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  1. Ergotism
  2. Multibacilliary
  3. listeriosis
  4. Gangrene
  5. Cerebrospinal fluid
  1. a lepromatous-more virulent- symmetric visions, nodules, plaques, thickened dermis
  2. b fungus- claviceps purpures- produces alkaloids- hallucinations, GI upset, gangrene, st anthonys fire (pain in limbs)
  3. c Necrosis- blood supply interrupted-> ischemia- enzymes from dying tissue further destroy surrounding tissue- surgery, antibiotic,
  4. d circulates brain ventricles, central canal of spinal cord and subarachoid, low level of compliment proteins, bacteria in CSF can multiply w/ little immune response
  5. e Listeria monocytogenes, gram +, non sporing rod, fac. anaerobic intracellular-can spread to CNS- spread to circulatory-11-70 days-20-30 % mortality

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. candida albicans- flora- illness and medications cause change- antibiotic, birth control and steroids, diabetes, HIV and cancer
  2. pathogen enters gi tract, adheres and multiplies
  3. muscle weakness, dry mouth, diff swallowing, blurred vision, slurred speech, vomit and diarrhea, drooping eyelids
  4. Streptobacillus moniliformis- fac anaerobic, pleomorphic gram neg- PCN- can be fatal
  5. ehrlica chattcensis- lonestar tick-prolonged: renal failure, intravascular cougulopethy, meningo enceph., resp. distress

5 True/False questions

  1. Helicobacter peptic ulcerRickettsia rickettsii- ticks- rash, fever, vomit, joints, diarrhea,

          

  2. listeria in pregnancymicrophages hiding from immune system can cross placenta-early onset:infected during pregnancy- late onset: infect during childbirth- treated w/ antibiotics

          

  3. H. influenza in childrenCapsulated strain b= Hib

          

  4. Human diseaseCJD- Degenerative brain disorder, sporadic, hereditary and acquired.

          

  5. PEP- rabies treatmentPost exposure propilaxis- 5 doses over 28 days