxvirus

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Infections are characterize by a RASH

Poxvirus

44

Crisscross Pattern

Poxvirus

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Poxvirus: entire replication cycle takes place in

Cytoplasm

46

Most common cause post-transfusion hepatitis

Hep C

47

Active Hep Virus

Dane Particle

48

No carrier hepatitis

Hep A

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First to surface or be detected

HBsAg

50

Carrier state

HBsAg

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Immune state

HBsAb

52

Window Period (core)

HBcAg

53

Infectivity state

HBeAg

54

Tx of Hep B

Lamivudine

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Tx of Hep C

Ribavirin

56

Dependent on Hep B co-infection

Hep D

57

Salk-Sabin

Picomavirus
(Polio)

58

Aseptic meningitis

Echovirus

59

Colorado Tick Fever

Reovirus

60

Most common cause infantile diarrhea

Rotavirus
(Reovirus)

61

Viral Gastroenteritis

Norwalk Virus
(Calcivirus)

62

Post-auricular LAD

Measles

63

Microglia found in the brain (rabies)

Babes nodules

64

Lyssavirus

Rabies
(Rhabdoviridae)

65

Negri bodies

Rabies

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Hydrophobia in rabies due to

Laryngospasm

67

Bullet-shaped capsid

Rabies

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Earliest manifestation of rabies

Pain and tingling at bite site

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Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever

Filovirus

70

Lymphocytic choriomeningitis

Arenavirus

71

Sandfly Fever

Bunyavirus

72

California encephalitis

Bunyavirus

73

Crimean-congo hemorrhagic fever

Bunyavirus

74

Hantavirus

Bunyavirus
(Rodents)

75

Prion cause ds

Scrapie
Creutzfield Jacob Ds
Kuru
Gertsmann-Straussler-Scheinker
MNEUMONICS: SuCK & Ger

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Most common prion disease affecting man

Creutzfield Jacob Disease

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Spongiform Encephalopathy

Creutzfield Jacob Disease

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Rapidly progressing dementia
Startle myoclonus
Ataxia

Creutzfield Jacob Disease

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Prion cause ds

Scrapie
Creutzfield Jacob Ds
Kuru
Gertsmann-Straussler-Scheinker
MNEUMONICS: SuCK & Ger

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Most common prion disease affecting man

Creutzfield Jacob Disease

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Spongiform Encephalopathy

Creutzfield Jacob Disease

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Rapidly progressing dementia
Startle myoclonus
Ataxia

Creutzfield Jacob Disease

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Benign epidural tumor that occurs only in humans

Molloscum contagiosum