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1

What are the general requirement of viruses that enter the body through the GI tract?

2

What are the names of the different picornaviruses?

3

What are the general characteristics of enteroviruses?

4

What are the general differences between enteroviruses and rhinoviruses?

5

What is the genomic structure of picornaviruses?

6

Describe the replication of a picornavirus?

7

Describe the disease mechanisms associated with picornaviruses.

8

What are the general characteristics of the poliovirus?

9

Describe the probable outcomes associated with poliovirus infection.

10

Describe the progression of the poliovirus infection.

11

What are the advantages and disadvantages of inactivated poliovirus vaccines?

12

What are the advantages and disadvantages of live oral poliovirus vaccines?

13

What is the serum profile associated with inactivated poliovirus vaccines?

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What is the serum profile associated with live poliovirus vaccines?

15

What are some common manifestations of coxsackie and echovirus infections?

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What is pleurodynia?

18

What is herpangina?

19

What is the difference between these two images?

Left - normal

Right - myocarditis caused by coxsackie B

20

What are the characteristics of aseptic meningitis?

21

Describe the genomic structur of the reovirdide?

22

Describe the epidemiology of rotavirus.

23

What is the structure of the rotavirus?

24

Describe the classification of the rotavirus.

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Describe the replication of rotaviruses.

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Describe the transmission of the rotavirus.

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Describe the course of disease in rotavirus.

28

Describe the effect of rotavirus on the small intestine.

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What is the role of NSP4 in rotavirus?

30

Describe the pathophysiology associated with rotavirus.