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Group A Strep

The _______________ and the ________________ are diagnostic tests for Scarlet Fever by Strep pyogenes. Dick Test, Schultz-Carlton Test
Name the tests used to identify Group A Strep and their expected results if GAS is present. Catalase negative, Bacitracin positive, Camp negative, BE negative, PYR positive
Which of the following conditions are NOT caused by Group A Strep? A. Necrotizing Fasciitis B. Cellulitis C. Acute Glomerular Nephritis D. Neonatal Meningitis D. Neonatal Meningitis
Cell surface antigens and major virulence factor possessed by Group A Strep which render the organism resistant to phagocytosis. M protein
Name some of the symptoms/resulting complications of Rheumatic Fever. Twitching, slurred speech, fever, swollen joints, thickened and deformed valves, granulomas in the endocardium (Aschoff bodies)