Endocarditis - Endocarditis viridians group streptococci Otitis media Strep pneumoniae Scalded skin syndrome Staph aureus Strep throat Strep

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Endocarditis – viridians group streptococci Otitis media – Strep. pneumoniae Scalded skin syndrome – Staph. aureus Strep throat – Strep. pyogenes What lance field group does Strep. pyogenes belong? Group A Catalase Negative: Strep. pyogenes Tube coagulase detects free coagulase A catalase negative, beta hemolytic, gram positive coccus that is sensitive to bacitracin may be presumptively identified as group A streptococcus Important mycolic acid-containing actinomycetes: Corynebacterium Nocardia Mycobacterium The predominant portals of entry and major target organs for Mycobacterium tuberculosis are: lungs What medium was Corynebacterium diphtheriae do colonies turn black and are surrounded by a brown halo? Tinsdale Medium B. cereus is hemolytic on BA and mobile, B. anthracis is non hemolytic in BA and is non motile Genera that contains aerobic spore-forming bacteria: Bacillus M. marnium – photochromogen E. rhusiopathiae – pipe cleaner or test tube brush growth Nocardia spp. – partially acid fast B. cereus – food poisoning
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N. gonorrhoeae – opthalmia neonatorum
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 233 taught by Professor Ta during the Spring '11 term at LA Tech.

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Endocarditis - Endocarditis viridians group streptococci Otitis media Strep pneumoniae Scalded skin syndrome Staph aureus Strep throat Strep

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