Microbiology final review

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  1. Know diseases with different stages
    • tb 
    • whooping cough
    • syphilisis
  2. rice water stools=
  3. most common casue of
  4. diarrhea in us
  5. how do the 3 antibiotics in creams act
  6. what casues UTI, PID, STILL BIRTH, MUMPS, Peridontal diseases
  7. what are clue cells
  8. most common STd
  9. whats hutchisons teeth associated with
  10. which of viruses have antigenis shift/drift
  11. which viruse associated with liver disease
  12. different groups of E. coli and disease associated with them
  13. the use sof a drug to prevent imminent infection=
    prophylaxis
  14. Necator americanus is a
    hookworm
  15. chancre is typical of which stage of syphilus
    primary
  16. flu virus A is associated with
  17. antigenic shift and drift
  18. which organism causes the most cases of diarrhea in US
    campylobactor
  19. which agentCAUSES LYME DISEASE
    Borelia burgdorferi
  20. true false mumps causes swelling of tonsils
    • false 
    • causes salivary glands to swell
  21. whooping cough is casued by
    bordetella purtusis
  22. trichomonas vaginalis is easily transmitted through sexual contact T/F
    T
  23. TB can remain dormant for 67 years befor reactivation T/F
    • False 
    • 57 years
  24. pap smear is test for cervical cancer
    t/f
    true
  25. fungal infections are more idfficult to treat whhy
    becasue they are similar to animal cells
  26. Ringworm is a
    fungus
  27. the bladder contains no normal flora 
    t/f
    True
  28. antparasitic drugs target
    protozoa and helminths
  29. most common reportable infection disease in US
    chlamydia
  30. the larynx is considered part of
    • the lower respiratiory system 
    • it is the dividing line
  31. who discovered penicillium
    Flemming
  32. how many TB cells do you need to cause an infection
    3 cells
  33. C. perferingens, B. cereus, and S. aureus all casue
    food poisoning
  34. Diptheria is casued when
    Corynebacterium diptheriae excretes an endotoxin
  35. does spinal fluid have microflora
    no
  36. are humans the exclusive natural host for mumps virus
    yes
  37. antibiotic means
    against life

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