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Virus can either be

RNA or DNA but NEVER BOTH!

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BQ: Virus common to produce latent (recurrence) infections

Herpes viruses

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Herpes virus in Oral cavity (dormant in CN V)

HSV Type I

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Primary lesion of HSV Type 1
- small mouth ulcerations associated with fever and malaise

Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis

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Secondary lesion of HSV Type 1
- lip ulcerations

Herpes labialis

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Type of HSV in genitals (dormant in sacral ganglia)

HSV Type 2 - genital: Sacral ganglia

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DNA virus dormant in salivary glands

Cytomegalovirus

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Dna virus assoc with “BIHHN”

EBV: Epstein Barr Virus
“BIHHN”
- Burkitts lymphoma
- Infectious mononucleosis 💋
- Hodgkin’s lymphoma
- Hairy leukoplakia
- Nasopharyngeal carcinoma

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“non hodgkin’s lymphoma”
- B lymphocyte malignancy
- Has african endemic variant

Burkitt’s lymphoma

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(Kissing’s/mono) transferred through saliva. Caused by EBV and Cytomegalovirus

Infectious mononucleosis

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Histologic of Hodgkin’s lymphoma

Reed-sternberg cells (enlarged lymphocytes)

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White patches on tongue caused by EBV

Hairy leukoplakia

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Carcinoma on the nasopharynx

Nasopharyngeal carcinoma

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Virus dormant in the posterior root (sensory) ganglia of spinal cord

Varicella zoster virus

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Causative agent of Chicken pox

Varicella zoster

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Causative agent of Shingles

Herpes zoster

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Recurrent chicken pox

Shingles

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Chicken pox is commonly assoc with what disease that is characterized with HEPATOTOXICITY and ENCEPHALITIS

Reye’s syndrome
- hepatotoxicity and encephalitis

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Lesions in shingles typically follow a ___ which is an area of skin that is mainly supplied by a single spinal nerve

Shingles : DERMATOME
(Lesions are localized)

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Causative agent of Kaposi’s sarcoma

HHV 8: Human herpes virus 8

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One of the LARGEST and most complex vieus known but it is completely irradicated

Small pox / Variola

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Histologic inclusion bodies of Smallpox/Variola

Guarneri Bodies

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Virus that causes pharyngitis, pneumonia and conjunctivitis

Adenovirus

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Causes warts and cervical cancer

HPV: Human papilloma virus

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Smallest double stranded DNA virus

Hepadnavirus (Hepa B virus)

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Causes Hepatitis B

Hepadnavirus (Hepa B virus)

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BQ: Incubation period of Hepa B

6 to 8 weeks

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BQ: Only hepatitis virus that has DNA genome

Hepadnavirus (Hepa B virus)

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BQ: Most difficult microorg to be eliminated in sterilization (2)

**Hepadnavirus (Hepa B virus) - most difficult to!!!

Pero difficult din yung SPORES (bacillus/clostridium)

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Enzyme used by Hepadnavirus/Hepa B virus to allow viral replication

Reverse transcriptase