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5 Matching Questions

  1. venules
  2. Toxoplasmosis
  3. neutrophils
  4. Puerperal sepsis
  5. Tularemia
  1. a caused by Protozoans; transferred by cats and their litter. Mild symptoms in children and adults, can cause fetal damage; treated pyrimethamine
  2. b small vessels that connect capillaries to veins
  3. c AKA- childbirth fever, strep infection of the uterus; tx with penecillin
  4. d caused by Frabcisella tularecis, symptoms: sores, swollen lymph nodes, septicemia, pneumonia; treatment: streptomycin
  5. e phagocytes (eaters)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. secrete histamine and heprine
  2. caused by Yersenia pestis, 2 different forms: Bubonic- swollen lymph nodes, septicemia, and death in 1 wk. Pneumonic: lung infection, septicemia, and death in 3 days. transferred by rats and fleas; treatment with antibiotics
  3. filters mucus and saliva
  4. caused by trypanodium cruzi; transferred from wild animals> kissing bugs> humans. Travels from Blood to the organs; causes them to swell or shut down; treatment- Nifrutimax
  5. tissue death

5 True/False Questions

  1. Typhuscaused by Rickettsasis; Transferred by insects, attacks endothelial cells; symptoms: fever, rash, kidney, and heart failure. Treatment with tetracycline or Chloraphenic

          

  2. Rheumatic feverautoimmune destruction of immune valves after systemic strep infection

          

  3. arteriessmall branches of arteries

          

  4. monocytesmacrophages

          

  5. eosinophilssecrete histamine and heprine

          

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