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Important obligate aerobes?
M. tuberculosis (explains why it reactivates in upper lobes with high O2)
Quellung + bugs?
Some Killers Have Pretty Pretty Nice Capsules
- H flu
- Strep Pneumo
SHiN: Strep pneumo, H flu, Moraxella, Neisseria (think respiratory infx, also can take up DNA from enviro aka transformation)
Toxins encoded in a lysogenic phage?
- Erythrogenic toxin of S. pyogenes
3 things you don't want to take a bath in?
VOmit, ABscess, SNot
- Viridans, Optochin resistant
- Agalactiae, Bacitracin resistant
- Saprophyticus, Novobicin resistant
Pertussis (inhib Gi, increased cAMP)
Cholera (stim Gs, increased cAMP)
E coli (stim Gs, increased cAMP)
C diphtheria (inactivates EF2)
Pseudomonas (inactivates EF2)
- C. tetani (tetanospasmin, blocks glycine and GABA)
- C. botulinum (blocks ACh release)
- C. perfringens (alpha toxin, lecithinas, gas gangrene)
- C. diff (Toxin A enterotoxin in gut, Toxin B cytotoxin destroying cytoskeletal structure of enterocytes leading to pseudomembranous colitis)
what's a Ghon complex?
Ghon focus (lower lobes) and lobar and perihilar LN involvement (primary infection)
types of leprosy?
Tuberculoid (TH1, few skin nodules)
Lepromatous (TH2, diffuse, communicable, lethal)
Diseases caused by S. pyogenes?
stages of syphilis?
1: painless chancre
2: disseminated w/rash, condylomata
3: gumma, aortitis, neuro
causes of osteomyelitis?
Salmonella (sicle cell)
Staph epidermidis (prosthetic joint)
Pseudomonas (diabetic foot)
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