Portal:Questions for final examination in Infectology (1. LF UK, GM)

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  1. Staphylococcal infections including toxic shock syndrome
  2. Infections due to group B streptococci, enterococci, and viridans streptococci
  3. Pneumococcal infections
  4. Scarlet fever and toxic shock syndrome
  5. Erysipelas, cellulitis and necrotizing fasciitis
  6. Streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis
  7. Diphtheria and differential diagnosis of acute tonsillopharyngitis
  8. Listerial infections
  9. Diseases caused by food-borne enterotoxins ("food poisoning") and botulism
  10. Tetanus including prevention and prophylaxis
  11. Pseudomembranous colitis
  12. Infections due to Haemophilus influenzae and H. parainfluenzae
  13. Cholera and infections due to non-cholera Vibrio
  14. Campylobacteriosis and infections due to Yersinia enterocolitica
  15. Pertussis and related diseases
  16. Legionnaires´ disease and related illnesses
  17. Salmonellosis and shigellosis
  18. Typhoid fever and related enteric fevers
  19. Infections due to Escherichia coli
  20. Plague, anthrax and brucellosis
  21. Anaerobic soft-tissue infections
  22. Mycobacteriosis and actinomycosis
  23. Leptospirosis and infections due to hantavirus
  24. Lyme disease
  25. Tularemia
  26. Chlamydia infections
  27. Rickettsiosis and ehrlichiosis
  28. Mycoplasma infections
  29. Infections due to herpes simplex virus type 1 and 2
  30. Infections due to varicella-zoster virus
  31. Infectious mononucleosis
  32. Infections due to cytomegalovirus
  33. Mumps
  34. Measles and rubella
  35. Fifth disease and roseola infantum
  36. Infections due to enteroviruses including acute poliomyelitis
  37. Influenza and parainfluenza
  38. Rabies including prevention and prophylaxis
  39. Tick-borne encephalitis and other arboviral encephalitides
  40. Dengue fever, chikungunya and yellow fever
  41. Epidemiologiy of viral hepatitis including prevention and prophylaxis
  42. Symptoms, signs and laboratory features of viral hepatitis
  43. Liver injury in infectious diseases (excluding viral hepatitis)
  44. Epidemiologic features of HIV infection and follow-up of HIV positive patients
  45. Natural history of HIV infection
  46. Opportunistic infections and neoplasms in persons with AIDS
  47. Viral diarrhoeal diseases
  48. Candidiasis
  49. Cryptococcosis, aspergillosis and pneumocystosis
  50. Amoebiasis, giardiasis and cryptosporidiasis
  51. Malaria
  52. Toxoplasmosis and toxocariasis
  53. Leishmaniasis and schistosomiasis
  54. Enterobiasis, ascariasis, taenioses and trichinellosis
  55. Sepsis and septic shock
  56. Kawasaki syndrome
  57. Infective endocarditis
  58. Infections in i.v. drug users
  59. Infectious diseases in intensive care
  60. Meningism, lumbar puncture and CSF examination
  61. Meningitis in newborns and infants
  62. Purulent meningitis in adult patients
  63. Invasive meningococcal infections
  64. Aseptic meningitis and acute meningoencephalitis
  65. Guillain-Barré syndrome
  66. Upper respiratory tract infections (excluding influenza)
  67. Acute epiglotitis and subglottic laryngitis
  68. Community-acquired pneumonia - etiology and treatment
  69. Atypical pneumonia
  70. Diagnosis and therapy of urinary tract infections
  71. Infections in patients with neutropenia, complement deficiency and asplenia
  72. Infections in patients with cellular and humoral imunodeficiency
  73. Congenital and perinatal infections (TORCH)
  74. Infections in pregnancy, elderly and patients with diabetes mellitus
  75. Nosocomial infections and bacteria multiresistant to antibiotics
  76. Traveler´s diarrhea and prevention of food-borne infections in tropics and subtropics
  77. Disease prevention in travelers (including recommended vaccinations)
  78. Erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, erythema nodosum
  79. Fever and its treatment strategy
  80. Fever of unknown origin - FUO (etiology and work-up)
  81. Differential diagnosis of febrile illness in tropical and subtropical areas
  82. Differential diagnosis of maculopapular rash
  83. Differential diagnosis of vesiculopustulous rash
  84. Differential diagnosis of adenopathy
  85. Differential diagnosis of jaundice
  86. Oral manifestations of infectious diseases
  87. Laboratory inflammatory markers
  88. Collection and interpretation of blood culture
  89. Biological weapons and bioterrorism (small pox, anthrax, lassa, ebola)
  90. Management of health care in ID department including highly dangerous infections
  91. Basic principles of the antiinfectious immunity
  92. Routine vaccination schedule
  93. Immunizations in high-risk persons and during outbreaks
  94. Human Igs in treatment of infectious diseases
  95. Principles of empiric antimicrobial therapy
  96. Natural penicillins
  97. Broad-spectrum penicillins and carbapenems
  98. Cephalosporins
  99. Macrolides and azalides
  100. Lincosamides
  101. Tetracyclines, tigecycline and chloramphenicol
  102. Aminoglycosides
  103. Quinolones and nitrofurantoin
  104. Sulfonamides and trimethoprim
  105. Rifamycine, glycopeptides and linezolid
  106. Metronidazole, mebendazole, fluconazole, amphotericinB
  107. Anti-staphylococcal drugs
  108. Antiviral therapy of herpetic infections and influenza
  109. Antiviral therapy of viral hepatitis and HIV disease
  110. Interferon and steroids in therapy of infectious diseases