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1

Categorize the different types of Streptococcus based on their hemolytic ability.

2

How is S. pyogenes transferred?

Respiratory droplets or direct contact

3

What are the characteristics of acute streptococcal pharyngitis?

4

What are the characteristics of Scarlet Fever?

5

What is the difference between impetigo and erysipelas?

6

What are the different S. pyogenes Virulence factors?

M-protein

7

How would you treat Group A Strep?

8

How could you make a diagnosis of Strep Throat?

9

How will Group B Strep present in adults?

10

How will GBS present in Neonates?

11

What are the different Virulence factors of GBS?

12

What is the treatment and prevention of GBS?

13

What are the characteristics of Viridans Streptococci?

14

What are the characteristics of S. pneumoniae?

15

What are the clinical manifestations of S. pneumo?

16

How will a patient with S. pneumo pneumonia present in clinic?

17

What are the Strep Pneumo Virulence factors?

18

What are the S. pneumo toxins?

19

How does S. pneumo react to bile and optochin?

20

How can you make a diagnosis of S. pneumo?

21

How would you treat S. pneumo?

22

What are the vaccines against S. pneumo?

23

What are the characteristics of Enterococcus?

24

Describe the epidemiology of Enterococcus.

25

What are the virulence factors of Enterococcus?

26

What are the laboratory tests for Enterococcus?

27

What is the treatment for enterococcus?