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Top layer of skin

epidermis

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mid layer of skin

dermis

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inner layer

subcutaneous

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Staph, corynebacterium, yeasts

Normal flora of the skin

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yeast

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corynebacterium

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Cutibacterium acnes

Acne

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aerotolerant anaerobic gram positive rod

Acne gram reaction

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exfoliatin

Staph aureus toxin for scalded skin syndrome

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positive cocci positive positive no yes Beta

Staph aureus gram reaction, morphology, catalase, coagulase, growth on MAC CNA, hemolysis pattern

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staph aureus, strep pyogenes

Pyoderma bacteria

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group A neg beta

strep pyogenes: is what group catalase hemolysis

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puss filled

what does purulent exudates mean

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staph aureus and group A strep

Impetigo bitches

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group A strep strep pyogenes

Erysipelas cause

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cellulitis, bright red skin, fever

Erysipelas symptoms

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Erythrogenic or pyrogenic exotoxin

What does group A strep contain that causes scarlet fever

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Group A strep- strep pyogenes

Necrotizing fasciitis and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome caused by

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extensive tissue destruction, comes into body from open wounds

Necrotizing fasciitis

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-tissue necrosis, shock, renal failure -from wounds due to surgery or trauma -causes a dangerous drop in BP, shock, damage in kidneys, liver and lungs -the toxin makes it difficult to treat

Streptococcal toxic shock syndrome

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mycobacterium spp

Acid fast bacilli

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mycobacterium spp

Use acid fast staining for

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mycobacterium leprae

Leprosy or Hansen's disease

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transmitted by respiratory droplets high ID50 long incubation period loss of sensory perception in affected area

Mycobacterium leprae

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Bacillus anthracis

Anthrax

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gram positive rod, spore former lesions, malignant pustule contract from contact with animals-farmer, hunter

bacillus anthracis morphology

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Human papillomavirus

Warts

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variola virus

Smallpox

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fevers, chills, myalgia, lesions in the epidermis respiratory route

symptoms of smallpox

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varicella-zoster virus human herpes virus 3 vesicular rash starts on the face acquired via inhalation of virus

Chickenpox

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reactivated chickenpox due to immunosuppression pain followed by lesions

Shingles

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