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definition of medical

microbiology hostparasite relationship types of pathogen


factors affecting pathogen
factors affecting
virulence endogenous

Normal microbial flora

Mycobacterium

Skin, respiratory tract,


mouth, stomach, intestine,
GUT

types infection

Xters- G, CC, Y, CC+VE

Xters- A, n(s+m)
MTB and MB
unique features- C, L, CO
pathogenesis;- IT-PAM-DP / G&N Ghon
diagnosis

Abscess, Acute infection,


Bacteremia, septicemia,
chronic, overt, focal,
latent, localized, mixed,
Nosocomial, pyogenic,
systemic toxemia,
zoonosis,

dss;- BC
virulence factor- BC, HLNP
Skin abscesis- HF-TNC-F-LCB
symptoms VCN
Diagnosis microscopy, Bhaemolysis

Pathogenesis

Streptococcus pyogens
pharyngitis FSST
scarlet fever- EBSR
streptococcus-toxic-shock
like syndrome FESGNR
peuperal fever UIB
skin infection ISL
Diagnosis TS swab,
alpha and beta
haemolysis, CO neg

Reservoir, transmitable,
attachment and
colonization, invasion,
growth and multiplication,
leaving the host
Kochs postulate
Virulence factors
Coagulase, collagenase,
DNAse, haemolysins,
hyaluronidase,
hydrogenperoxide,
streptokinase, leucocidin

staphylococcus

Streptococcus pneumonia
Xters G+ve, CP,C, exo
pathogenesis P-F-AI-2PRLP-PP-A-D
symptoms S-C-F-CP
diagnosis PE, CX

Histoplasma
XtersClinical presentation
SLPD-CLLFCN-LLE-WD
pathogenesis;- M-T(IY &
AM)-M(TNF)
ECG-CNC-LAC-LTC
diagnosis microscopy
Shigellosis
Spp DFSB
mode of transmission
4Fs
pathogenesis- FLE-HSE-UL
symptoms CDF-WS-D-EI
diagnosis
Travellers diarrhea
ETEC,EIEC,EPEC, EHE,
EAggEC, DAEC
diagnosis ;- MA, EMB,