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Synonyms for stain

Synonyms for stain

to soil with foreign matter

to impart color to

a discolored mark made by smearing

a mark of discredit or disgrace

something that imparts color

Synonyms for stain

(microscopy) a dye or other coloring material that is used in microscopy to make structures visible

the state of being covered with unclean things

a symbol of disgrace or infamy

an act that brings discredit to the person who does it

color with a liquid dye or tint

produce or leave stains

make dirty or spotty, as by exposure to air

color for microscopic study

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Characteristics Number Patients 100 Male/female 66/34 Age range 19-93/24-87 Pulmonary disease 55 Purely IGA positive 82 Positive evidence of other TB-related indicators IGA and tuberculin skin testing positive 15 IGA and the Zeihl-Neelsen acid-fast stain positive 1 IGA, tuberculin skin testing, and the Zeihl-Neelsen acid-fast stain positive 2 Table 3: Mutation of IFNGR1 promoter site in different IFN-[gamma] 1 levels (n (%)).
Demonstration of Charcot-Leyden crystals by acid-fast stains applied on tissues.
The acid-fast stain and culture examinations should be considered together to assess active TB in HIV patients.
Gram stain (Figure, C) and a modified acid-fast stain (Figure, D) revealed gram-positive, partially acid-fast filamentous organisms branching at right angles within the eosinophilic material consistent with Nocardia organisms.
The bug was considered a rare and exotic pathogen until the mid-1980s when a modified acid-fast stain was employed to look for Cryptosporidium in stool specimens, especially from people with impaired immune systems who suffered from HIV disease.[6] A much larger organism was frequently associated with enteritis and was variously described in subsequent reports as a large Cryptosporidium, a fungal spore, a member of the Blastocystis species, a cyanobacterium-like body (CLB, or blue-green algae), and coccidian-like.[6-9] These organisms probably were Cyclospora and have become associated with travel or residence in developing countries.[10]
All cases fulfilled the clinical criteria according to Chinese Society of Gastroenterology :[sup][5] (1) histological biopsy showed epithelioid granuloma with caseous necrosis in intestinal tissue or mesenteric lymph nodes; (2) intestinal tissue biopsy was positive for MTB on culture or acid-fast stain; (3) patients showed a good response to anti-TB therapy with clinical manifestation consistent with active TB.
All state laboratories began routine testing with a modified acid-fast stain for C.
As in many developing countries, the acid-fast stain is the only bacteriologic basis for diagnosing tuberculosis (TB) in primary health care institutions in China, where facilities are limited for M.
In paraffin sections, the organism can be visualized by silver stains, tissue Gram stains, or Fite-Ferraco acid-fast stain.
Eight patients had no sputum specimens submitted for acid-fast stain and culture.
Lesions can be screened for mycobacteria using an acid-fast stain. If acid-fast bacilli are seen, M.
However, direct and acid-fast stain microscopic examination of stool specimens from nine of the house staff physicians and one of the other employees revealed the presence of CLB.
A direct acid-fast stain showed many acid-fast bacilli.
They were stained with Kinyoun's carbol fuchsin modified acid-fast stain and examined by oil immersion microscopy.