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This deck will cover all the new zoonotic viruses that weren't already covered in another deck.

Carry on

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Let's start with rabies. Describe the structure

-ssRNA, enveloped, bullet-shaped, helical nuclear capsid

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Who carries rabies around?

1. bats
2. raccoons
3. skunks
4. foxes
5. coyotes

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Describe the pathophys of rabies virus?

Virus contains glycoprotein which binds to nicotinic acetylcholine receptors on postsynaptic membrane of NMJ.
Virus travels retrograde via peripheral nerves to dorsal root ganglia; affects pyramidal cells of hippocampus and Purkinje cells

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What sx will you get with rabies?

salivation, dysphagia (spasms in muscles of larynx/throat), muscle spasms, fever, acute encephalitis, uniformly fatal (untreated) with incubation of weeks/ months`

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Dx of rabies???

dFA of brain (direct fluorescence antibody stain).

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What will you see on Histo for rabies?

Negri bodies=eosinophilic cytoplasmic inclusion bodies (in pyramidal cells of hippocampus and purkinje cells)

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What do you do when you get bit by a bat and you're like OMG I'M GONNA GET THE RABIES WHATDOIDOWHATDOITDOWHATDOIDO

after bite in someone who was never vaccinated→ post-exposure anti-rabies vaccine and passive antibody (HRIG)

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What is the structure of Coronavirus?

+ssRNA, helical capsule

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What are the sx of Coronavirus?

Can cause:
1. acute bronchitis that leads to ARDS, 2. common cold
3. SARS

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Source of coronavirus

bats and other animals (civet) in Asian game market

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What is MERS-CoV?

MERS-CoV: Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus. Likely from camels, carried by bats

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How do you dx coronavirus?

antibodies to SAR confirmed with PCR

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Tx for coronavirus?

1. broad spectrum antibiotics
2. ribavarin
3. corticosteroids

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Where will you get Hendra virus?

flying fox bat, horses in Australia

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Where will you get Nipah virus?

Bat, pigs in Malaysia

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What kind of viruses are Hendra and Nipah virus?

Paramyxoviruses

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What can Nipah/Hendra virus cause?

Multisystemic vasculitis→ thrombosis, ischemia, and necrosis. Can lead to disease of brain (acute encephalitis), lung (pneumonitis) and spleen.

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Structure of Hantavirus? Genome?

-ssRNA, enveloped

Genome contains 3 RNA segments: L, M, S

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How is Hantavirus transmitted?

Inhalation of infected rodent excrement or direct contact through skin

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What does Hantavirus cause?

HFRS (hemorrhagic fever w/ renal syndrome) aka hantavirus disease =fever, HA, hemorrhage, acute renal failure.

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What can Sin Nombre virus cause?

HA, back/abd pain, fever, chills, nausea, blurred vision, HFRS, HPS (Hanta pulmonary syndrome**this syndrome is mostly caused by Sin Nombre virus, despite the name)

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How is Sin Nombre virus transmitted?

Inhalation exposure in the Four Corners region of US

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Tx for Sin Nombre?

Supportive

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What kind of virus is Sin Nombre virus?

Bunyavirus

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Strucutre of Flavivirus?

+ssRNA, enveloped, non-segmented

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Tell me some things about Japanese encephalitis (Caused by flavivirus)
1. Transmission
2. Dx?
3. Tx?

1. transmission involves culex mosquitoes, birds and pigs
2. Dx: serology
3. Tx: NONE WAH

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Are most infections by Japanese encephalitis super duper bad like you're gonna die today kind of bad?

No. No, it's actually usually subclinical. Relax, kid.

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There are two kinds of Yellow Fever (caused by flavivirus). Tell me about them.

1. Jungle form: natural reservoir of dz, cycle in non-human primates and forest mosquitoes. Humans incidentally infected when in jungle.
2. Urban form: transmitted between humans by Aedes aegypti mosquito.

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What are the sx of Yellow Fever?

1. chills
2. HA
3.f/n/v
4. “Black vomit” and liver dz→ jaundice
5. blood diarrhea
6. backache