From Pathology Education Instructional Resource
- List the herpesviruses and their method of spread, describe their clinical settings and pathologic effects, and note whether each virus's genetic material is RNA or DNA.
- Relate varicella and herpes zoster, give the method of spread, and describe the clinical setting and course of each disorder as well as the histopathology.
- The nature of the disease, its histopathology, and treatment; note whether the virus's genetic material is RNA or DNA.
- List the enteroviruses, their method of spread, pathologic effect, and the clinical settings; note whether the virus's genetic material is RNA or DNA.
- Discuss poliomyelitis, give its incubation period, and describe its pathologic effects and clinical sequelae.
- Discuss the clinical features of viral hepatitis; list and compare its possible causes and outcomes.
- Be able to discuss the various antigens and antibodies used to diagnose the viral hepatitides.
- Define and compare chronic persistent and chronic active hepatitis.