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UNIT 3 study guide. The information in this is study guide is provided in order to guide you during your preparation for the exam. I provided as much detail as I could to help you prepare for the exam. I WILL NOT TAKE THIS STUDY GUIDE FOR EXTRA CREDIT. Instead, there is a chart at the end of this document. You must complete 100% of the chart and bring it on the day of the review. I will take the completed chart for extra credit. Good luck. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Know the difference between S. aureus and S. pyogenes Know the mechanism of action for cellulitis, impetigo, SSSS Know all of the stages for maculopapular rashes Be able to identify them using clinical cases Know the difference in disease between chickenpox and smallpox Know the disease causing agent for all of the diseases ( the scientific name, the disease it causes and is it a virus, bacteria, protozoan etc) 7. Know the transmission route for all of the diseases 8. Understand the pathogenesis behind each disease for all of them (do not neglect any diseases) 9. Understand nervous system anatomy, skin anatomy and cardio • CSF • Layers of the meninges • CNS vs PNS • Blood brain barrier • Microglia • Astrocytes • Dermis • Epidermis • Function of lymph • 10. Know for which diseases we have vaccines 11. Know the treatment options (not name) for tetanus, botulism, Rabies, HIV, bacterial infections… Is it an antibiotic, or antiviral, or self-limiting, is there a vaccine? 12. Understand the mechanism of action for botulism and tetanus • Transmission of botulism for baby vs. adult 13. Know what meningitis,, meningoencephalitis and encephalitis is 14. Be able to identify symptoms of meningitis from and adult and the baby 15. Know the toxin (endo or exo) mediated diseases and the causing organisms that we discussed 16. Understand the disease causing agents for meningitis by age groups and the order 17. Know your AIDS defining illnesses (just the names) 18. Know the 3 stages of AIDS • What happens to the viral load vs. cd4+ count in each stage and etc. 19. Understand the pathogenesis behind malaria. (how it leads to disease) 20. Know the replication cycle for malaria 21. Know the vector that transmits lyme’s, malaria, arboviruses 22. Know the animals that can carry rabies 23. Know the general symptoms for diseases we went over 24. Know the anatomy of the cardiac system 25. Understand endocarditis 26. Understand the HIV • The enzyme • Replication cycle • Infection stages • Treatment 27. Know the difference between viremia, sepsis, bacteremia, septic shock 28. Understand HART therapy • Is it Combination therapy vs monotherapy • Why do we need so many drugs? • Why can’t we cure HIV PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING CHART FOR THE EXTRA CREDIT. Go back and read that sentence again. Did you notice how I underlined “complete” That means, fully complete not 90% or 50% complete, but 100% complete for extra credit. Again, I will not take the study guide for extra credit, ONLY this chart. Organism (I abbreviate the genus names, but you have to know them) S. aureus S. pyogenes S. pnemoniae Rubella Rubeola Roseola Varicella Zoster Variola Parvovirus B19 N. meningitides E. coli Listeria monocytogenes S. agalactiae Arbovirus Herpes Simplex 1 and 2 Acanthamoeba Type (bacteria, virus, fungi, and protozoa? Route of Transmission (Respiratory droplets, ingestion, aerosolized, fecal oral, penetration? Disease name (note: many of them cause several disease, it is important that you know all of them, ex: S. aureus causes endocarditis, and skin disease) Pathogenesis/MOA What does the microbe do in order to cause disease? Release toxins? Target dorsal or ventral neurons? Prevent NT release? Break down epidermis? These are just examples. Treatment options Selflimiting or do we have vaccines? Post exposure or acquired immunity? Don’t memorize drugs. Naegleria fowleri Enterovirus HIV Plasmodium vivax Plasmodium ovale Plasmodium falciparum Plasmodium malariae Toxoplasma gondii Prions Clostridium tetani Clostridium botulinum Haemophilus influenza Cryptococcus neofromans Cocciodies imitis Leishmania donovani Bacillus anthracis Picornavirus Rabies Yersnia pestis S. viridans Francisella tullarensis Borrelia burgdorferi Epstein Bar virus Yellow Fever Dengue Ebola Brucella species Coxiella burnetii Bartonella henslae Rickettsia Rickettsii Dermatophytes

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ProfCal
School: UT Austin

hey here is your assignment, i managed to complete by filling the chart

UNIT 3 study guide.
The information in this is study guide is provided in order to guide you during your preparation
for the exam. I provided as much detail as I could to help you prepare for the exam.

I WILL NOT TAKE THIS STUDY GUIDE FOR EXTRA CREDIT.
Instead, there is a chart at the end of this document. You must complete 100% of the chart and
bring it on the day of the review. I will take the completed chart for extra credit.
Good luck.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Know the difference between S. aureus and S. pyogenes
Know the mechanism of action for cellulitis, impetigo, SSSS
Know all of the stages for maculopapular rashes
Be able to identify them using clinical cases
Know the difference in disease between chickenpox and smallpox
Know the disease causing agent for all of the diseases ( the scientific name, the disease it
causes and is it a virus, bacteria, protozoan etc)
7. Know the transmission route for all of the diseases
8. Understand the pathogenesis behind each disease for all of them (do not neglect any
diseases)
9. Understand nervous system anatomy, skin anatomy and cardio
• CSF
• Layers of the meninges
• CNS vs PNS
• Blood brain barrier
• Microglia
• Astrocytes
• Dermis
• Epidermis
• Function of lymph

10. Know for which diseases we have vaccines
11. Know the treatment options (not name) for tetanus, botulism, Rabies, HIV, bacterial
infections… Is it an antibiotic, or antiviral, or self-limiting, is there a vaccine?
12. Understand the mechanism of action for botulism and tetanus
• Transmission of botulism for baby vs. adult
13. Know what meningitis,, meningoencephalitis and encephalitis is
14. Be able to identify symptoms of meningitis from and adult and the baby
15. Know the toxin (endo or exo) mediated diseases and the causing organisms that we
discussed
16. Understand the disease causing agents for meningitis by age groups and the order
17. Know your AIDS defining illnesses (just the names)
18. Know the 3 stages of AIDS
• What happens to the viral load vs. cd4+ count in each stage and etc.

19. Understand the pathogenesis behind malaria. (how it leads to disease)
20. Know the replication cycle for malaria
21. K...

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