Dr. Neal Chamberlain's lectures.
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Examinations: Sept. 23, Oct. 14, Nov. 2, all exams are at 8:00-9:50AM
Final Exam: Nov.15- 10:30AM-12:30PM
Return to Dr. Tritz's Lectures Oct. 29 Diagnosis of LRT infections 
Oct. 12 Bacterial sepsis with shock  Nov. 1 Pneumonia
Oct. 13 Plague, tularemia, epidemic hemorrhagic fever, cat-scratch fever, and rat-bite fever Nov. 2 Third Examination 8:00-9:50AM
Oct. 14 Second Examination 8:00-9:50AM Nov. 3 Pneumonia continued
Malaria, brucellosis, relapsing fever, mumps Nov. 4 Clinical Management Conference- Dr. Anderson- pneumonia
Oct. 18 Clinical Management Conference- Dr. Yates- An Osteopathic Approach to a Patient with an Infectious Disease Nov. 5 Pneumonia continued 
Oct. 19 Infectious mononucleosis, cytomegalovirus mononucleosis  Nov. 8 Urinary tract infections and prostatitis 
Oct. 20 Viral hepatitis Nov. 9 Sexually Transmitted diseases, Gonorrhea, PID and NGU
Oct. 21 Viral hepatitis, Quiz #6 Nov. 10 Sexually Transmitted diseases, Syphilis, Chancroid, Genital Herpes
Oct. 22 Clincal Management Conference- Dr. Noll- Infections in the elderly Nov. 11 Sexually Transmitted diseases, Genital Warts, LGV, Granuloma inguinale
Oct. 25 Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)  Nov. 12 Vaginitis, TSS, and other genitourinary tract infectons
Oct. 26 Introduction to Upper Respiratory Tract diseases (URT), Infections of the upper respiratory tract, Colds, Pharyngitis, Sinusitis. Nov. 15 Final Examination- 10:30-12:30PM
Oct. 27 Respiratory airway infections - croup, bronchitis, bronchiolitis, influenza, whooping cough  Take Care and Think Microbiologically!
Oct. 28 Introduction to lower respiratory tract (LRT) infections, Quiz #7-Quiz devoted to computerized case study.  SOAP notes due by 5:00PM on this day. Return to Dr. Tritz's Lectures
You will need to notify your state health department if you have a patient with one of these DISEASES.
These lecture notes were not written, and should not be used, as a substitute for the lecture. Notes are written without complete sentences and with many abbreviations. In my lectures I use many visuals which are NOT in these notes.

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