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micro
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2014-04-29 23:30:15
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  1. what is the most common true pathogen
    histoplasmosis
  2. what is another name for histoplasma capsulatum
    Ohio Valley Fever
  3. what infection is typically dimporphic
    histoplasmosis, ohio valley fever
  4. where is hisoplasma capsulatum most prevelant
    eastern and central regions of us
  5. where does histoplasma capsulatatum grow
    grow in moist soil in high nitrogen content
  6. What infection is caused due to inhaling conidia and this produces a primary pulmonary infection that may progress to systemic infection and chronic lung disease
    ohio valley fever, histoplasma capsulatum
  7. what causes coccidioidomycosis
    coccidioides immitis
  8. what is another name for occidioidomycosis
    valley fever
  9. what is the morphology of coccidioidomycosis
    block-like arthrocondidia, in free living stages and spherules containing endospores in the lungs
  10. where does valley fever tend to grow
    alkaline soils in semiarid, hot climates and is endemic to southwestern US
  11. how does coccidioidomycosis get to the body
    arthrospores are inhaled from dust, creates spherules and can form nodules in the lungs
  12. what infection causes blastomycosis
    blastomyces dermatitidis
  13. what is another name for blastomyces dermatitidis
    north american blastomycosis
  14. what is the morphology for north american blastomycosis
    dimorphic and its free living species
  15. how does blastomyces dermatitidis infect body
    inhaled 10-100 conidia which convert to yeasts and multiply in lungs
  16. what are the symptoms of blastomyces dermatitidis
    cough and fever
  17. what infection has chronic cutaneous, bone, and nervous system complications
    blastomyces dermatitidis
  18. what are restricted to endemic regions of the world
    systemic infections by true pathogens
  19. system infections by true pathogens occur because
    conidia is disturbed
  20. what happens when spores geminate in the lungs and infections can become systemic
    true pathogens

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