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21.4 Microbial Diseases of the Eye -- Part 2
The ameba was found in pools and hot tub because of low levels of water sterilizing.
The wearing of contact lenses has been associated with cases of organic molecule inside the inflatable.
Guidelines for sterilizing pool equipment without damage to the eye are vulnerable.
Damage to equipment is being developed.
Where it matters the most is where you study it.
The skin has sputum and perspiration.
The sputum and perspiration provide a source of nutrition for some organisms.
The cells of the body are lined with mucus.
The skin is a barrier.
Microorganisms that live on skin are resistant to desiccation.
The normal skin microbiota isn't completely removed by washing.
There is a waterproof coating on the outer portion of the skin.
The virus can remain in nerve cells and oil glands after being exposed to chickenpox.
There is a rash along the affected cause of dandruff.
The virus can be treated with a drug.
Cold sores and 1 cm are the result of a Herpes simplex infection.
Cold sores can recur when the virus is activated.
The majority of HSV-1 is transmitted by oral and respiratory routes.
There is a proven success in treating herpes encephalitis.
Measles can be transmitted by exfoliative toxins.
Vaccination provides long-term immunity.
Middle ear infections, coccal toxemias, and toxic shock pneumonia are some of the causes of the disease.
Streptococci are classified according to their hemolytic enzymes.
Group A beta-hemolytic streptococci produce a number of contracts during the first few weeks of the baby's life.
Vaccination with live rubel provides immunity.
Human parvoviruses B19 and HHV6 cause diseases.
Young children can get hand-foot-and-mouth disease.
The outer layer of the skin is affected by Fungi.
Inflammation is caused by fatty acids.
A wart is a benign growth on the skin that is caused by a soil fungus.
Warts can be spread by direct contact.
Warts can be removed or regressed.
The variola major and common cause of thrush are caused by the variola virus.
The respiratory route is where the smal pox is transmitted.
The smal pox has been eradicated because of a vaccine effort.
The vesicular rash is caused by the varicel a-zoster virus, which is transmitted by the respiratory route.
The mite burrows and lays eggs in the skin.
In unchlorinated swimming water, the eyelid and eyeball can be transmitted.
Trachoma can be transmitted by hands, fomites, and flies.
The upper respiratory tract is the cause of the disease.
The diseases are identified by the symptoms in the chart.
A patient has inflammatory skin.
The rod is found on the skin.
retinoids are often used to treat infections.
Gram-negative rods were found in the patient's rash.
Questions 1 and 2 can be answered using the following information.
The following information can be used to answer questions.
The data in the table was for the old boy who had a rash, a sore throat, and a cough.
He had a rash on his trunk, face, and arms.
A patient has an eye problem.
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