Fill in the table “Viruses and Viral Diseases”
April 26, 2020
||Affected areas of the body
||Microvirus of one of the three types A, B, C
||Respiratory tract, epithelium lining the trachea and bronchi.
||Smallpox virus. (DNA – containing the virus).
||Airways, then skin.
||Drip infection (possibly contact transmission through wounds).
(RNA – containing the virus).
|The respiratory tract from the oral cavity to the bronchi, then the transition to the skin and intestines.
||Respiratory tract, cervical lymph nodes, eyes, skin.
||A variety of viruses.
||The respiratory tract, usually only the upper.
||Polio virus (RNA-containing).
||Throat and intestines, then blood; sometimes motor neurons of the spinal cord.
| Arthropod-borne virus
||Blood vessels and liver.
||Carriers are arthropods, such as ticks and mosquitoes.
||The respiratory tract, then the infection spreads throughout the body through the blood.
||Drip infection or contact transmission through the mouth with infectious saliva.
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