Virus, fungi

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Virus, fungi
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2012-08-01 23:11:58
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viruses that cause human disease, fungal diseases
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  1. Adenovirus
    • -respiratory virus
    • -common cold
  2. Hantaan virus (sin nombre)
    • -comes from Hanta river valley in Korea
    • -transmitted by mouse fecal material that becomes airborne
    • -No treatment (echmo machine)
  3. Norwalk virus (noravirus)
    • -discovered in ohio
    • -common in daycare centers
    • -causes diarrhea and vomiting
    • -lasts 2-3 days
    • -very resistant to disinfectants
    • -happens a lot on cruise ships
    • -wash hands copiously with soap and water
  4. Corona virus
    • -common cold
    • -causes cold in animals
    • -causes SARs
    • -very resistant
  5. Filovirus- Ebola virus
    • -causes cells to become liquified
    • -hemmorhagic fever
    • -90% death mortality rate
    • -monkeys may be the reservoir
    • -can be transmitted person to person
  6. Herpesvirus- Cytomegalovirus
    • -encephalitis
    • -respiratory problems
    • -birth defects
  7. Herpesvirus- EpsteinBarr virus
    • -causes berketss lymphoma
    • -cause mono
  8. Hepersvirus- Herpes simplex 1
    we all have it in our nerve cells
  9. Herpesvirus- Herpes simpex type 2
    • -no treatment
    • -can be caused by locations condomns do not cover
  10. Herpesvirus- varicella zoster
    • -chicken pox
    • -shingles- occurs in adults that have had chicken pox
    • -can be breathed in or through contact
  11. Human papillomavirus (HPV)
    • -warts
    • -all of us carry warts virus
    • -can be an STD
  12. Coxsakie virus
    • -endocarditis
    • -also causes hand foot mouth disease (blisters) up to 12 years old
    • -transmittable amongst kids
  13. Poliovirus
    • 2 types
    • 1. Sabum- attenuated virus. Give in muscle
    • 2. Salk- killed
    • -first mutltiply in gut
    • -waterborne disease
  14. Rhinovirus
    common cold
  15. Rotavirus
    • -common in daycare centers
    • -causes diarrhea
    • -oral fecal transmission
  16. Poxvirus
    small pox (there is also cow, camel and monkey pox)
  17. HIVĀ 
    • -HIV I
    • -HIV II
    • -retrovirus
    • -sex and blood transmission
    • -CCr5 mutation on this site seems to be immune to AIDs and bubonic plague
  18. Rabies
    vaccine= 5 shot series
  19. Togavirus
    • Rubella- german measles
    • Easter equine encephalomyelitis
  20. (Fungi) Candidial skin infection
    Candida albicans
  21. (fungi) Coccidioidomycosis
    caused by Coccidioides immitis
  22. (fungi) Cryptococcal
    Cryptococcus neoformans
  23. (fungi) Histoplasmosis
    Histoplasma capsulatum

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