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Synonyms for bacillary

relating to or produced by or containing bacilli

formed like a bacillus

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This study shows proportion of DM was higher among patients with high bacillary load.
Conclusion: Factors like low resistance, high initial bacillary load and decreased hemoglobin levels affect the sputum smear conversion and should be addressed while assessing efficacy of anti-tuberculosis treatment.
Immunodeficient patients may manifest infection as cutaneous bacillary angiomatosis [14], with cutaneous or subcutaneous vascular tumors which may be painful.
Comparison of bacillary indexes in slit-skin smears, skin and nerve biopsies; a study from Malawi.
There were 9 (18%) Gram-negative bacillary isolates, including 3 (6%) Escherichia coli; 2 (4%) isolates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and one isolate (2%) each of Proteus vulgaris, Enterobacter aerogenes, Klebsiella, and Haemophilus influenzae.
The most important clinical mimic is bacillary angiomatosis (BA), which can present as multiple, red, vascular skin lesions and also involve visceral organs.
Leptospirosis, Bacillary haemoglobinuria, Babesiosis, chronic copper poisoning, plant poisoning was done as described by Radostits et al.
Coli and Campylobacter species were confirmed in one case each while there were three confirmed cases of Campylobacter Jejuni and five cases of Bacillary Dysentery.
Conclusion: The most frequent abnormality found in Pap smear study was infective bacillary background.
These include Mycobacterium Avium Complex (MAC, MAI), Salmonellosis, Syphilis and Neurosyphylis, TB and Bacillary angiomatsosis.
In patients with AIDS, an association between bacillary angiomatosis and parenchymal bacillary peliosis has been demonstrated.
According to a recent report of PCRWR, the incidences of typhoid fever, bacillary sysentery, infectious hepatitis and other enteric infection in many countries may be transmitted through water.
Until now, drug resistant forms of TB are detected in children of the younger age, and untimely isolation of children from TB bacillary loci plays the certain role in this (Aksenova and Meissner, 1999).
The clinical disorders associated with such agents are represented by immunosuppression-related bacillary angiomatosis and peliosis, verruga peruana of Carrion disease (bartonellosis), and cat-scratch disease.