Microbiology 225 Exam 4 Diseases  Study Guide
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Microbiology 225 Exam 4 Diseases Study Guide

Course: BIO BIO 225, Spring 2009

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Bio 225 Exam 4 Objectives Chapters 21 - 26: For each microbial disease listed give the following if applicable: 1. Name of the disease 2. Etiological agent 3. Transmission of the etiological agent 4. Signs and symptoms 5. Clinical diagnosis - How you diagnose the disease. 6. Laboratory diagnosis - Special laboratory tests used if any. 7. Pathology - How the organism causes the disease. 8. Prevention 9. Treatment...

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225 Bio Exam 4 Objectives Chapters 21 - 26: For each microbial disease listed give the following if applicable: 1. Name of the disease 2. Etiological agent 3. Transmission of the etiological agent 4. Signs and symptoms 5. Clinical diagnosis - How you diagnose the disease. 6. Laboratory diagnosis - Special laboratory tests used if any. 7. Pathology - How the organism causes the disease. 8. Prevention 9. Treatment Chapter 21: Diseases of the Skin 1. Folliculitis 2. Sties 3. Furuncle (boil) 4. Carbuncles 5. Impetigo of the new born 6. Scalded skin syndrome 7. Toxic shock syndrome 8. Cellulitis 9. Myositis 10. Necrotizing fascititis 11. Erysipelas 12. Impetigo 13. Otitis externa 14. Dermatitis 15. Burn infections 16. Wound infections 17. Acne 18. Warts 19. Smallpox 20. Chickenpox 21. Shingles 22. Cold sores 23. Genital herpes 24. Measles 25. Rubella 26. Congenital rubella syndrome 27. Fifth disease 28. Contagious conjunctivitis 29. Ringworm 30. Sporotrichosis 31. Thrush 32. Vaginitis (candidiasis) 33. Scabies Chapter 21 Diseases of the Eyes 1. Contagious conjunctivitis 2. Inclusion Conjunctivitis 3. Neonatal gonorrheal ophthalmia 4. Trachoma 5. Herpetic keratitis Chapter 22 Diseases of the Nervous System 1. Bacterial meningitis 2. Tetanus 3. Botulism 4. Leprosy 5. Poliomyelitis 6. Rabies 7. Arboviral encephalitis 8. Cryptococcosis 9. African trypanosomiasis 10. Naegleria meningoencephalitis 11. Spongiform encephalopathy Chapter 23 Diseases of the Cardiovascular System 1. Puerperal sepsis 2. Subacute bacterial endocarditis 3. Acute bacterial endocarditis 4. Pericarditis 5. Rheumatic fever 6. Tularemia 7. Brucellosis (undulant fever) 8. Anthrax 9. Gangrene 10. Gas gangrene 11. Septicemia (from animal bites) 12. Cat scratch fever 13. Rat bite fever 14. Plague 15. Relapsing fever 16. Lyme disease 17. Ehrlichosis 18. Epidemic typhus 19. Endemic typhus 20. Spotted fever 21. Myocarditis 22. Infectious mononucleosis 23. Yellow fever 24. Dengue 25. Hemorrhagic fevers 26. Chagas disease 27. Toxoplasmosis 28. Malaria 29. 30. Leishmaniasis Babesiosis 31. Schistosomiasis Chapter 24 Diseases of the Respiratory System 1. Pharygitis 2. Scarlet fever 3. Diphtheria 4. Otitis media 5. Common cold 6. Whooping cough 7. Tuberculosis 8. Bacterial pneumonia 9. Atypical pneumonia 10. Legionellosis 11. Psittacosis 12. Q fever 13. Viral pneumonia 14. Influenza 15. Histoplasmosis 16. Coccidioidomycosis 17. Blastomycosis 18. Opportunistic fungal infections 19. Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia Chapter 25 Diseases of the Digestive System 1. Dental caries 2. Staphylococcal food poisoning 3. Salmonellosis 4. Typhoid fever 5. Bacillary dysentery 6. Cholera 7. Gastroenteritis 8. Peptic disease syndrome 9. Travelers diarrhea 10. Mumps 11. Hepatitis (A, B, C, D, E) 12. Viral gastroenteritis 13. Ergot poisoning 14. Aflatoxin poisoning 15. Giardiasis 16. Balantidial dysentery 17. Amoebic dysentery 18. Cryptosporidiosis 19. Tapeworm infection 20. Hydatid disease 21. Pinworm disease 22. Hookworm disease 23. Ascariasis 24. Trichinosis Chapter 26 Diseases of the Urinary Tract 1. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) 2. Cystitis 3. Pyelonephritis 4. Leptospirosis 5. Nosocomial urinary tract infections Chapter 26 Diseases of the Reproductive System 1. Gonorrhea 2. Ophthalmia neonatorum 3. Nongonococcal urethritis 4. Syphilis 5. Vaginitis 6. Lymphogranuloma venereum 7. Chancroid 8. Granuloma inguinale 9. Genital herpes 10. Genital warts 11. Candidiasis 12. Trichomoniasis Additional Objectives 1. List the: Normal flora of the skin Diseases for which arthropods are reservoirs Zoonotic (transmitted to humans from animals) diseases studied Diseases studied that may have a carrier state STDs that can cause congenital infections 2. Describe: How microorganisms get into the central nervous system The best method of control for vector-borne diseases The normal flora of the respiratory system The reasons for the occurrence of epidemics of influenza Occurrence of nosocomial diseases. Explain why they often involve the urinary tract Prevention of nosocomial diseases

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