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6 DNA viruses

Enveloped
Herpes
Hep B
Smallpox

Naked
Parvo
Adeno
Papilloma

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Papovavirus is now divided into

Papilloma
Polyoma

3

Naked RNA viruses

nO envelope
enterO: coxsackie, hav, echo, polio
rhinO
reO

4

H&A

Influenze, hemagglutinin and neuraminidase

5

MCC of common colds

Rhinovirus

6

The only DNA hepatitis virus

HBV

7

Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy

JK virus

8

JK virus family

Papova

9

Filoviruses

Ebola
Marburg
(hemorrhagic fevers)

10

Animals associated with MERSCoV

Camels

11

Earliest evidence of smallpox

Pustule on nose of mummified body of Pharaoh Ramses V

12

Tzanck smear

HSV, VZV

13

Flu-like symptoms in a patient with history of travel

Ebola

14

Ebola, biosafety level

4

15

MTb biosafety level

3

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Ebola spp found in Philippines

Reston

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Species where Reston was discovered

Monkeys (Cynomolgus macaques)

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Most severe Ebola outbreak in history

Guinea, March 2014

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Places traveled placed under alert level 2 in Phils

Guinea
Liberia
Sierra Leone

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Cowdry Type A inclusions

HSV

21

Infectious mononucleosis

EBV

22

Cancers assoc with EBV

NPCA
Burkitt's lymphoma (Non Hodgkin)

23

Monospot test

EBV, detection of heterophile antibodies

24

Owl's eye intranuclear inclusions

CMV

25

Roseola

HHV6

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Atypical lymphocytes

EBV

27

Castleman disease

HHV8

28

Exanthem subitum

HHV6

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In roseola, high fever lyses by ___ day

3rd-5th

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Kaposi sarcoma

HHV8

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Plantar warts, serotype

HPV 1,2,4,63

32

Aplastic crisis in sickle cell anemia

Parvovirus B19

33

Hepa: Fecal-oral route

A, E

34

Hepa: Sexual transmission

B, C

35

MCC post-transfusion hepatitis

C

36

Fifth disease

Parvovirus B19

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Hepa: Dane particle

Infectious particle of Hep B

38

Hepa: No carrier state

Hep A

39

Hepa: First serologic marker detected

HBsAg

40

Slapped cheek

Parvovirus B19

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Management for Hep B+ pregnant patient

Give Hep B Ig to baby within 12 hrs from birth

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Hepa: Carrier state, serologic marker

HBsAg

43

Introduced vaccination

Edward Jenner (1980); injected himself with live cowpox to control smallpox

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Assoc with hydrops fetalis

Parvovirus B19

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Control of smallpox by deliberate infection with mild forms of disease

Variolation

46

Cause of mild smallpox

Vaccinia

47

Cause of severe smallpox

Variola

48

Presence of disease in more than the number of expected cases

Epidemic

49

Crisscross pattern

Parapox-/poxvirus

50

Paul-Bunnel test

EBV (aka monospot test)

51

MC viral infection after a renal transplant

CMV

52

Herpangina

Coxsackie A

53

DOC for HCV

Ribavirin

54

Hepa, serology: Acute infection

HBsAg
HBeAg
HBV DNA

Anti HBc IgM

55

Hepa, serology: Window period

Anti HBc IgM

56

Hepa, serology: Prior infection

Anti HBs IgG
Anti HBc IgG

57

Hepa, serology: Chronic infection

All markers of acute infection + Anti HBc IgG

58

Hepa, incubation periods: A

15-45 days

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Hepa, incubation periods: B

50-180 days

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Hepa, incubation periods: C

8 weeks

61

Hepa, incubation periods: D

40-180 days

62

Hepa, incubation periods: E

45 days

63

Echovirus, dse

Aseptic meningitis

64

Treatment for Coxsackie A

Supportive

65

Pleurodynia

Coxsackie B

66

Family: HCV

Flavi

67

Colorado tick fever

Reo

68

Very painful blisters on hands and feet

Coxsackie A

69

Bornholm disease

Coxsackie B

70

MCC of infantile diarrhea

Rota

71

Family: Yellow fever

Flavi

72

Family: Rota

Reo

73

Family: HEV

Calici

74

Family: Dengue

Flavi

75

Viral gastroenteritis

Rota
Norwalk

76

Family: St. Louis enceph

Flavi

77

Family: Norwalk

Calici

78

Family: Rubella

Toga

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Family: West Nile enceph

Flavi

80

Family: Eastern and Western equine enceph

Toga

81

Family: Influenza

Orthomyxo

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Family: Measles

Paramyxo

83

Family: Mumps

Paramyxo

84

Bronchiolitis

RSV

85

Croup

Parainfluenza

86

Lymphocytic choriomeningitis

Arena

87

Hantavirus from rodents

Bunya

88

3 C's

Measles

89

Negri bodies

Rabies

90

Kuru

Prion in cannibals

91

T/F The gland that mumps virus exclusively involves is the parotid

F, other glands also affected

92

Koplik spots

Measles

93

Babes nodules

Rabies

94

Hydrophobia in rabies is due to

Laryngospasm

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Postauricular LAD

Measles

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Common location of Koplik spots

Opposite 2nd upper molar tooth

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MC prion disease affecting man

Creutzfeld Jacob

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Case definition of mumps, swelling > ___ days

2, with no other apparent cause

99

Agent of Hecht pneumonia

Measles

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Gertsmann-Straussier-Scheinker (GSS)

Prion

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SSPE

Measles, complication

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Spongiform encephalopathy

Creutzfeld Jacob

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Virus that causes pancreatitis

Mumps

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Congenital rubella is acquired at ___ trimester

1st

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Heart dee assoc with congenital rubella

PDA

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Rash of varicella classically begins at

Scalp/face/trunk

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Characteristic of varicella lesions

Pruritic

108

Gold standard for diagnosis of rotavirus

Stool culture

109

MCC of rabies in the Phils

Dog bite

110

Herpesviruses

get herpes in a CHEVrolet
CMV
HSV
EBV
VZV

111

HSV that is an STD

HSV-2 (it takes 2 to tango)

112

Area of latency of VZV

Dorsal root ganglia

113

Multinucleated giant cells

Tzanck smear of HSV and VZV

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Usual dermatome of shingles

Thoracic

115

Smallest infectious particle

Prion

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Prion is made of

Protein

117

Scrapie

Prion infection in sheep

118

Mad cow disease

Prion

119

Dengue serotypes

1-4

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Genotypes of dengue associated with severe disease accompanying secondary infection

2,3

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Mosquito that breeds in clean water

Aedes

122

Mosquito that breeds in brackish water

Anopheles

123

Aedes bites during, day vs night

Day

124

Incubation period of dengue

4-10

125

Break-bone fever

Dengue

126

Phases of dengue

Febrile
Critical
Recovery

127

Rash described as isles of white in a sea of red

Herman rash (dengue)

128

Detection of NS1 Ag

Day 1 and Day 4 of illness

129

Hepa, serology: Acute Hep B

HBsAg

Anti HBc IgM

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Hepa, serology: Chronic Hep B

HBsAg

131

Hepa, serology: Acute hep A superimposed on chronic hep B

HBsAg

Anti HAV IgM

132

Hepa, serology: Acute hep A and B

HBsAg

Anti HBc IgM
Anti HAV IgM

133

Hepa, serology: Acute hep A

Anti HAV IgM

134

Hepa, serology: Acute hep A and B, HBsAg below detection threshold

Anti HBc IgM
Anti HAV IgM

135

Hepa, serology: Acute hep B, HBsAg below detection threshold

Anti HBc IgM

136

Hepa, serology: Acute Hep C

Anti HCV