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abstract Rabies 2010
Rabies. pathogenesis. symptoms and course. diagnosis and differential diagnosis. prevention. Rabies (rabies, lyssa, hydrophobia) - a viral disease that occurs with severe damage to the nervous system and ends, as a rule, fatal. The disease is known to mankind for several millennia. First described by C. Celsus in the I century. n er In 1885, L. Pasteur received and successfully used the vaccine to rescue people bitten by rabid animals. The viral nature of the disease was proved in 1903 by P. Remlenzhe.
abstract Deadly diseases 2010
Consists of 21 pages. It includes the following diseases: AIDS, Tuberculosis, Venereal diseases (syphilis, gonorrhea), Anthrax, Typhus, Botkin's disease, Cholera, Plague, Diphtheria, Influenza (swine, avian).

Lectures Lectures on infectious diseases 2009
Brucellosis, Typhoid and paratyphoid fever, Herpes virus infections, yersiniosis, infectious mononucleosis, leptospirosis, protozoal invasions of the intestine, anthrax, cholera
abstract HIV infection and AIDS 2009
Introduction Definition of AIDS Background HIV discovery history HIV transmission HIV pathogenesis and clinical presentation Clinical manifestations AIDS - associated complex Manifestation of AIDS Features of infection and illness of children Treatment Vaccine development opportunities Statistics Conclusion
Crib Spurs for the exam on infectious diseases 2009
Answers to the exam for infection in 2010 9 p. Contents: PET, salmonellosis, cholera, shigellosis, typhoid fever, yersiniosis, botulism, viral hepatitis, HFRS, leptospirosis, tularemia, erysipelas, and more.
abstract Bacterial sexually transmitted infections 2009
INTRODUCTION Sexually transmitted bacterial infections Syphilis Gonorrhea Chlamydia Gardnerellosis Methods for the individual prevention of sexually transmitted diseases Conclusion. List of used literature.
Test Pediatric infectious diseases 2009
Examination work on the anatomy, lists of children's infectious diseases (diphtheria, whooping cough, measles, rubella, scarlet fever, feline pox, parotitis, viral hepatitis, tuberculosis, SARS: adenovirus infections, influenza and parainfluenza). Characteristics of each disease, pathogens, complications, course, prevention.
abstract Chronic obstructive bronchitis 2009
Contents Introduction 1. The clinical picture of chronic bronchitis 2. Diagnosis of COPD 3. Prevention and treatment of chronic obstructive bronchitis Conclusion References
abstract HIV infection 2009
Introduction Definition of aids. History of the discovery of HIV. Features of the causative agent of AIDS. New variants of the virus Aids. The structure of the HIV viral particle. The structure of the genome and the expression of HIV genes. Theories of the origin of HIV. HIV Transmission Co-factors of HIV infection. Pathogenesis and clinic of HIV infection. Human immunodeficiency virus type 2 (HIV-2). Diagnosis of HIV infection. Treatment. Vaccine development opportunities. Conclusion List of used literature.
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