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In addition to retrograde propagation of the latent virus in the peripheral ganglion, reactivation of latent virus within the brain has also been postulated in cases of encephalitis. in SAH u ll find blood usually after 4 hours and then xanthocrome upto 2 wks(if pt comes late) after incidence. The dependence on route of delivery indicates that the infection is acquired during passage through the birth canal rather than transplacentally. Manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline and marketed as Zovirax, it comes in liquid, capsule and tablet forms. One symptom that distinquishes gonorrhea from genital herpes is discharge from the vagina or penis. The acute phase of HIV infection has nonspecific symptoms. On examination she has bilateral cervical lymphadenopathy.

She has taken sertraline, 100 mg daily, for depression for 2 years. so what do u say abt this?? A 25-year-old man with a history of intravenous drug use comes to the emergency department because of a progressive diffuse headache, generalized malaise, and low-grade fever for 2 months. 17. A)B lymphocytes B )Cytotoxic T lymphocytes C ) Eosinophils D) Macrophages E )Mast cell F)Neutrophils …….B-is wrong….plz.answer…… and …..explain………thanks…… arbovirus C. 1.

8. During breakfast, he stopped eating and asked his wife the day’s date and plans for the day. The Glasgow Coma Scale score is 6. All rights reserved. eye, and an unusually large pupil. When 1 of 2 viruses that infect the cell has a mutation that results in a nonfunctional protein. About seventy percent of neonatal HSV infections are caused by HSV type II (herpes genitalis), which is most commonly aquired during vaginal delivery by contact with secretions in the infected birth canal.

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Double Stranded (except parvo) 3. Question 5 – This has to be B. Lethargy, CONFUSION, coma, and focal neurologic deficits (cranial nerve deficits, accentuated DTRs) may also be present. Now is a great time to make one. Promptly treated, he is admitted to the neurology ward, where a CT scan of the head reveals bilateral hemorrhage in the temporal lobes. See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.

lacking most T- and B-cell markers). Thanks for your time 5. Now is a great time to make one. visual field testing – enlargement of blind spots. they taste ok, but not as good as a couple of days ago…. During the next 7 days, no cytopathic effects (CPEs) are observed. Resistant strains lack thymidine kinase the enzyme involved in the viral-specific phosphorylation of acyclovir.

The spread from thumb to shoulder takes about 20 seconds. Vitals normal. Spongiosis – epidermal accumulation of edematous fluid in the intercellular spaces. Main cause is via Herpes Simplex Virus. She has been hospitalized three times for exacerbation of asthma; the most recent hospitalization was 3 months ago. There is no guideline to do PT/PTT before LP in general risk patients. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?

The etiologic agent is a virus transmitted to humans by the bite of a rabid dog or other animal. You will be required to select one answer for each item in the set. Simple Ovarian Cyst with torsion: Pelvic USG, IV Morphine, Phenergan, Laparoscopy. To add more difficulty they typically give a pneumonia-like or flu-like syndrome and inhalational mode of transmission both can be seen in all of these infections! Condyloma acuminata (venereal wart) of the penis due to human papilloma virus: Note the fern-like appearance of the lesion. Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. AUGUST 2, 2013 / SALIM REZAIEIn keeping with the popularity of the high-yield pearls posts from nephrology, I decided to write a post giving you my 5 high-yield infectious disease (ID) pearls, beneficial for your clinical practice and ABIM exam preparation.

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