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The following disease has this transmission route. What will most likely be seen? R – muscle, V – dorsal root ganglia, R – dorsal root ganglia, V – along nerves to tissues (brain, kidney, salivary glands etc.) 

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negri bodies

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Which of the following's method of action is to inhibit microtubule assembly?

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albendazole

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leishmania is carried in

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sand flies

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Naked virus _____ Enveloped _____

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gut, respiratory

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The following pathogenesis describes what virus?

  • Replication in regional LN, viremia to liver & spleen (mononuclear cell replication), cellular viremia to skin, replication in keratinocytes fibroblasts & others, retrograde axonal flow dorsal ganglia latency for later reinfection possible once waning immunity
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VZV

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roundworms are ______, tapeworms are _____, & flukes are ______

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nematodes, cestodes, trematodes

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Which of the following statements best accounts for why herpesvirus infections most often lead to cell death despite the fact that the viruses use budding to escape the host cell? 


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produce a viral factor that shuts off protein synthesis (VHS)
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If Varicella-Zoster virus (VZV) transmits to a patient by inhalation of contaminated respiratory droplets and the virus then replicates within epithelial cells at the site of encounter and in the draining lymph nodes, what is the mechanism underlying the development of the characteristic vesicular rash of chicken pox? 


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cellular viremia and replication of virus in keratinocytes 

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Which of the following is required for successful replication of parvovirus B19? 

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factors from activated host cells including DNA polymerase 

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A Florida woman is sick with a fungal infection after visiting Oregon. A chest view shows granulomas and necrotic cavitation. What does she have?

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Coccidioides immitis or posadasii

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Yeast residing within phagolysosome by increasing the pH is a common feature of which of the following?

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Histoplasma capsulatum

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A man from the southeast US was hiking around Mississippi river valley when he fell into some leaves. He has developed flu-like symptoms since and has warty lesions on the skin. SDA shows lollipop-like conidia, and a gram stain shows retracted cytoplasm. What is the most likely diagnosis?

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Blastomyces dermatitis

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The following disease has this transmission route. What will most likely be seen? R – muscle, V – dorsal root ganglia, R – dorsal root ganglia, V – along nerves to tissues (brain, kidney, salivary glands etc.) 

A:

negri bodies

Q:

Which of the following's method of action is to inhibit microtubule assembly?

A:

albendazole

Q:

leishmania is carried in

A:

sand flies

Q:

Naked virus _____ Enveloped _____

A:

gut, respiratory

Q:

The following pathogenesis describes what virus?

  • Replication in regional LN, viremia to liver & spleen (mononuclear cell replication), cellular viremia to skin, replication in keratinocytes fibroblasts & others, retrograde axonal flow dorsal ganglia latency for later reinfection possible once waning immunity
A:

VZV

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roundworms are ______, tapeworms are _____, & flukes are ______

A:

nematodes, cestodes, trematodes

Q:

Which of the following statements best accounts for why herpesvirus infections most often lead to cell death despite the fact that the viruses use budding to escape the host cell? 


A:
produce a viral factor that shuts off protein synthesis (VHS)
Q:

If Varicella-Zoster virus (VZV) transmits to a patient by inhalation of contaminated respiratory droplets and the virus then replicates within epithelial cells at the site of encounter and in the draining lymph nodes, what is the mechanism underlying the development of the characteristic vesicular rash of chicken pox? 


A:

cellular viremia and replication of virus in keratinocytes 

Q:

Which of the following is required for successful replication of parvovirus B19? 

A:

factors from activated host cells including DNA polymerase 

Q:

A Florida woman is sick with a fungal infection after visiting Oregon. A chest view shows granulomas and necrotic cavitation. What does she have?

A:

Coccidioides immitis or posadasii

Q:

Yeast residing within phagolysosome by increasing the pH is a common feature of which of the following?

A:

Histoplasma capsulatum

Q:

A man from the southeast US was hiking around Mississippi river valley when he fell into some leaves. He has developed flu-like symptoms since and has warty lesions on the skin. SDA shows lollipop-like conidia, and a gram stain shows retracted cytoplasm. What is the most likely diagnosis?

A:

Blastomyces dermatitis

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