Ch.13 Questions - 9 A communicable catarrhal mucus membrane...

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Ch.13 Questions 1. Itch mites are also known as: Scabies 2. A medical term meaning "fleshy malignant tumors" that led to AIDS classification (three words): Kaposi’s Sarcoma Lesions 3. A highly infectious venereal ulcer is a: Chancroid 4. A disease characterized by smaller multiple blister-like shingle vesicle crops is (two words): Genital Herpes 5. A parasitic flagellate protozoa infestation (two words): Trichomonas Vaginalis 6. Nipple like swellings: Papilloma 7. Inflammation of the penis or clitoris is known as: Balanitis 8. The glandular swelling or growths of lymphoid or epitheloid cells in the groin area is (two words): Granuloma Inguinal
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Unformatted text preview: 9. A communicable catarrhal mucus membrane inflammation of the reproductive system often involving the eyes and mouth is: Gonorrhea 10. A sexually transmitted infection characterized by a glowing white 'yeast like fungus' infection is: Candida 11. Characterized by gummas (two words): Tertiary Syphilis 12. The stage of HIV/AIDS infection that is characterized by weight loss, fever, malaise, lethargy, oral thrush lesions and immunologic failures like AIDS is called (three words): AIDS Wasting Syndrome 13. Soft viral warts of the skin and mucus membranes caused by a Poxvirus (two words): Molluscum Contagiosum...
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  • Spring '08
  • geiger
  • communicable catarrhal mucus, infectious venereal ulcer, flagellate protozoa infestation, blister-like shingle vesicle

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