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DIT viruses

erythema infectiosum (AKA fifth disease) Parvovirus B19
Heterophil-positive mononucleosis EBV
Can cause conjunctivitis or diarrhea Adenovirus
Enlarged cell with owl's eye inclusions CMV
Identified with a Pap smear HPV (16,18)
Milkmaid's blisters cowpox
Burkitt's lymphoma and nasopharyngeal carcinoma EBV
Gingivostomatitis HSV1
Hides in sensory ganglia of S2 and S3 HSV2
Hades in trigeminal ganglia HSV1
Hides in dorsal root ganglia VSV
viral family of FC virus polyomavirus
downey cells EBV
human progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy JC virus
oral hairy leukoplakia EBV
multinucleate giant cells on tzanck test HSV1,2, VSV
Only DNA virus that is not double stranded Parvovirus
Roseola HHV-6
Heterophil negative mononucleosis CMV
Hand, foot, and mouth disease coxsackie
Break bone fever Dengue = flavivirus
Characteristic barking seal cough croup = paramyxovirus
African hemorrhagic fever filovirus
common cold coronavirus
fever, jaundice, black vomit yellow fever = flavivirus
childhood diarrhea in winter months rotavirus
asthma sounding infection in infants (esp. premies) RSV = paramyxovirus
Meningitis in summer months Echovirus
Tourniquet test helps diagnose hemorrhagic disease Dengue/flavivirus
Infects motor neurons of the anterior horn Poliovirus and west nile virus
45 yo male w/ squamos cell carcinoma of penis had exposure to what virus? HPV (16,18)
20yo colleg student with lymphadenopathy, fever, and hepatosplenomegaly. His serum agglutinates sheep RBCs. what cell type is infected B cells
How does rabie virus travel through the CNS so that it can cause fatal encephalitis with seizures? retrograde up nerve axons
What is the characteristic shape of the rabies virus? bullet shaped capsid
a/w Kaposi's sarcoma lymphoangiogenic GFs/CKs: TNFalpha, IL-6, PDGF
diagnosis of west nile virus serology for IgM anti-WNV abs
laryngo-tracheo-bronchitis parainfluenza/croup
leading cause of hospitalization in kids less than 4 yo parainfluenza/croup
brassy cough RSV bronchiolitis
Pavlivizumab monoclonal RSV Ig
2 most common causes of common cold rhinovirus, coronavirus
aspetic meningitis echovirus, coxsakie virus
what causes a steeple sign on x-ray? parainfluenza/croup
what causes a thumb sign on x-ray epiglottitis - Hib
What is the treatment for HSV, VZV, and EBV acyclovir
what is the tx for CMV gangciclovir
what is the tx for CMV retinits foscarnet
What is IFN-alpha used for HCV, HBV, kaposi sarcoma
inhibits CMV DNA polymerase gangciclovir and foscarnet
used in tx for chronic hep C IFNalpha, ribavirin
blocks viral penetration and uncoating amantadine, ramantidine
treats both influenza A and B oseltamivir, zanamivir
second line for CMV retitinis Foscarnet
-sAg, +sAb, +cAb recovery
-sAg, -sAb, +cAb window period
+sAg, -sAb, +IgM cAb recent/acute infxn
+sAg, -sAb, +IgG cAb chronic infxn
-sAg, +sAb, -cAb immunized
Created by: kayjames



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