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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Spirochete ID
  2. How long does a tick need to be attached to a host before it transmit disease?
  3. Insertion Disks
  4. In what area of the human body are mycoplasmas considered normal flora?
  5. direct detection of treponema
  1. a
    dark field examination
    look for motile spirochetes
  2. b 24 hours
  3. c plate-like structures that attach the fibrils within the cell wall
    -on spirochetes
  4. d
    Long, slender, helically curved, gram negative bacilli
  5. e
    upper respiratory tract
    GU tract

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the tick from which they are recovered.

  2. gummas
    -granuloma-like lesions in any organ
  3. treponema (spirochete)
    causes acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
    look at methylene blue stained material from the lesions
  4. T. carateum

  5. same as Icteric Leptospirosis
    -the most severe illness caused by leptospira
    -liver dysfunction

5 True/False questions

  1. spirochete- leptospira category IDsomewhat thicker than treponema with fewer and looser coils


  2. Treponema infofirst of three stages of lyme disease
    -red, ring-shaped skin lesion with central clearing


  3. what is developed in the first stage of syphilis?painless chancre


  4. Mycoplasmas belong to what class meaning 'soft skin' in latin?ferments glucose to lactic acid so pH change will be evident


  5. Lime disease agentsplate-like structures that attach the fibrils within the cell wall
    -on spirochetes


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