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115 terms
Microbiology infectious diseases
Yellow fever
acne (skin)
Impetigo (skin)
Gas Gangrene (skin)
-yellow fever virus... - gets into liver causing jaundice... -17D y…
-propionibacterium acne ... -lesions on the skin; excess of sebu…
-staphylococcus aureus and strepoccous pyogenes ... (often both…
-clostriduem perfringens: strict anaerobe (cannot live in oxy…
Yellow fever
-yellow fever virus... - gets into liver causing jaundice... -17D y…
acne (skin)
-propionibacterium acne ... -lesions on the skin; excess of sebu…
115 terms
Microbiology infectious diseases
Yellow fever
acne (skin)
Impetigo (skin)
Gas Gangrene (skin)
-yellow fever virus... - gets into liver causing jaundice... -17D y…
-propionibacterium acne ... -lesions on the skin; excess of sebu…
-staphylococcus aureus and strepoccous pyogenes ... (often both…
-clostriduem perfringens: strict anaerobe (cannot live in oxy…
Yellow fever
-yellow fever virus... - gets into liver causing jaundice... -17D y…
acne (skin)
-propionibacterium acne ... -lesions on the skin; excess of sebu…
72 terms
Microbiology - Infectious Diseases
Father of Microbiology
Robert Koch
Koch's Postulates
4 divisions of microbes
Louis Pasteur - germ theory of disease and use of vaccines to…
A specific microorganism is always associated with a given di…
...
Bacteria, Fungi, Parasites, Viruses
Father of Microbiology
Louis Pasteur - germ theory of disease and use of vaccines to…
Robert Koch
A specific microorganism is always associated with a given di…
207 terms
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Bacteria are __karyotic and they have…
What three diseases are caused by the…
How can a polysaccharide capsule prote…
How do lipopolysaccarides protect an i…
Bacteria are prokaryotic; peptidoglycan (cell walls)... Fungi ar…
Mononucleosis... Lymphoma... Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (1.43)
It masks antigens that would be recognized by the complement…
Blocks membrane attack complexes from reaching the cell membr…
Bacteria are __karyotic and they have…
Bacteria are prokaryotic; peptidoglycan (cell walls)... Fungi ar…
What three diseases are caused by the…
Mononucleosis... Lymphoma... Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (1.43)
212 terms
Microbiology & Infectious Diseases
Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
Candida albicans
Cryptococcus neoformans
Herpes simplex virus
-infected cells have large, round intranuclear inclusions w/…
-fungus appears as ovoid yeast cells, hyphae, or pseudohyphae…
-round or oval yeast w/ polysaccharide capsule ... -causes menin…
-recurrent orolabial, genital, & perianal lesions in HIV-infe…
Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
-infected cells have large, round intranuclear inclusions w/…
Candida albicans
-fungus appears as ovoid yeast cells, hyphae, or pseudohyphae…
12 terms
Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
3 sets of cultures, from different sites
Speutum/Blood Cultures... Serology... Urine…
ZN Speutum... Biopsy/Fluids if extra-pulm…
20% peripheral lymphocytes must have a…
Investigation of infective endocarditis?
CAP investigation? (3)... ... Causative organisms? (5)
TB investigation? (2)
Infectious mononucleosis investigation? (2)
3 sets of cultures, from different sites
Investigation of infective endocarditis?
Speutum/Blood Cultures... Serology... Urine…
CAP investigation? (3)... ... Causative organisms? (5)
11 terms
Introduction to infectious diseases and microbiology
generalized structure of a bacterium
Gram stain and staining technique
Gram positive vs Gram negative
Prokaryotic vs Eukaryotic
no nucleus and genetic material usually in circular plasmid.…
differential stain used to differentiate Gram positive from G…
Cell wall composition... - gram (+) have thick layer of PTG in c…
Prokaryotic... - smaller in size ... - no membrane bound organelles…
generalized structure of a bacterium
no nucleus and genetic material usually in circular plasmid.…
Gram stain and staining technique
differential stain used to differentiate Gram positive from G…
27 terms
Microbiology - infectious diseases
Folliculitis
Sty(e)
Furuncle (boil)
Carbuncles (abscess)
Pus inflamed hair follicle. Staphyloccocus aureus, staphyloco…
Inflamed sebaceous glands of eyelashes. Staphyloccocus aureus…
Localized red painful nodule pus formation of the skin result…
Deep seated coalescing boils of fhd skin. Staphyloccocus aure…
Folliculitis
Pus inflamed hair follicle. Staphyloccocus aureus, staphyloco…
Sty(e)
Inflamed sebaceous glands of eyelashes. Staphyloccocus aureus…
111 terms
Microbiology and Infectious Disease - Antibiotics
What organisms are currently mostly su…
How do sulfonamides work?
How do bacteria become resistant to su…
How well are sulfonamides absorbed and…
-Streptococci (except strep pneumoniae)... -Staph aureus... -Haemop…
Competitive inhibitor of DHPS (competes with PABA)... Blocks pro…
1) Overproduction of PABA (because sulfonamides are competiti…
Super well!... Oral sulfonamides distribute to most bodily fluid…
What organisms are currently mostly su…
-Streptococci (except strep pneumoniae)... -Staph aureus... -Haemop…
How do sulfonamides work?
Competitive inhibitor of DHPS (competes with PABA)... Blocks pro…
20 terms
Microbiology Infectious Diseases
Leprosy-Hansen's Disease
Strep Throat/ Scarlet Fever/ Rheumatic…
Syphilis
MRSA
Mycobacterium leprae
Streptococcus pyogenes
Treponema pallidum
Staphylococcus aureus
Leprosy-Hansen's Disease
Mycobacterium leprae
Strep Throat/ Scarlet Fever/ Rheumatic…
Streptococcus pyogenes
43 terms
Microbiology- Infectious Diseases
Host
Parasites
Infection (colonization)
Pathogen
larger organism that supports survival and growth of smaller…
Organisms that:... -live on or within a host organism... -metabolic…
-growth of any microorganism within or on a host... -may or may…
-any parasitic organism that causes infectious disease
Host
larger organism that supports survival and growth of smaller…
Parasites
Organisms that:... -live on or within a host organism... -metabolic…
14 terms
Microbiology Packet - Infectious Diseases
9 Types of Infectious Diseases
Congenital Disease
Inherited Disease
Degenerative Disease
Congenital... Inherited... Degenerative... Iatrogenic... Idiopathic... Immun…
nongenetic. pathogen can go across placenta. Ex. german measl…
Leads to birth defect (abortion). Genetic Disorder. Disease t…
organs are deteriorating over time due to exercise and eating…
9 Types of Infectious Diseases
Congenital... Inherited... Degenerative... Iatrogenic... Idiopathic... Immun…
Congenital Disease
nongenetic. pathogen can go across placenta. Ex. german measl…
57 terms
Infectious diseases Microbiology
Which 5 diseases account for half of a…
What is about 25% of annual deaths wor…
What is the leading cause of disabilit…
An ulcer caused by _____ ____ is curable
pneumonia... diarrhea... malaria... measles... AIDS
infectious disease
infectious and parasitic disorders
Helicobacter pylori
Which 5 diseases account for half of a…
pneumonia... diarrhea... malaria... measles... AIDS
What is about 25% of annual deaths wor…
infectious disease
19 terms
Microbiology- Infectious Diseases 3
animal diseases that are transmissible…
zoonoses are generally spread through
a viral disease responsible for over 5…
rabies eventually results in
zoonoses
direct contact, aerosols, bites
rabies
respiratory paralysis
animal diseases that are transmissible…
zoonoses
zoonoses are generally spread through
direct contact, aerosols, bites
65 terms
Microbiology Diseases and Infectious Agents
Bacillus cereus
Coxiella burnetii
Staphylococcus aureus
Streptococcus pyogenes
basic food poisoning
Q fever and pneumonia
MRSA, toxic shock superantigen, pneumonia, boils
scarlet fever, Erysipelas, necrotizing fasciitis (cellulitis)
Bacillus cereus
basic food poisoning
Coxiella burnetii
Q fever and pneumonia
53 terms
Microbiology- Infectious Diseases 2
measles, mumps and rubella are transfe…
are caused by paramyxovirusees, can re…
presence of the virus in the blood whe…
rubella is caused by
airborne
mumps and measles
viremia
togavirus
measles, mumps and rubella are transfe…
airborne
are caused by paramyxovirusees, can re…
mumps and measles
36 terms
Microbiology- Infectious Diseases
Disease-causing organisms
are harder to treat
modes of transmission include
is not a suitable habitat for microorg…
pathogens
viruses
airborne, direct contact, vehicle, vector-borne
air
Disease-causing organisms
pathogens
are harder to treat
viruses
57 terms
Microbiology: Infectious Diseases - Respiratory
Streptococcus pyogenes
Group A strep
Beta hemolytic
M protein
What causes strep throat/streptococcal pharyngitis?
What group does S. pyogenes belong to?
What is diagnostic about S. pyogenes?
This virulence factor interferes with phagocytosis by breakin…
Streptococcus pyogenes
What causes strep throat/streptococcal pharyngitis?
Group A strep
What group does S. pyogenes belong to?
45 terms
Microbiology- Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases
the study and evaluation of the occurr…
in many cases, a pathogen cannot grow…
type of illness when a well-adapted pa…
type of illness when a pathogen infect…
epidemiology
host
chronic illness
acute illness
the study and evaluation of the occurr…
epidemiology
in many cases, a pathogen cannot grow…
host
339 terms
1. Microbiology and Infectious Disease
LECTURE 1
what are Antibiotics?
Types of Antimicrobial Agents
Bacteristatic antibiotics
INTRODUCTION TO ANTIBACTERIAL AGENTS
Chemical products of microbes that inhibit/kill other organisms
> Antibiotics... > synthetic compounds (similar effects)... > semi-…
inhibit bacterial growth
LECTURE 1
INTRODUCTION TO ANTIBACTERIAL AGENTS
what are Antibiotics?
Chemical products of microbes that inhibit/kill other organisms
39 terms
Microbiology 2060 Infectious Diseases
Bacillus anthracis
Bordetella pertussis
Borrelia burgdorferi
Brucella abortus
Anthrax
Whooping cough
Lyme Disease
Brucellosis
Bacillus anthracis
Anthrax
Bordetella pertussis
Whooping cough
63 terms
Medical microbiology Infectious diseases
Tooth Decay/ Dental Caries
Peridontal disease
Acute necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis
stomach Ulcers
Streptococcus mutans... -Most common infectious disease
Porphyromonas gingivalis, Treponema dentizola, Tamerella fors…
Trepenema sp.... -a.k.a trench mouth/ Meth mouth
Helicobacter pylori... -immune to acid... -Burrows into mucosa
Tooth Decay/ Dental Caries
Streptococcus mutans... -Most common infectious disease
Peridontal disease
Porphyromonas gingivalis, Treponema dentizola, Tamerella fors…
207 terms
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Bacteria are __karyotic and they have…
What three diseases are caused by the…
How can a polysaccharide capsule prote…
How do lipopolysaccarides protect an i…
Bacteria are prokaryotic; peptidoglycan (cell walls)... Fungi ar…
Mononucleosis... Lymphoma... Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (1.43)
It masks antigens that would be recognized by the complement…
Blocks membrane attack complexes from reaching the cell membr…
Bacteria are __karyotic and they have…
Bacteria are prokaryotic; peptidoglycan (cell walls)... Fungi ar…
What three diseases are caused by the…
Mononucleosis... Lymphoma... Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (1.43)
53 terms
Microbiology- Infectious Diseases 2
measles, mumps and rubella are transfe…
are caused by paramyxovirusees, can re…
presence of the virus in the blood whe…
rubella is caused by
airborne
mumps and measles
viremia
togavirus
measles, mumps and rubella are transfe…
airborne
are caused by paramyxovirusees, can re…
mumps and measles
132 terms
CLS MICROBIOLOGY + INFECTIOUS DISEASES
tuberculosis
TB + HIV
leprosy
mycobacterium tuberculosis
infects 1/3 global population, 8mill cases/year + 2mill death…
HIV has caused much of recent TB infection in developing coun…
1) tuberculoid: common + strong cellular immune response, few…
1) obligate aerobes (grow in high O2 - lungs)... 2) facultative…
tuberculosis
infects 1/3 global population, 8mill cases/year + 2mill death…
TB + HIV
HIV has caused much of recent TB infection in developing coun…
16 terms
Microbiology Specific Infectious Diseases
Staphylococcus aureus
Streptococcus pyogenes
Bordetella pertussis
Streptococcus pneumonia
Causes boils and exfoliative skin (scalded skin syndrome)
Causes strep throat, rheumatic fever, and necrotizing fasciit…
Causes whooping cough and destroys cilia within the lungs
Causes pneumonia. Produces a capsule that prevents phagocytosis
Staphylococcus aureus
Causes boils and exfoliative skin (scalded skin syndrome)
Streptococcus pyogenes
Causes strep throat, rheumatic fever, and necrotizing fasciit…
60 terms
Infectious Disease: microbiology review
gram + cocci (3)
gram - diplococci (2)
gram - rods that ferment glucose (2)
gram - bacilli and coccobacilli (5)
strep, staph, enterococcus
neisseria, eikenella corrodens
enterobacteriaceae, vibrio
brucella, pasteurella, haemophilus, bordetella, francisella
gram + cocci (3)
strep, staph, enterococcus
gram - diplococci (2)
neisseria, eikenella corrodens
108 terms
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Bacteria are __karyotic and they have…
What three diseases are caused by the…
How can a polysaccharide capsule prote…
How do lipopolysaccarides protect an i…
Bacteria are prokaryotic; peptidoglycan (cell walls)... Fungi ar…
Mononucleosis... Lymphoma... Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (1.43)
It masks antigens that would be recognized by the complement…
Blocks membrane attack complexes from reaching the cell membr…
Bacteria are __karyotic and they have…
Bacteria are prokaryotic; peptidoglycan (cell walls)... Fungi ar…
What three diseases are caused by the…
Mononucleosis... Lymphoma... Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (1.43)
42 terms
Microbiology Infectious Diseases
Acne
Impetigo
Cellulitis
Scalded Skin Syndrome
Propionebacterium acnes
Staphylococcus aureus and/or Streptococcus pyogenes
Staph aureus and Strept pyogenes
Staphylococcus aureus
Acne
Propionebacterium acnes
Impetigo
Staphylococcus aureus and/or Streptococcus pyogenes
189 terms
Infectious Diseases: Microbiology Overview
unicellular prokaryotic cells with div…
small infectious agent which act as ob…
eukaryotic unicellular and multicellul…
mobile unicellular eukaryotic cells
bacteria
viruses
fungi
protozoa
unicellular prokaryotic cells with div…
bacteria
small infectious agent which act as ob…
viruses
72 terms
Microbiology- infectious diseases
Acne
Impetigo
Necrotizing Faciitis
Cellulitis
Propionibacterium acnes
Staph aureus/Strep pyogenes
Staph aureus/Strep pyogenes
Staph aureus/Strep pyogenes
Acne
Propionibacterium acnes
Impetigo
Staph aureus/Strep pyogenes
23 terms
Microbiology-Infectious Diseases-Mycobacteria
Complex lipid-rich cell wall
Lipid-rich... Complex... Resistant to deterg…
Purified Protein Derivatives(PPD)
Lipino-arabino-mannan(LAM)
The most important antigenic factor of mycobacteria
The features of cell wall of mycobacteria
The purified versions of the proteins that are attached to th…
The structures located on the cell membrane of mycobacteria a…
Complex lipid-rich cell wall
The most important antigenic factor of mycobacteria
Lipid-rich... Complex... Resistant to deterg…
The features of cell wall of mycobacteria
111 terms
Microbiology and Infectious Disease - Antibiotics
What organisms are currently mostly su…
How do sulfonamides work?
How do bacteria become resistant to su…
How well are sulfonamides absorbed and…
-Streptococci (except strep pneumoniae)... -Staph aureus... -Haemop…
Competitive inhibitor of DHPS (competes with PABA)... Blocks pro…
1) Overproduction of PABA (because sulfonamides are competiti…
Super well!... Oral sulfonamides distribute to most bodily fluid…
What organisms are currently mostly su…
-Streptococci (except strep pneumoniae)... -Staph aureus... -Haemop…
How do sulfonamides work?
Competitive inhibitor of DHPS (competes with PABA)... Blocks pro…
28 terms
Infectious Diseases - Medical Microbiology
Impetigo
Cellulitis
Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome (…
Gas Gangrene
CA: Strept. Pygoenes, Staph Aureus... Treatment: Cefalexin
CA: MRSA, Staph. Aureus, Strept. Pyogenes... Treatment: Cefalexin
CA: Staph Aureus, MRSA... Treatment: Cefalexin
CA: Clostridium Perfringins... Treatment: Clindamycin, Penicillin
Impetigo
CA: Strept. Pygoenes, Staph Aureus... Treatment: Cefalexin
Cellulitis
CA: MRSA, Staph. Aureus, Strept. Pyogenes... Treatment: Cefalexin
Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
What are the examples of macrolides?
What is the mechanism of lincosamides?
What is the mechanism of macrolides?
What is the mechanism of tetracyclines?
Erythromycin, clarithromycin, azithromycin
Inhibit 50s subunit of ribosome
Inhibit 50s subunit of ribosome
Inhibit 30s subunit of ribosome
What are the examples of macrolides?
Erythromycin, clarithromycin, azithromycin
What is the mechanism of lincosamides?
Inhibit 50s subunit of ribosome
236 terms
Microbiology of Infectious Diseases MT
Name for lice
3 different types of lice
Lice egg laying regimen
why is lice irritating?
Pediculosis
1)corporis... 2) capitus... 3) pubis
250-300 eggs over 20-30 days
hypersensitivity reactions to antigens in saliva
Name for lice
Pediculosis
3 different types of lice
1)corporis... 2) capitus... 3) pubis
55 terms
MICROBIOLOGY (INFECTIOUS DISEASES)
Human Herpes Virus ... (HHV) Type 1
HHV 1 (pathogenesis)
HHV1 viral multiplication and recurren…
HHV1 transmission
-infections of the mouth, skin, eye, and genital ... (immunocomp…
-initial infection may be asymptomatic (vesicles on the lips…
-ultraviolet light... -x-ray... -heat... -cold... -hormonal balance... -emot…
active infections have vesicle that contain the virus and can…
Human Herpes Virus ... (HHV) Type 1
-infections of the mouth, skin, eye, and genital ... (immunocomp…
HHV 1 (pathogenesis)
-initial infection may be asymptomatic (vesicles on the lips…
3 terms
Microbiology intro to infectious diseases
What's important to note about viral d…
What's important regarding severity of…
Most viral diseases will show what sim…
Usually asymptomatic or mild, but can be very severe...simila…
Virulence of virus
Fever, malaise, anorexia, headache, and body aches... Caused by…
What's important to note about viral d…
Usually asymptomatic or mild, but can be very severe...simila…
What's important regarding severity of…
Virulence of virus
23 terms
Microbiology Infectious Diseases
A streptococcus pyogenes infection, al…
____ _____________ enhances adherence…
The most common Group A Strep infectio…
The Lancefield Groups refer to what ty…
Erysipelas
M protein
Strep Throat
Pathogenic Streptococcus
A streptococcus pyogenes infection, al…
Erysipelas
____ _____________ enhances adherence…
M protein
130 terms
Microbiology: Infectious Disease
Disease
Infectious Disease
Pathogen
Indigenous
Any deviation from health.
A pathologic state resulting from the disruption and destruct…
Any biological agent that causes disease.
Long term microbial inhabitants of the skin and exposed mucos…
Disease
Any deviation from health.
Infectious Disease
A pathologic state resulting from the disruption and destruct…
123 terms
Microbiology of Infectious Diseases Final
Bright Field Microscope
Dark Field Microscope
Phase Contrast Microscope
Refractive Index
max =1000x
used to see living organisms
utilizes differences in refractive indexes
measure how greatly a medium slows the velocity of light
Bright Field Microscope
max =1000x
Dark Field Microscope
used to see living organisms
69 terms
Microbiology Final | Infectious Diseases
Human adenovirus
Whooping cough
Anthrax
Hantavirus Pulmonary syndrome
Adenoviridae... Mastadenovirus... human adenovirus b... reservoir: hum…
Alcaligenaceae... Bordetella... pertussis... reservoir: human... MOT: air…
Bacillaceae... Bacillus... anthracis... Reservoir: zoonotic-herbivores…
Bunyaviridae... Hantavirus... hantavirus... Reservoir: rodents... MOT: in…
Human adenovirus
Adenoviridae... Mastadenovirus... human adenovirus b... reservoir: hum…
Whooping cough
Alcaligenaceae... Bordetella... pertussis... reservoir: human... MOT: air…
33 terms
Medical Microbiology: Infectious Disease
What is Neisseria gonorrhea present on…
How many cases of gonorrhea are there…
60% of gonorrhea patients are of what…
What sex does 80% of those with gonorr…
Vaginal epithelial cells.
300,000.
15-24.
Male(s).
What is Neisseria gonorrhea present on…
Vaginal epithelial cells.
How many cases of gonorrhea are there…
300,000.
134 terms
Microbiology + Infectious Diseases Test
WHO
STD
Spirochete
good bacteria
world health organization
sexually transmitted disease... a large cork skrew-shaped organi…
something found in lyme disease, siphilis
bacteria decomposes things
WHO
world health organization
STD
sexually transmitted disease... a large cork skrew-shaped organi…
37 terms
Microbiology Infectious Disease List
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AI…
Folliculitis
Necrotizing fasciitis
Cat Scratch Disease
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Staphylococcus aureus and epidermidis
Streptococcus pyogenes
Bartonella henselae
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AI…
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Folliculitis
Staphylococcus aureus and epidermidis
56 terms
Microbiology of Infectious Diseases: Fungi
What are saphrophytes?
What are some general features of fungi?
Why are fungi more difficult to kill?
Fungal infections primarily infect...
They derive nourishment from dead material
Eukaryotes (slow growing), Saphrophytes (can be parasitic), p…
They are eukaryotic (more similar to humans than bacteria)
Older population, immunosuppressed people (rare to infect hea…
What are saphrophytes?
They derive nourishment from dead material
What are some general features of fungi?
Eukaryotes (slow growing), Saphrophytes (can be parasitic), p…
46 terms
Infectious Disease and Microbiology
bacteria
bactericidal
bacteriostatic
communicable disease
diverse prokaryotic organisms that can cause a wide variety o…
drugs that kill bacteria
drugs that slow down or stop the replication of bacteria, but…
caused by pathogens that are transmitted from host-to-host an…
bacteria
diverse prokaryotic organisms that can cause a wide variety o…
bactericidal
drugs that kill bacteria
37 terms
Microbiology Infectious Disease List
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AI…
Folliculitis
Necrotizing fasciitis
Cat Scratch Disease
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Staphylococcus aureus and epidermidis
Streptococcus pyogenes
Bartonella henselae
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AI…
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Folliculitis
Staphylococcus aureus and epidermidis
41 terms
Infectious Disease- Microbiology
Infection
Normal Flora
Pathogenicity
Pathogen
Relationship between host & parasite, and the ensuing struggl…
infection that does NOT cause disease
ability of a parasite to enter host tissue and/ or cells phy…
Parasite organism that has ability to cause disease
Infection
Relationship between host & parasite, and the ensuing struggl…
Normal Flora
infection that does NOT cause disease
Infectious Disease Table, Microbiology
Examples of STAPH diseases... (bacterial)…
Examples of STREP diseases... (bacterial)…
Examples of Pseudomonas Diseases... (bact…
Examples of VIRAL diseases... (of the SKIN)
- boils... - Impetigo... - Scalded skin syndrome... - Toxic shock synd…
- Erysipelas... - Scarlet Fever... - Impetigo... - Toxic Shock Syndrom…
- Dermatitis... - Otitis externa
- smallpox... - varicella (chicken pox)... - rubeola (measles)... - ru…
Examples of STAPH diseases... (bacterial)…
- boils... - Impetigo... - Scalded skin syndrome... - Toxic shock synd…
Examples of STREP diseases... (bacterial)…
- Erysipelas... - Scarlet Fever... - Impetigo... - Toxic Shock Syndrom…
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