Clinical Microbiology Made Ridiculously Simple by Mark Gladwin, Visit Amazon's William Trattler Page, search

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A quick, transparent, thorough, and hugely stress-free method of scientific microbiology, brimming with mnemonics, humor, precis charts and illustrations, from Ebola to AIDS to flesh-eating micro organism to silly cow affliction, hantavirus, anthrax, smallpox, botulism, and so forth. major updates. first-class Board overview. The sixth variation provides updates to Clostridium difficile analysis and remedy; therapy of gonorrhea in gentle of growing to be antimicrobial resistance; Tuberculosis diagnostics, new medicinal drugs for remedy of latent TB an infection and MDR TB; the newest antibiotics; replace on pandemic flu, together with H7N9; document at the lately chanced on SARS-like coronavirus; the newest hepatitis C treatment plans; the newest HIV diagnostics and lately licensed HIV meds; and rising drug resistant micro organism.

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The skin may peel off in fine scales during healing. a) b) c) d) Fever. Myocarditis (heart inflammation). Joint swelling (arthritis). Chorea (uncontrolled dance-like movements of the extremities) which usually begins 2-3 weeks after the pharyngitis. This is also called Sydenham's chorea or St. Vitus dance. e) Subcutaneous nodules (rubbery nodules just under the skin). D Rash, called erythema marginatum because it has a red margin that spreads out from its center. "Mom, my body is turning scarlet!

Sobrinus, S. criceti, S. rattus, S. downei, S. macacae), and the Anginosus group (S. anginosus, S. constellatus, and S. inter­ medius ). Note that many of these names refer to the mouth and saliva since the viridans group streptococci are indigenous to the GI tract. These critters represent more than 30% of the culturable bacteria from dental plaque, gingival crevices, the tongue, and saliva! This is a big, heterogeneous group of streptococci that are not identified based on one Lancefield group.

Antigenic B . Streptolysin-S a. Oxygen stable b. Non-antigenic 1 . M-protein (70 types) a. Adherence factor b. Anti-phagocytic c. Antigenic: Induces antibodies which can lead to phagocytosis 2 . Lipoteichoic acid: adherence factor 3. Streptokinase 4. Hyalu ronidase 5. DNAase 6. Anti-C5a peptidase Streptococcus pyogenes Lancefield group B: Streptococcus agalactiae Figure 4- 1 1 1 . Catalase-negative 2. Facultative anaerobe 3. Beta-hemolytic STREPTOCOCCI 36 TOXINS • Erythrogenic or Pyrogenic Toxin (produced only by lysogenized G roup A Streptococci ) : responsible for scarlet fever 2 .

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