Nervous_Cardiovascular_2009

Nervous_Cardiovascular_2009 - Dengue Fever Marburg and...

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Diseases of the Nervous System
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Bacterial Meningitis Meningococcal – rash caused by toxins
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Listeriosis
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Cryptococcosis
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Naegleria fowleri amoeba
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Arboviral Encephalitis
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Toxoplasmosis
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Spongiform Encephalopathy Fig. 19.14 a) normal cerebral cortex, b) variant CJD
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Rabies Virus
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Polio Virus
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Fecal Oral Route
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Outcomes of Infection by Polio
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Clostridium tetnai Endospores
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Neonatal Tetanus
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Tetanospasmin Toxin
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Diseases of the Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems
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Endocarditis – Fig. 20.3
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Yersinia pestis – The Plague
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Yersinia pestis – Bubonic Plague
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Bull’s Eye Rash
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The Lyme Spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi
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The Disease Cycle of Lyme Disease
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Infectious Mononucleosis
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Infectious Mononucleosis
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Unformatted text preview: Dengue Fever Marburg and Ebola Lassa Fever Nonhemorrhagic Fever Diseases Bacteria Q Fever: Coxiella burnetii Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever: Rickettsia rickettsii Cat Scratch Fever Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Fig. 20.15 Trends in Rocky Mountain spotted fever Life Cycle of Malaria Fig. 20.17 Malaria Fig. 20.18 Potential Use of Infectious Agents in Biological Warfare 1. The Plague Yersinia pestis 2. Smallpox Variola major 3. Anthrax Bacillus anthracis 4. Q Fever 5. Ebola Source: CDC Bacillus anthracis Fig. 20.20 Source: BBC News 2001 Source: BBC News 2001 Source: BBC News 2001 Cutaneous Anthrax The General Structure of HIV Fig. 20.22 Fig. 20.23 Fig. 20.25...
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