bacillary


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Synonyms for bacillary

relating to or produced by or containing bacilli

formed like a bacillus

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However, neutrophils do help initially to decrease the bacillary load for the antigen presenting cells to elicit and build up an effective immune response.
Isolation and characterization by immunofluorescence, sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, Western blot, restriction fragment length polymorphism-PCR, 16S rRNA gene sequencing, and pulsed-field gel electrophoresis of Rochalimaea quintana from a patient with bacillary angiomatosis.
These enteropathogenic bacteria in water are responsible for a variety of diseases like cholera, typhoid, dysenteries, bacillary dysentery, etc.
Lymph node architecture can be partially replaced in conditions such as lymph node infarction, vascular transformation of the sinuses, bacillary angiomatosis, and metastatic angiosarcoma.
BCG is take as a positive control and by this model, it is possible to get one log reduction in bacillary counts (31).
Bartonella infection causing bacillary angiomatosis, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, M.
scandens have been used to treat toothache, chest pain, piles, inflammation of the spleen, diuretic, emetic, rheumatic arthritis and cure bacillary dysentery in China, Japan, Vietnam and other countries in the south-east Asia for thousands of years (Tran, 1987; Kapadia et al.
14-16) In the setting of acute diarrhea, it has been used in place of microscopic fecal leukocyte analysis to assist in the diagnosis of infectious colitis, such as bacillary dysentery or Clostridium difficile-induced pseudomembranous colitis.
1-3) In immunocompromised individuals, the tendency for hematogenous dissemination is greater, and patients may have development of bacillary angiomatosis in different organs, including peliosis hepatis.
Instead, the bacillary toxin destroys the macrophages and other phagocytic cells of the host defense system.
They should be removed, however, in the presence of inflammation at the catheter site, with signs of the sepsis syndrome, in catheter-related gram-negative bacillary or S.
Diseases that flies can spread include, but are not limited to, typhoid fever, paratyphoid and other salmonella infections, bacillary and amoebic dysentery, cholera, anthrax, diarrhea or gastroenteritis, conjunctivitis, trachoma, possibly pulmonary tuberculosis, and poliomyelitis.
Using a direct mount only, we found more than 50 per cent of the specimens positive for O & P; most of the rest presented a picture of bacillary dysentery.
Shigellosis, also known as bacillary dysentery, is the infectious disease caused by the Shigella bacteria.