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Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sikar Class- IX A Subject- Biology Topic- Details of human diseases
Malaria Pathogen:-Plasmodium falciparum Plasmodium falciparum
AIDS Pathogen:Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Symptoms: 1.Fever, Headache, Tiredness 2.Lack of energy,Weight loss,skin rashes 3.Loss of memory,Depression HIV virus
Tuberculosis Pathogen:-Mycobacterium tuberculosis Symptoms: L oss of weight, loss of energy, poor appetite, fever, productive cough, night sweats Mycobacterium tuberculosi s
Amoebiasis Pathogen:-Entamoeba histolytica Symptoms:- diarrhea to dysentery with blood and mucus in the stool Entamoeba histolytica
Tetanus Pathogen:- Clostridium tetani Symptoms:- mild spasms in the jaw muscles (lockjaw) chest, neck, back, and abdominal muscles spasm Irritability and weakness. Clostridium tetani
Polio Pathogen:-Polio virus Symptoms:- Breathing difficulty, Difficulty swallowing, Muscle pain and spasm, Paralysis Polio virus
Recapitulation Questions Question 1: Identify this pathogen.
Answer : Pathogen:-Entamoeba histolytica
Question 2: Which disease is caused by this virus?
Answer: This is HIV virus and it causes AIDS
Question 3: Tell the full form of AIDS.
Answer: Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome
Name : Indah Puspita Sari Stage : 12 th Science 2.
By Angus. Some of the symptoms are headache, Red eyes, Fever, lack of appetite, internal bleeding, muscle aches and weakness, aching joints Diarrhea,
Human Bacterial Diseases. Who do they affect? Bacteria cause half of all human diseases Bacteria cause half of all human diseases Bacteria are carried.
What is HIV? H- Human I – Immunodeficiency V – Virus.
COMMUNICABLE DISEASES Laura Meier. West Chester University. Fall 2011.
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T.B & HIV Quiz. T.B Questions 1.What is it caused by? 2.Risk Factors? 3.Symptoms of primary infection 4.Symptoms of active TB? 5.The fever experienced.
Patient: Carla Pennypacker Diagnosis: Chrons Disease.
Infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans.
Coming Soon to a Person Near You! Understanding Microbes and Disease By: Shirley Grimsley.
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Poliomyelitis Disorder Polio is a disorder caused by a viral infection (poliovirus) that can affect the whole body, including muscles and nerves. Severe.
Difference HIV - AIDS AIDS: AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) infection with the virus causes AIDS.
In your composition book… On page 84 (LEFT) answer the following question: What is microbiology?
Lesson 18. Common Ailments of the Respiratory System Common AilmentsCauseDescription 1. AsthmaTriggered by allergies: dust fumes and other air pollutants,
Clostridium is a bacteria that is found in the intestines of both healthy and unhealthy people A very dangerous bacteria Most commonly affects people.
Blood Borne Pathogens. Definition Pathogen A bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause disease.
READING Lesson 14. Read and translate the text Try to answer the following questions What is HIV? What is AIDS? How can you prevent HIV? HIV (human immunodeficiency.
Signs and Symptoms. Do you have or have you ever had __________? (Related to GI) abdominal distention abdominal pain abdominal rigidity bad breath belching.
Food Borne Presentation ChefTiffine. Brucella Brucella is the cause of brucellosis. It is caused by eating infected food, direct contact with a sick animal.
Infectious Disease Chapter 11, Section 3. Compare an infectious disease to a non-infectious disease. Diseases InfectiousNon- infectious Germs/ pathogens.
All About HIV…. BY: Keana Butler. So you say your infected with HIV??, Huh..what is it??? It’s a immunodeficiency virus that weakens the body immune system.
Examples of Viruses. Influenza Seasonal Influenza: Flu Basics Influenza (the flu) is contagious respiratory disorder. It can cause mild to severe illness,
What is HIV and AIDS? HIV: –Human immunodeficiency virus Leads to AIDS: –Acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
Preventable Disease All images from WikiMedia Commons.
yBCUM-ldw. HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. Some viruses, such as the ones that cause the common cold.
AWARENESS OF HIV AIDS GIMANDA NAHDIAH DIANA B.11.1.
Hodgkin's Disease HIV/AIDS. Hodgkin’s Disease Cancer of the lymphatic system (Chemotherapy/Radiation) S&S = Painless swelling of lymph nodes in.
Bacteria and Viruses 1 1. Eubacteria ________________________________ Cell wall contains peptidoglycan (carbohydrate) The cell wall protects them from.
HIV is Human Immunodeficiency Virus and when a person is infected with the virus, his or her body fluids e.g. blood, semen and vaginal secretions will.
HIV Influenza West Nile THE. What is a Virus? Virus ~ Infectious agent made up of a core of nucleic acid and a protein coat. Virus = Poison Not a living.
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Tuberculosis Kensey & Sadie. Causes Tuberculosis is caused by a germ called Mycobacterium Tuberculosis (TB) People with a weak immune system are more.
Mrs Teo CC (diagrams provided by Ms Angela Ng). Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) diseases passed on from an infected person to another person through.
HIV Human Immunodeficiency Virus. HIV Defined Human Immunodeficiency Virus HIV attacks specific cells of the immune system, disabling the body’s defenses.
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9.ATOD.1.4. Explain intravenous drug use and the possible risks Review common bloodborne diseases and possible complications List ways to reduce.
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