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Micro_Unit5

TermDefinition
Leptospira Weil's disease, Fletcher's media, zoonosis, hooked ends, transmitted through rodents and domestic animals
Darkfield microscopy Used to identify treponemes (slender with tight coils)
Lyme disease Ixodes tick, Borrelia Burgdorferi
Treponema pallidum Syphilis, RPR, FTA-ABS, tight coils, corkscrew motility
Syphilis Primary stage Firm usually painless lesion the develops into chancre generally on the penis or cervix
Syphilis Secondary stage Lesions on mucous membranes and cutaneous surfaces, rash on trunk, limbs, palms, and soles of feet
Syphilis Tertiary stage noninfectious, occurs decades after initial infection, gummas on mucous membranes, subcutaneous tissue, bone, liver, and viscera
Treponema Yaws, pinta
Borrelia human relapsing fever, Pediculus humanus
Created by: Ramin11