Microbiology Overview

DNA Viruses

Hepa-DNA-virus

- Hepatitis B

Herpes-virus

- CMV

- HSV1

- HSV2

- EBV

- VZV

- HHV6

- HHV7

- HHV8

Adenovirus

Parvo-virus

Papo-va-virus

- HPV

- JC

- BK

Pox-virus

RNA Viruses

Arena-virus

Bunya-virus

- California encephalitis

- Congo Hem. Fever

- Sand/Rift Valley Fever

- Hanta Virus

Cali-ci-virus

- Norwalk

- Hepatitis E

Corona-virus

Delta-virus

- Hepatitis D

Filo-virus

- Ebola

- Marburg

Flavi-virus

- St. louis Encephalitis

- Hepatitis C

- Dengue Fever

- Yellow Fever

- Zika

- West Nile Fever

Ortho-myxo-virus

- Influenza

Para-myxo-virus

- Para-influenza

- RSV

- Measles

- Mumps

Pico-RNA-virus

- Polio

- ECHO-virus

- Rhino-virus

- Coxsackie virus

- Hepatitis A

Reo-virus

- Colorado tick fever

- Rota virus

Retro-virus

- HIV/AIDS

- HTLV (T cell leukemia)

Rhabdo-virus

Gram (+) Cocci

Gram (+) Rods

Staph

Strept

Spirochetes

- Borrelia burgdorferi

- Borrelia recurrentis

- Leptospira interrogans

- Treponema pallidum

Chlamydia

- C. trachomatis

- C. psittaci

- C. pneumoniae

Rickettsiae

- PROWazekii

- Rickettsia

- Akari

- Tsutsugamushi

- Typhi

- Coxiella burnetti

- Anaplasma

- ROCHAlimaea

- Ehrlichia

  • canis

  • chaffeensis

Mycoplasma

- M. pneumoniae

- Ureaplasma urealyticum

- M. hominis

Fungal

Superficial

Cutaneous

Subcutaneous

Systemic

- Histoplasma Capsulatum

- Coccidioides Immitis

- Cryptococcus Neoformans

- Blastomycosis

- Paracoccidioidomycosis

Protozoa

Giardia lamblia

Entamoeba histolytica

Trichomonas vaginalis

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Malaria

- P. falciparum

- P. vivax

- P. ovale

- P. malariae

Leishmaniasis

- L. donovani

- L. braziliensis

- L. tropica

Trypanosomiasis

- T. brucei

- T. cruzi

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Cryptosporidium

Toxoplasma gondii

Helminths

Flukes

- Paragonimus westermani

- Clonorchis sinensis

- Schistosoma mansoni

- Enterobius vermicularis​

Round

- Strongyloides stercoralis

- Wuchereria bancrofti​

Tapeworm

- Taenia solium​

... but I would more especially commend the clinician who, in acute diseases, by which the bulk of mankind are cutoff, conducts the treatment better than others.
 
Hippocrates, 400 BC