Infectious Diseases Pathologies

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Infectious Diseases Pathologies
2015-06-26 14:14:10

infectious Diseases
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  1. Identify condition: Often asymptomatic
    Mucopurulent Discharge
    Erythema & Inflammation
    Pus from Bartholins glands (question 22)
    Chlamydia (female) (B)
  2. Identify condition:Whitish-cloudy discharge from penis, Epididymitis (question 22)
    Chlamydia (male) (B)
  3. Identify condition: Frothy, Yellow/green smelly discharge
    Strawberry” cervix/vagina, Low birth weight (question 22)
    Trichomoniasis (female) (P)
  4. Identify condition: Asymptomatic, Slight discharge, Pain on ejaculation
    Trichomoniasis (male) (P)
  5. Identify condition: Usually Asymptomatic – can occur in anus, urethra, cervix & throat.
    Vaginal discharge
    Dysuria, Pain during intercourse
    Lower abdominal pain (question 22)
    Gonorrhoea (female) (B)
  6. Identify condition: Yellow penile discharge,
    Dysuria (painfull urination) (question 22)
    Gonorrhoea (male) (B)
  7. Identify the condition:

    Stage 1:

    Chancre on genitals/mouth – heals
    after 4 weeks
    Becomes asymptomatic but still very

    Stage 2:

    Flat, erythematous, non-pruritic rash –
    very contagious!
    Hair loss, malaise, lumps on genitals 

    Stage 3:
    (1-10yrs post-
    infection) = Non-
    Gummas = soft, tumor-
    like balls of inflammation
    Syphilis! (B)
  8. Identify condition: Cauliflower-like masses,
    Flat lesions, Soft, fleshy projections (question 22)
    Genital warts (V)
  9. Identify condition: Very RED, inflammed skin.
    Fever. (question 22)
    Cellulitis & Erysipelas (B)
  10. Identify condition: Pustules, round & oozing patches, Golden yellow crusts, Common on hands & face (question 22)
    Impetigo (B)
  11. Identify condition: Localised inflammation of mucous membrane with a white creamy coating. (question 22)
    Oral Thrush (F)
  12. Identify condition: Thick, clumpy discharge, Itching and inflammation of the vulva, vagina & perineum.
    Dysuria (painfull urination) (question 22)
    Genital Thrush (F)
  13. Identify condition: Painful vesicles that ulcerate and scab around the mouth & nose (question 22)
    Oral Herpes (herpes simplex 1) (V)
  14. Identify condition: Genital sores & ulcers
    Cross infection HSV1 – HSV2 can occur (question 22)
    Genital Herpes (herpes simplex 2) (V)
  15. Identify condition: Grey membrane (necrosis) across tonsils/pharynx or nose, Fever, Sore throat (question 22)
    Diphtheria (B)
  16. Identify condition: Coughing attacks, Whooping sound at the end
    of a cough in 50% of cases
    Starts like a cold, Progresses to a persistent cough (question 22)
    Whooping Cough (B)
  17. Identify condition: Cough, Night Sweats, Weight loss, Anorexia
    Raised WBC’s, High ESR (question 22)
    Tuberculosis (B)
  18. Identify condition: Exanthema = vesicular eruption all over body, Fever (question 22)
    Chicken Pox (V)
  19. Identify condition: Vesicular rash along nerves, Severe pain, Paraesthesia (question 22)
    Shingles (V)
  20. Identify condition: Koplik Spots = mucosal rash, Maculopapular rash - blanches, Unspecific cold symptoms (cough, runny nose, red eyes) (question 22)
    Measles (V)
  21. Identify condition: Rash – spots are smaller than measles, Swollen lymph nodes, Fever
    Rubella (German Measles) (V)
  22. Identify condition: Strawberry tongueScarlet rash –blanches under pressure, Sore throat, High Fever (question 22)
    Scarlet fever (B)
  23. Identify condition: Swollen Parotid gland, Head & Joint pain (question 22)
    Mumps (V)
  24. Identify condition: Fever, fatigue, headache, vomiting, stiffness in neck, pain in the limbs.
    Poliomyelitis (V)
  25. Identify the condition: generally feeling unwell, jaundice, pale stools, dark urine, itchy skin
    Hepatitis (V)
  26. Identify the condition: fatigue, anaemia, peripheral neuropathy, cachexia, anorexia, diarrhoea, neutropenia, thrombocytopenia.
    HIV (V)
  27. Identify the condition: SEVERE diarrhoea, often with mucous, blood and pus, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting.
    Dysentery (Bacterial, Viral or Parasitic)
  28. Identify the condition: Cyclical fever, chills, extreme sweating, malaise, nausea, arthralgia, diarrhoea, convulsions.
    Malaria (Protozoa)