MIC 541-Exam 5-Virology 9

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  1. What are the symptoms of small pox?
    • Fever Malaise
    • Prostration
    • Rash
  2. What are the two strains of Small pox?
    • Variola major
    • Variola minor
  3. What strain of smallpox is highly virulent, cause toxemia, shock and intravascular coagulation?
    Variola major
  4. What are the symptoms of variola major?
    • Shock
    • Toxemia
    • Intravascular coagulation
  5. when did routine vaccination of small pox end in the U.S.?
    1972
  6. When was Small pox considered eradicated?
    1977
  7. When was the small pox vaccine reintroduced?
    2002 for military and medical personnel
  8. What group of people are expected to receive the small pox vaccine?
    Military and medical personnel
  9. What group does Molluscum contagiosum usually infect?
    Children
  10. How is Molluscum contagiosum transmitted?
    • Direct contact
    • Fomites
  11. What is Molluscum Contagiosum considered in the U.S.?
    An STD
  12. Where are lesions of Molluscum Contagiosum found?
    • Thighs
    • Genital areas
  13. Describe the lesions of Molluscum Contagiosum:
    Small Smooth macules in genital and thigh area
  14. What is the treatment for Molluscum Contagiosum?
    • Feezing
    • Electric caudry
    • Chemical agents
  15. What group suffers from an atypical form of Molluscum Contagiosum that attacks the skin and face, leading to tumor-like growth?
    AIDS patients
  16. What zooinotic pox viruses are humans susceptible to?
    Cowpox and monkeypox
  17. What zooinotic pox viruses exist?
    • Cowpox
    • Rabbitpox
    • mousepox
    • elephantpox
    • Monkeypox
  18. What are the symptoms of monkeypox in humans?
    • Skinpox
    • Fever
    • Swollen lymph nodes
  19. What can prevent monkey pox?
    Small pox vaccine
  20. How common is cowpox in humans?
    Rare
  21. Where is cowpox usually confined to on the body?
    • Hands
    • Other cutaneous sites can be involved too
  22. Vaccinia virus is a distinct species of what type of Poxvirus?
    Orthopoxvirus
  23. What is Vaccinia virus used for?
    to make the smallpox vaccine
  24. What are the clinical features of the Vaccinia virus?
    • Localized pustular lesion at the site of inoculation
    • Swelling and drainage of the lymph nodes
  25. Are secondary lesions common with Vaccinia virus?
    No
  26. What groups may get secondary lesions with inoculation of the Vaccinia virus?
    Immunocomprimised
  27. What is the mechanism for secondary lesions of the Vaccinia virus?
    Mechanical transfer from primary inoculation site

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