AAMP Virtual Spring 2021

Quiz Questions: ACCME

 

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FRIDAY

8:15 – 9:15 Dr. Anderson The “Normal” Immune System and where it breaks down in Patients with Chronic Illness

1. The antigen presenting cells help trigger:
2. Mold can inhibit the normal immune function:
3. The following can disorder the normal immune response:

9:15 – 10:15 Dr. Ingels Lab Testing for Infectious Diseases

1. Considerations in Lab Testing includes “Understanding which sample is best for each test to help identify disease.”
2. “Questions to ask before ordering a lab” include:
3. Multiple types of lab testing methodologies are mentioned in this presentation:

11:00 – 11:45 Dr. Gedroic The Microbiome: What’s Gone Wrong?

1. Our microbiome make up includes:
2. Environmental pollutants perturb the microbiome:
3. As stated in the lecture: “Our microbiome protects us from invading microorganisms, helps us to metabolize food and nutrients, detoxifies toxins we consume and regulates the immune system.”

11:45 – 12:45 Dr. Parpia Preventing the “Failed Patient” – A Discussion of the Cell-Danger Response.

1. In this presentation, reasons for people not tolerating treatment are:
2. Cell Danger Response according to Naviaux:
3. Abnormal persistence of oxidative stress is a component of Cell Danger Response:

2:30 – 3:30 Dr. Ingels Persistent Viral Illness

1. Human Herpes Viri include EBV:
2. Human Herpes Viri include CMV:
3. Human Herpes Viri include HHV-6:

4:45 – 5:15 Dr. Anderson Antiviral Drug Pharmacology

1. The acyclovir family:
2. Ivermectin has an antiviral capacity.
3. Doxycycline has an antiviral capacity.

SATURDAY

8:30 – 9:30 Dr. Moorcroft Bartonella and Other Coinfections

1. Borrelia burgdorferi and Babesia microti commonly occur together
2. Babesiosis symptoms include
3. Babesiosis Rx may include:

9:30 – 10:30 Dr. Gedroic Parasites, Immune Regulation and MCAS

1. Parasitosis symptoms include:
2. Metazoa are the:
3. Interleukins mentioned most are:

11:15 – 12:00 Dr. Ingels Allergic Phenomenon in the Chronically Ill Patient

1. Classification of Hypersensitivity includes:
2. Classical allergy symptoms include:
3. Allergic signs include:

12:00 – 12:45 Dr. Ingels Immunotherapies in Chronic Infectious Illness

1. Methods to modulate the immune system include:
2. “SLIT” stands for “Sublingual Immunotherapy”
3. Subcutaneous Immunotherapy has a potential for anaphylaxis:

2:30 – 3:15 Dr. Ingels Childhood Infections

1. There are two main types of OM:
2. Allergy is a potential cause of acute otitis:
3. Urinary Tract Infections were discussed as generally caused by bacteria, especially:

3:15 – 4:15 Dr. Moorcroft PANS / PANDAS

1. A clinical diagnosis of PANDAS is defined by the following criteria:
• Presence of significant obsessions, compulsions, and/or tics
• Abrupt onset of symptoms or a relapsing-remitting course of symptom severity
• Pre-pubertal onset
• Association with streptococcal infection
• Association with other neuropsychiatric symptoms
2. “Neurological Syndromes” mentioned for Mycoplasma include: Tourette Syndrome & OCD
3. According to the lecture neuropsychiatric symptoms are not associated with mycotoxins:

SUNDAY

8:30 – 9:30 Dr. Parpia Detoxification Before and After Therapy

1. In this presentation reasons for why can’t certain people tolerate treatment for tic-borne illness include:
2. The following was mentioned in this presentation:
3. “People Who Become Chronically Ill from Tick Borne Illness Also Have:”

9:30 – 10:30 Dr. Moorcroft The Glymphatic System and Brain Detoxification

1. Data presented in this presentation included: The data indicate that Borrelia Burgdorferi may persist in the brain and be associated with amyloid plaques in Alzheimer disease.
2. Data presented in this presentation included: The data indicate that Chlamydia pneumoniae DOES NOT trigger amyloid deposits in mice.
3. In this presentation it was stated that the risk of Alzheimers has a 5 fold increase with Chlamydia pneumoniae and a 4 fold increase with Spirochetal infection:

11:15 – 1:15 Dr. Anderson Specific Medical Detoxification Strategies

1. Dithiol chelators include:
2. Dithiol chelators include:
3. During detoxification it is good to support:

2:15 – 3:15 Dr. Moorcroft The Healing Mindset

1. In this presentation the following definitions were given:
2. A concept discussed was: Well people who believe they are sick will develop the symptoms of the illness.
3. A concept discussed was: Sick people who believe there is no hope will usually snap out of it…

3:15 – 4:15 Dr. Anderson Managing the Chronically Ill Patient (and their Doctor…)

1. An important factor in patient management mentioned was “boundaries”:
2. An important factor in patient management mentioned was “setting expectations”:
3. The pattern of a patient improving and then crashing is: