GRAM POSITIVE COCCI Staphylococcus: Impetigo, folliculitis, toxic shock syndrome, food poisoning, bacteremia, osteomyelitis, endocarditis, urinary tract (UTI), others

Medfools Bacteriology a la chart for the USMLE I Adapted from notes from UCLA., with additional corny mnemonics impetigo, cellulitis, erysipelas, abcess, furuncle, carbuncle *Bacteremia/sepsis: hematogenous spread

Classification of Bacteria Gram Positive Cocci A: Impetigo, Endocarditis, Glomerulonephritis Group B- S. agalactiae- Normal flora of female genital tract causes neonatal sepsis and meningitis USMLE Step 2 Review Course

2010 First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 Official Updates, Corrections, and Clarifications Updated 06/10/10 Impetigo is incorrectly aligned in the Examples column; impetigo is an example of a crust, not a pustule. 389 TNF-α inhibitors

Communicable Disease Reference Chart for School Personnel . NOTE: THESE RECOMMENDATIONS APPLY ONLY TO SHOOL-AGED CHILDREN Impetigo: Multiple skin lesions usually of exposed area (e.g., elbows, legs, and knees), but may involve any area.

PINION Streptococcal skin infection and rheumatic heart disease Tom Parksa, Pierre R. Smeestersb,c, and Andrew C. Steerc,d Purpose of review In resource-limited tropical settings, both impetigo and rheumatic disease are endemic. The major cause of

USMLE Review Bacteriology Part 2a Spring 2008 S. James Booth, Ph.D. • Impetigo – glomerulonephritis •Erysipelas • Cellulitis (#1 w/Staph. aureus [NEJM 347:831. 2002]) • Necrotizing fasciitis • Bacteremia • Streptococcal toxic shock

USMLE STEP 2 & 3 YALE GONG, MD With the first edition of this book in the USMLE market for the past two years, (cellulitis, impetigo), meningitis, endocarditis, osteomyelitis, and septic arthritis. Methicillin is rarely used clinically due to its renal toxicity.

TABLE OF CONTENTS BY ORGAN SYSTEMS GENERAL SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS 2.41. Edema 2.43. Epistaxis 2.45. Fatigue 2.46. Fever 3.183. Obesity 2.115 Impetigo 3.138. Infectious arthritis 3.140. Influenza 3.152. Legionnaires’ disease 3.155. Listeriosis 3.158.

2010 First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 Official Updates, Corrections, and Clarifications Updated 03/5/10 Impetigo is incorrectly aligned in the Examples column; impetigo is an example of a crust, not a pustule. 482 Pregnancy

Reynolds Geriatrics Series • USMLE Step 2CK Prep : Episode Title & Question Number “Shingles are Not Just for Roofs,” based on Question 30 of the 2010 USMLE Impetigo (C) Pyoderma gangrenosum (D) Syphilis (E) Systemic lupus erythematosus .

ASTER's USMLE Step3 Notes. Recommended Study Material for Step3. Textbooks. 1.Crush the Boards [5 days] Impetigo: Staph. or Strep. [Bullous – Staph.] Coxsackie A16: Hand Foot Mouth Disease. Pitryasis rosea: Herald Patch. PNEUMONIA. 2 wks: GBS.

(impetigo, follliculitis, furuncles, wound infection, cellulitis, fascitis), deep infections (endocarditis, osteomyelitis, nosocomial pneumonia, IV-cath related bacteremia)

5 Heart Block *6 Low Complement Hookworm 1 dose Tx for Chlamydia (LSD Loves Company) Associated Nephrotic – Necatur Americanis – Azithromycin Must switch to a positive Cause Dysguzia lymphangitis, impetigo, stranded before it can – Metronidazole necrotizing faceitis, erysipelas,

Skin infections (impetigo or pyoderma), scarlet fever (skin rash, fever, nausea), toxic shock, septicemia and necrotizing fasciitis. GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY FACT SHEET Pathogen Genus species Disease Risk Group Host Range ransmission Signs &

Impetigo.. 91 Erythrasma A.W.A. Halim, Passing the USMLE, DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-68984-5_1, Springer ScienceþBusiness Media, LLC 2009 1. NEPHRO-AND URETERO-LITHIASIS 35

Communicable Disease Reference Chart for School Personnel . NOTE: THESE RECOMMENDATIONS APPLY ONLY TO SHOOL-AGED CHILDREN Impetigo: Multiple skin lesions usually of exposed area (e.g., elbows, legs, and knees), but may involve any area.

USMLE disease sub- category USMLE sub ID, IC, MS Infection (cellulitis, impetigo, abscess) FM, Surg, Geri Mycoses (tinea, candida) ID, MS Viral wart, FM ID Chronic/decubitus ulcer Geri ID, MS Viral exanthem/enanthem, FM, Peds Neoplasms Squamous cell carcinoma; melanoma; basal cell

Fairhurst a la chart. Kendensed bacteriology notes for USMLE I. Adapted from notes by Rick Fairhurst, M.D. Ph.D., with additional corny mnemonics

A.W.A. Halim, Passing the USMLE, DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-68984-5_2, Springer ScienceþBusiness Media, LLC 2009 87. a bullous form of impetigo. 2. If impetigo becomes deep enough to cause ulceration, it is called ecthyma. Erythrasma

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