Communicable Diseases in India

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Fill-in the letter corresponding to the disease which manifests the stated characteristics:

A. Varicella____Major risk for fetus: demise, IUGR, cardiac, eye and ear defects.

B. Coxsackie____Mumps, with complications of orchitis, unilateral deafness

C. Diptheria____A gram positive diplococcus causes pneumonia, OM,bacteremia & meningigits. D. Erythema Infectiousum____Whooping cough; paroxysmal cough, esp nocturnal.

E. HIB ____Epstein-Barr virus; herpes group. Accompanied by hepatosplenomegaly,
Fever, tonsillitis, lymphadenopathy.
F. Lyme Disease____Fifth’s Disease; slapped cheeks. Not contagious after the rash appears;
Assoc. with fetal demise with exposure in first trimester. G. Rubeola____Erythema Migrans; often in the groin, axilla, thigh.

H. Mononucleosis____Haemophilus Influenza Type B; a bacteria that causes respiratory illness, OM, sepsis, epiglottitis, pneumonia, bronchitis. I. Parotitis____Causes common cold, pharyngitis, pneumonia, hand, foot and mouth disease, and herpangina. J. Pertussis____Incubation period 14-21 days;tear drop on a rose petal; contagious until crusted over. K. Pneumococcus____Characteristic membraneous lesion covers posterior pharynx and tonsils; resp. distress. L. Poliomyelitis____Parasitic infection transmitted during nocturnal blood meal; non-specific symptoms. Associated with cyclic fevers Q 48-72 hrs. M. Rabies____Prodromal phase with fever, cough, coryza, Koplik spots and maculopapular rash. N. Rocky Mtn. Spotted Fever ____Attacks the nervous system causing paralysis, lock jaw and respiratory diffic.; no medic to treat it. O. Roseola ____Infected saliva from affected host; affects CNS and salivary glands.

P. Rubella ____High fever 2-3 wks, malaise, myalgia, HA, chills, conjunctival infection;...
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