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Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
In this lecture ´´Viral Foodborne and Direct Contact Diseases´´ are explained. Section one is about ´´Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)´´. In the beginning, an overview of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is given. Then educator talks about HIV infection by region. This is followed by explanation of HIV infection. After that HIV life cycle is discussed. The educator further elaborates the serological pattern of HIV infection. Moving onward, stages of HIV infection are pursued. Subsequently, HIV opportunistic infection comes under consideration. Following this, TB and HIV co-infection is discussed. Afterwards, diagnosis - the fourth stage of infection is carried out. Then the types of HIV diagnostic tests are explained. In the end of this section information about treatment is revealed along with HIV vaccine.
Cold Sores and Common Cold
Section two is about ‘’Cold Sores and Common Cold’’. Initially, educator talk about cold sores or herpes. The discussion continues on HSV - replication. This is followed by HSV virulence. The next subject of explanation is common cold. Along with this sources of common cold are reported. Lastly, complications of common cold are highlighted.
Other Direct Contact Diseases
Section three is about ‘’Other Direct Contact Diseases’’. This section is started by the explanation of cytomegalovirus inclusion disease. After that educator gives information about cytomegalovirus. Then cytomegalovirus-genetic engineering is discussed. Following this, human herpesvirus 6 infection comes under consideration. Likewise, human parvovirus b19 infection is explained. Later on, human parvovirus b19 is discussed. In the end of this section, mononucleosis (infectious) is thoroughly elaborated.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Section four is about ‘’Sexually Transmitted Diseases’’. Educator's prime focus is the elucidation of hepatitis. At first, hepatitis B is discussed. This is followed by hepatitis C. Then comparative explanation continues on characteristic properties of hepatitis. Furthermore, warts are focused. In the end, genital herpes comes under consideration.
Food and Water Borne Diseases
Section five is about ‘’Food and Water Borne Diseases’’. In the beginning of this section, food-borne and waterborne diseases are discussed. After that gastroenteritis (viral) is explained. Then hepatitis A is focused. Following this, hepatitis E is pursued. Finally, comprehensive explanation of poliomyelitis is given by the educator.