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Impe " go Conjunc " vi " s Correct! Correct! Rheuma " c fever Influenza-like symptoms Correct! A pa ! ent may experience a combina ! on of symptoms such as fever, flu-like symptoms (influenza), cough, conjuc ! vi ! s, and a red blotchy skin rash . 2 / 2 pts Ques ! on 16 Which of the following diseases does a linear, single-stranded RNA virus cause? Measles Mumps Rubella B and C All of the above Correct! Correct! Measles, mumps and rubella are all linear, single-stranded RNA viruses. Your Answer: 3 / 3 pts Ques ! on 17 What disease displays as a secondary characteris " c swelling of the testes/ovaries and pancreas? Mumps and or Epidemic Paro "" s is the disease that displays as a secondary characteris " c of swelling of the testes/ovaries and pancreas. Mumps. A pa ! ent infected with mumps (aka epidemic para !! s) has primary swelling in the paratoid (salivary glands) located in the neck but also may have secondary swelling in the testes/ovaries and pancreas. Your Answer: 5 / 5 pts Ques ! on 18 You go to visit a friend who has chickenpox. While visi " ng what are 2 things you will be sure to avoid so that you don’t also become infected? Avoid direct contact with the persons skin and their blisters and protect myself and stay far enough away so that air-borne droplets are not transmi ! ed through sneezing and coughing as it is highly contagious. (1) You would want to be sure to keep a distance especially if your friend is coughing or sneezing as chickenpox can be transmi " ed through air-borne droplets (sneezing/coughs). (2) You would also be absolutely certain to avoid direct contact with the blisters of an infected individual . 2 / 2 pts Ques ! on 19 True or False. The development of shingles is most o # en seen in an older adult popula " on (> 60 years old). True Correct! Correct! True. The most common age for VZV reac ! va ! on and shingle diagnosis tends to occur in people around 60 years of age . False 2 / 2 pts Ques ! on 20 True or False. Unlike chickenpox, the blisters that appear with shingles are localized and limited to small areas. True Correct! Correct! True. While chickenpox blisters o # en cover the en ! re body, the blisters associated with shingles are localized and limited to small areas . False Your Answer: 5 / 5 pts Ques ! on 21 A person who has neither previously had chickenpox nor been administered the VZV vaccine is exposed to someone with an ac " ve VZV (shingles) outbreak and becomes infected. Explain why (or why not) the person will only develop shingles. This person will not develop shingles, but will develop Chickenpox from a person as they were exposed while the person was contagious during their shingles outbreak. The person will not develop shingles because they have not had chickenpox previously and Shingles occurs a # er the zoster virus stays in the body in a dormant state un " l around 60 years of age where it becomes reac " ve and causes shingles.

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