10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIPHTHEROID»
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A Bacteriologic Study of the Diphtheroid
Organisms With ...
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Diphtheroid bacilli or diphtheroids are gram- positive rods with clubbed ends.
Many of them are part of the normal flora and not associated with any cutaneous
disease. In many instances they are responsible for much of the body odor which
Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases: Essentials of ...
The shorter rods may have clubbed ends and may be seen in diphtheroid
arrangements, short chains, or small clusters. (The term diphtheroid refers to an
organism that morphologically resembles Corynebacterium diphtheriae.) Longer
Paul G. Engelkirk, Janet L. Duben-Engelkirk, 2008
THE BACTERIOLOGY OF DIPHTHERIA
1903, and 25. x. 1905), Robertson and McRae (v. 1905), and Robertson and
Shennan (iv. 1903), on which the following account is based. The occurrence of
diphtheroid organisms in general paralytics. (1) In the mouth and throat during
Introduction to Diagnostic Microbiology for the Laboratory ...
Many of the bacteria in this section have a diphtheroid microscopic appearance.
Diphtheroid cells have variable shapes and sizes and have been described as
Chinese letters or picket fences (FIGURE 142). This pleomorphic appearance is ...
Maria Dannessa Delost, Professor and Director of Clinical Laboratory Programs Youngstown State University Youngstown Ohio Maria E Delost, 2014
Principles and Practice of Clinical Bacteriology
... smooth, convex, entire edged Occasional rough forms occur A. odontolyticus
Diphtheroid like, some clubbed ends Cream-to-red, smooth, convex, entire
edged Old colonies may be dark brown A. meyeri Short, fine rods Small, white,
Stephen Gillespie, Peter M. Hawkey, 2006
Practical Handbook of Microbiology
The less specific terms "coryneform" and "diphtheroid" mean that the organisms
to which they are applied have a club-like shape fcoryneforml or resemble the
diphtheri? bacillus fdiphtheroid). As such, these two terms are valuable
Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital
vv. w w w TABLE I— Concluded Table I likewise shows that bacteria were.
TABLE I VA1INAL CULTURES Aerobic non-hemolytic diphtheroid. Staph, albus
Anaerobic gamma streptococcus. Aerobic non-hemolytic diphtheroid. Staph,
Modern Concepts of Microbiology
Human. body. Body Area Microbial Flora Skin (General) Staphylococcus spp.,
Cryptococci, Candida, Sarcina spp., Gram-negative bacilli, Gram-positive spore-
formers External ear Staphylococcus spp., Diphtheroid bacilli Mycobacterium spp
Nephritis associated with a diphtheroid-infected cerebrospinal fluid shunt. Am J
Med 1977; 63:318-319. 23. O'Regan S, Makker SP. Shunt nephritis:
demonstration of diphtheroid antigen in glomeruli. Am J Med Sci 1979: 278:161-
Dr. Harald Seifert, Bernd Jansen, Barry M. Farr, 1997
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Klebsiella spp., Anthracoid bacilli, Diphtheroid bacilli and Bacteroides spp. were representing 37.5%, 14.3%, 14.3% & 37.5% respectively of all contaminated ... «Student Pulse, Aug 12»
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10 Additionally, although CNS and diphtheroid species were the most commonly isolated organisms, S. aureus was isolated from the coats of 29 individuals. «General Surgery News, Apr 11»