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  1. syncytium between infected and noninfected cells
    human herpesvirus
  2. large b lymphocytes with atypical nuclei and neutropenia
    human herpesvirus 4
  3. abnormally large cells with nuclear inclusion
    cytomegalovirus
  4. pustules
    poxviruses
  5. dane particles
    hepatitis b virus
  6. "kissing disease"
    human herpesvirus 4
  7. pinkeye
    adenoviruses
  8. condylomata acuminata
    papillomaviruses
  9. progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PLM)
    polyomaviruses
  10. erythema infectiosum
    parvoviruses
  11. T/F: chickenpox was so named because it was first found in chickens
    false
  12. T/F: the first human disease to be eradicated was smallpox
    true
  13. T/F: erythema infectiosum is a dangerous but treatable disease
    false
  14. T/F: human herpesviruses have been designated by combining HHV (human herpesvirus) with numbers corresponding to the severity of the diseases they cause
    false
  15. T/F: contact with a minute quantity of blood is sufficient for infection with hepatitis B virus
    true
  16. T/F: for protection from infection with genital herpes, condoms need to be used only when there is an active lesions
    false
  17. T/F: human herpesvirus 4 has been implicated as an etiological agent in some cases of hodgkin's lymphoma
    true
  18. T/F: the cytomegalovirus may be teratogenic if the virus infects stem cells in an embryo or fetus
    true
  19. T/F: everyone appears to be infected with polyomaviruses BK and JC by the age of 15
    true
  20. T/F: adenoviruses are so named because they infect only adenoid cells in humans
    false
  21. immunization with _______ will provide protection against smallpox
    cowpox
  22. painful, blister-like lesions that progressively become filled with pus suggest infection with a(n) ________.
    poxvirus
  23. _______ is usually associated with lesions on the genitalia
    human herpesvirus 2
  24. an inflamed blister on the finger caused by either HHV-1 or HHV-2 is known as _______.
    whitlow
  25. the condition in which athletes develop herpes lesions on their skin as a result of coming in contact with herpes lesions during wrestling is known as ________.
    herpes gladiatorum
  26. skin lesions described as "dewdrops on rose pedals" are characteristics of _______.
    chickenpox
  27. individuals who have had chickenpox may develop ______ later in life if they are exposed to stress or immune suppression
    shingles
  28. aspirin should never be given to children or young adults who have symptoms of viral infections because of the possible risk of developing ________.
    reye 's syndrome
  29. in infections with _______, the virus becomes latent in B lymphocytes and suppresses apoptosis, thus providing one source of lymphomas associated with this virus
    human herpesvirus 4
  30. the autoimmune disease ______ may result from infection with human herpesvirus 6
    multiple sclerosis
  31. cytomegalovirus can be ______ if it infects fetal stem cells
    teratogenic
  32. the cauliflower-like growths on the genitalia caused by papillomaviruses are known as _____.
    cyndylomata acuminata
  33. the search for cancer-causing viruses led scientists to discover a group of viruses called ______ that are capable of causing several different types of tumors in humans
    polyomaviridae
  34. Hep B virus replicates in liver cells and is released by _____ rather than cell lysis
    exocytosis
  35. disease caused by B19 virus is known as ______, or erythema infectiosum
    fifth disease

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