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Tuberculosis

by Jeremy Brown, PhD
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    The lecture Tuberculosis by Jeremy Brown, PhD is from the course Infections of the Respiratory Tract.


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    1. Mycobacterium tuberculosis can be rapidly cultured in the laboratory.
    2. Mycobacterium tuberculosis dIoes do not have any environmental source.
    3. Mycobacterium tuberculosis is one of the most common causes of death worldwide due to bacteria
    4. Mycobacterium tuberculosis is an intracellular organism.
    5. Mycobacterium organisms that are related to M. tuberculosis are called non-tuberculous mycobacterium which is having the environment as a source.
    1. Mycobacterium avium intracellularae
    2. Mycobacterium bovis
    3. Mycobacterium africanus 1
    4. Mycobacterium africanus 2
    5. BCG
    1. Lipid
    2. Protein
    3. Mucopolysaccharide
    4. Mucin
    1. Droplet
    2. Direct contact
    3. Food
    4. Blood products
    5. Animals skin
    1. Mycobacterium tuberculosis is an extracellular pathogen
    2. Mycobacterium tuberculosis invades macrophages and diverts normal phagosome pathways .
    3. Mycobacterium tuberculosis helps spreads within the body and immune evasion .
    4. Mycobacterium acts as a persistent latent disease.
    5. Mycobacterium tuberculosis stimulates histological immunological hallmarks like granulomas.
    1. Macrophage
    2. Neutrophil
    3. Eosinophil
    4. Lymphocyte
    5. Monocyte
    1. Diverts the phagolysosome pathways.
    2. Secretion of cytokines that cause self-destruction of the immune cell causing attack on the Mycobacterium.
    3. Prevents the Mycobacterium organism from opsonization.
    4. Mycobacterium disguises itself to evade attack from the immune cell.
    5. Mycobacterium rushes into the cell that invades it.
    1. Granuloma formation
    2. Fibrosis of the lung
    3. Cavitation
    4. Angioinvasion
    5. Consolidation

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     Jeremy Brown, PhD

    Jeremy Brown, PhD


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