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                            STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS “Golden Staff of Moses”
GENUS: STAPHYLOCOCCUS “Beauty and the Plumber”
STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES (GROUP A) “THE PIE GENIES’ BAKERY”
STREPTOCOCCUS AGALACTIAE (GROUP B) “A Galactic Baby”
GENUS: STREPTOCOCCUS “The alpha knight tournament”
GENUS: ENTEROCOCCUS (Group D Strep) “Protest at the Caucus”
GENUS: BACILLUS “King Anthra’s Axe”
CLOSTRIDIUM TETANI “Rhesus Research Revolution”
CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULINUM “Robotulism”
GENUS: CLOSTRIDIUM – SPECIES: DIFFICILE “Field Trip to the Chocolate Factory”
CLOSTRIDUM PERFRINGENS “Private Ringen’s Motorcycle Crash”
CORYNEBACTERIUM DIPHTHERIAE “Corazon de la Corrida”
LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES “Santa’s List”
ACTINOMYCES ISRAELI “Israeli Soldier”
GENUS: NOCARDIA “No Card Game for Old Men”
GENUS: NEISSERIA “Noir Series”
NEISSERIA MENINGITIDIS “A Shocking Death on Campus”
NEISSERIA GONORRHOEAE “The Violinist’s Last Clap”
Enterobacter cloacae, Serratia marcescens, and KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAE
GENUS: SALMONELLA “Salmon Dinner”
GENUS: SHIGELLA “She-Gorilla Circus”
GENUS: ESCHERICHIA “E. cola’s Soda Fountain”
GENUS: YERSINA “Yersin and his Pets”
GENUS: CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI “Camping Guy and the Bears”
GENUS: VIBRIO “Colonel Cholera’s Base cAMP”
GENUS: HELICOPACTER; SPECIES: PYLORI “Helicopter Pilot”
PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA “The Suitors of Pseudo Mona”
PROTEUS MIRABILILS/ vulgaris “The God of the Public Restroom”
BORDETELLA PERTUSSIS “Board and Care”
HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE “Phyllis’s Chocolate Covered Cherries”
LEGIONELLA PNEUMOPHILA “The S.S. Cysteine Joins the Legion”
BARTONELLA HENSELAE “Bart the Leopard”
GENUS: BRUCELLA “Bruce Farms”
FRANCISELLA TULARENSIS “Francis the Rabbit”
PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA “Louis Pasteur’s Lab”
MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS “Shootout at the TB Corral”
MYCOBACTERIUM LEPRAE “The Good, the Bad, and the Lion-Faced”
BORRELIA BURGDORFERI “The Bows and Arrows of Borrelia”
LEPTOSPIRA INTERROGANS “The Surfer’s Oasis”
TREPONEMA PALLIDUM “Pallidum Observatory”
FAMILY: CHLAMYDIACEAE “The Pirates of Chlam Island”
COXIELLA BURNETTI “Curly Q the Ram”
GARDNERELLA VAGINALIS “The Fish Garden”
MYCOPLASMA PNEUMONIAE “Walking on Thin Ice”
GENUS: RICKETTSIA “Rickettsia Tennis”
RICKETTSIA PROWAZEKII “Pro Boot Camp”
RICKETTSIA RICKETTSII “Rickett’s Rock Climbing Competition”
PICORNOVIRIDAE “The Peak-orna Animal Nursery”
POLIOVIRUS “The Flamingo Breeding Pool”
COXSACKIE A and B “Coxsackie Cockatoos”
RHINOVIRUS “Rhino Petting Zoo”
HEPATITIS A “Hungry Hungry Hep A Hippo”
CALICIVIRIDAE “cali-sea shore” and “khaleesi’s 3 Dragons from GOT”
FLAVIVIRUS “Flavor Paked Flavi!”
HEPATITIS C “The Hep Sea”
TOGAVIRUS “Toga-toga-togavirus”
CORONAVIRUS “Kingdom of SARS”
RETROVIRUS: HIV “One cane to rule them all”
ORTHOMYXOVIRUS “Night shift at the orthodontist’s”
PARAMYXOVIRUS “Paranormal mixer”
RHABDOVIRUS “Rabid Wrecking Yard”
FILOVIRUS “Soccer Field-O Virus”
BUNYAVIRUS “Paul Bunyavirus”
ARENAVIRUS “Welcome to the Arenavirus”
REOVIRIDAE “Rio Grande Prix”
HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS (HSV) 1 AND 2 “Hermes, the God of Herpes”
EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS (EBV) “Ye Olde Epstein Bar”
CYTOMEGALOVIRUS (CMV) “Cyto Mega-Lo Virus” (“Mega-Lo Prices Grocery Store”)
VARICELLA ZOSTER VIRUS (VZV) “Varicella ‘Zeus’-ter Virus”
HUMAN HERPES VIRUS HHV-6
HUMAN HERPES VIRUS HHV-8 “Ring Around a Ka-Posi”
POLYOMAVIRUS BK AND JC “Et Tu, BK?”
HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS - HPV “Pilloma Bugs”
PARVOVIRUS B19 “Bombs Away!”
ADENOVIRUS “A Den O-Lions”
POX VIRUS “Small Boxes”
HEPATITIS B “Hep B Love”
GIARDIA LAMBLIA “The Giardia Jungle Ride”
ENTAMOEBA HISTOLYTICA “Entering the Historical Dig”
CRYPTOSPORIDIUM – C. PARVUM “Tales from the Crypt”
TOXOPLASMA GONDII “Oh Hi, Iz Makin Sum Toxo”
TRYPANOSOMA BRUCEI GAMBIENSE AND RHODESIENSE“Prince Bruce to the Rescue”
NAEGLERIA FOWLERI “Naegleria Falls”
TRYPANOSOMA CRUZI “Cruzin’ Through Che’s Gas”
BABESIA “The Vampire Babes”
LEISHMANIA SPECIES “Desert Mania”
Protozoan Apicomplexa: PLASMODIUM SPECIES “The Queens and Warlords of Plasmodium”
TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS “Tricks for Money”
METAZOAN: INTESTINAL NEMATODE ROUNDWORMS “Super Worms”
METAZOANS: TISSUE NEMATODES “Screamatodes III: Return of the Flesh Eaters”
CESTODE TAPEWORMS “Cestode County Carnival”
METAZOAN FLAT WORM: TREMATODE FLUKES “San Franschisto Ocean Park”
HISTOPLASMA CAPSULATUM “The Historian’s Cave”
BLASTOMYCOSIS DERMATITIDIS “The Blast of the Cannons”
COCCIDIOIDES IMMITIS “Presidio San Joaquin”
PARACOCCIDIOIDES BRASILIENSIS “Piratas del Sur (Pirates of the South)”
MALASSEZIA FURFUR “Malassezia’s Italian Restaurant”
DERMAOPHYTES “Tinea Tin Man”
SPOROTHRIX SCHENCKII “Shanked by a Rose”
CANDIDA ALBICANS “Candid Canadians”
ASPERGILLUS FUMIGATUS “Asparagus Farm”
CRYPTOCOCCUS NEOFORMANS “Crypt for Cryptococcus”
MUCORMYCOSIS “Mu Car Auto Shop”
PNEUMOCYSTIS JIROVECI “PCP Ping Pong”
                        
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HEPATITIS A “Hungry Hungry Hep A Hippo” in the PICORNAVIRUS
family (“pico/baby hippo counterpart”)

 General features: positive sense ssRNA virus (“scene in daytime with warm colors”),

naked virus (“statue of David”) acid-stabile (“hippos on rock above acid pond”)
 Transmission: fecal-oral (“piles of poop”) can be shed in feces and then contaminate

water supplies
• Contaminated water is a common source in DEVELOPING countries (“man getting water from contaminated

water”). Hep A is inactivated in developed countries by chlorination, bleach, UV radiation, or boiling (“purified
water sign and machine”)

• Contaminated shell fish are a common source in DEVELOPED countries like the USA (“shellfish being pulled
right out of contaminated poop pond to be sold at booth with ‘USA Shellfish’ sign”)

• Commonly seen in travelers to endemic areas, esp southern hemisphere (“backpack for traveling”)
 Pathogenesis: virus targets hepatocytes; liver function is impaired (“liver shaped mud spots on hippo”)
 Disease: Infectious hepatitis
 Symptoms:

• Jaundice, esp in adults (“yellow jumpsuit”)
• Anicteric hepatitis in young children and infants (“child doesn’t have jaundice jumpsuit on”)
• Smokers who develop Hep A develop an aversion to smoking (“man extinguishing cigarette”)
• One month duration of symptoms (“shellfish booth sign-one month only”)
• Self-limiting (“shellfish booth sign-limit one per customer”)
• No carrier/chronic state (“shellfish booth sign-no carrying out of food”)

 Diagnosis: IgM to HAV serology; Treatment: no specific
 Prevention: inactivated vaccine (“tranquilizer gun on women pulling shellfish out of the pond”) and hyperimmune

serum

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PNEUMOCYSTIS JIROVECI “PCP Ping Pong”


 Transmission: Respiratory transmission.
 Populations at risk: Healthy people are usually asymptomatic.

Immunocompromised people, specifically AIDS patients (sign: AID
for AIDS and player with cane). People become susceptible and
require prophylactic treatment when CD4 < 200 (score 20 0).

 Disease/ Organs Most affected: Pneumocystis Pneumonia - Diffuse
interstitial pneumonia. Non-productive cough, dyspnea, fever. No
consolidations will be seen on X-Ray. If anything is seen at all,
there will be a wispy, ground-glass appearance (cracked glass ping
pong tables and crushed ping pong balls).

 Description: Oval shaped yeast (oval shaped ping pong balls).
 Diagnosis: Bronco-alveolar lavage (player drinking water with BAL on water bottle). Methamine

silver stain of tissue will reveal disc shaped yeast (silver discs in center of tables).
 Treatment: Prophylaxis and treatment is Bactrim (older player doing a backhand) – combo of

trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole (jar of ping pong balls that look like eggs for sulfa drugs). If
there is a sulfa allergy, you can use pentamidine (pentagon shaped paddles).




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