Podiatry boards II

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  1. what bacteria is G+ in paired coccus, optichin sensitive, incapsulated, can cause meningitis, non motile
    Strep pneumo
  2. This viral disease is caused by a paramyxovirus. the patient starts with a prodrome consisting of coryza, cough, conjunctivitis, and high fever.

    Then RAsh and Koplick spots are seen

    Prevented my MMR vacciene

    What disease is this?
  3. What are some treatments for Chicken Pox
    Chicken pox is caused my varecella Zoster virus,

    Varifax could have prevented infection

    Acyclovir, and famcyclovir would treat infection. VZIG
  4. anerobic G+ coccus
  5. EBV is associated with what type of neoplasm
  6. your patient sleeps around a lot, he has hepatic carcinoma, what virus are you most worried about
    • Hep B
    • Caused by a Hepadna DNA virus
  7. This virus occurs in individuals with Hep B chronic infection
    Hep B
  8. what is found in the blood of someone who is immune to Hep B
  9. What is the cause of molluscum contageosum?
    A MCV virus in Poxviridae family (not related to chicken pox)

    lesions are flesh-colored, dome-shaped, and pearly in appearance. They are often 1–5 millimeters in diameter, with a dimpled center. They are generally not painful, but they may itch or become irritated
  10. Look our for this virus it can cause orchidis, what is it?
    Mumps it is in the paramyxoviridae family along with measles, parainfluenze, and respiratory syncidial virus.
  11. mycosis in mtn Arizona view graduate is most likely
  12. pre - op CXR shows a lung nodule in your patient who is from east of the Mississippi
  13. your pt has a superficial brownish red scaling rash on the trunk. what is the infectous agent
    malassezia furfur causing Tinea Versicolor
  14. You are on vacation in the tropics and you see a foot with draining sinus tracts, grains of colonies draining from sinuses, what type of mycosis could this be?
    Madura foot, caused by Petriellidium boydii
  15. THis is an opportunistic fungal infection seen mostly in AIDS patients
    Pneumoncystic carinii.
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