Ch. 14 Terms
Last Modified: 2011-12-03
Related Textbooks:Microbiology: A Human Perspective w/ARIS bind in card
- must be present in every case of disease
- must be isolated from diseased host and grown in pure culture
- from pure culture must cause disease when inoculated into lab animal
- must be isolated from inoculated animal and shown to be original organism
ex) chickenpox, measles, genital herpes, typhoid fever, tuberculosis
ex) chickenpox, measles
ex) tetanus (Clostridium tetani)
ex) typhoid fever in the US
ex) common cold
ex) sometimes influenza, AIDS
ex) infectious mononucleosis, tuberculosis, hepatitis B
ex) subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (rare brain disease characterized by diminished intellectual function and loss of nervous function)
ex) shingles (caused by varicella virus)
ex) boils, abscesses
ex) can arise from infections in areas such as teeth, tonsils, or sinuses
ex) occurs in tetanus
ex) Pneumocystis pneumonia as a consequence of AIDS
ex) Poliovirus, hepatitis A virus (can be carried by people who never develop the illness)
ex) gender (f = UTI; m = pneumonia/meningitis)
ex) rabies, lyme disease
ex) touching, kissing, sexual intercourse
ex) droplets in air from coughing, sneezing, laughing, talking that cause influenza, pneumonia, pertussis [whooping cough]
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