CH 23 Review Questions

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The highly specialized structure that protects the fetus from microorganisms is the Placenta
Congenital CMV infections are caused by Cytomegalovirus
The most common virus transmitted during pregnancy is Cytomegalovirus
A fetus infected with rubella virus produces which of the following antibodies that can then be detected in the umbilical cord IgM
The type of antibody that can cross the placenta is IgG
Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome is most common in Infants
Infectious mononucleosis most often occurs in Young adults
Almost half of all the STIs diagnosed in the US are among Young adults
Infectious diseases in the adult population are responsible for about one third of all deaths in individuals over the age of 65 years
All the following infections may recur during pregnancy except Streptococcal infections

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