answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

an organism that can reproduce itself in a host

User Avatar

Wiki User

14y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar
More answers
User Avatar

Breyonia Jamerson

Lvl 2
4mo ago

an organism

This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Which of these conditions qualify a disease to be termed infectious?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

What is the agent that causes an infectious disease?

Pathogen.


When there is an underlying disease or other conditions are present at the time of the patient's office visit this is termed?

mortality


What is a constellation of symptoms preceding disease is termed?

disease


Diseases that result from an abnormality in or a mutation of a gene are termed what type of disease?

Genetic diseases


The use of radioactive radiologic procedures to aid in the diagnosis of cardiologic conditions is termed?

nuclear cardiology


Enzymes that can function at boiling water temperatures or other harsh conditions would be termed?

Extremoenzymes


Mental conditions characterized by anxiety or fear out of proportion to the real danger in a situation are termed?

anxiety disorders


Is Ebola an infectious disease?

A chronic disease is one that persists over a long time, and may have cumulative effects on the body. Since Ebola (also known as Hemorrhagic Fever) is a relatively short acting, frequently terminal disease, it is more likely to be termed "acute" rather than "chronic".


Whys is GSB a syndrome and not a disease?

GBS is termed a syndrome rather than a disease because there is no conclusive evidence to support the possibility that a specific disease-causing agent such as a bacteria or a virus is the direct cause of the malady.


The body's adverse response to its own body constitutents with the potential of tissue damage is termed 1 responsiveness 2 allergy 3 immunity 4 autoimmune disease?

4 autoimmune disease


Why shouldn't a full blown aids patient feed pigeons?

Pigeons feces carry fungi like histoplasmosis and cryptococcus neoformans as well as other infectious bacterial disease chlamydia psittici. Most of these infections are what are termed as "opportunistic infections", meaning they usually do not cause problems for people unless they are immune compromised (luekemias, chemotherapy and AIDS). Hope that answers your question... SS Medical Student TAMU


The growth of MALT lymphomas is dependent upon what factor?

Their growth seems to be dependent upon continuous stimulation of the immune system by an infectious agent, such as H. pylori, or some other entity, termed an antigen, that the body recognizes as foreign.