Spirochetal Infections are caused by spiral shaped bacteria i.e. spirochete that fall under the category of Gram-Negative Bacteria. The diseases for which spirochete is responsible encompass syphilis, yaws, bejel, and pinta. The stages/phases of Lyme disease, leptospirosis, and relapsing fever is also conversed about. This V-Learning™ lecture also talks about fusospirochetal infections.
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Lecture Duration: 00:55:11
Released: September 2019
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Primary, secondary, and tertiary stages and manifestations of syphilis are delineated initially. Then comments are given on pathology of one of the Congenital Anomalies i.e. congenital syphilis which is passed during fetal development from mother suffering from syphilis to the child.
Then yaws, bejel, and pinta are discussed in succession under the heading of nonvenereal treponematoses. Likewise, early and late Lyme disease Infection is discussed which is disseminated through Blood to The Brain, heart, and Joints causing arthritis. Among the Spirochetal Diseases, leptospirosis also comes under consideration which is classified into two classes.
One is the anicteric leptospirosis which corresponds to the milder form of the disease, however, the other is the icteric leptospirosis which is the severe form of disease. Causative agent of relapsing fever is spirochete borrelia whose mode of transmission is through the bite of lice or ticks. Conclusive comments are given on the fusospirochetal infections.:
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