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A primary pathogen can cause disease in an otherwise healthy individual; an opportunist causes disease in an immunocompromised host. The course of infectious disease includes an incubation period, illness, and a period of convalescence. Infections may be acute or chronic, latent, localized, or systemic.

■ Why are opportunists causing disease more frequently?

■ Give an example of a latent disease.

■ What factors might contribute to a long incubation period?

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