Bacterial vs viral pharyngitis

Bacterial vs viral pharyngitis - earning Issue: Viral vs....

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earning Issue: Viral vs. Bacterial Pharyngitis Name: Michael Holmes Definition Virus Respiratory viruses, including rhinovirus,adenovirus, parainfluenza, and coronavirus, are the most common causes of sore throat. Bacterial Group A B-hemolytic strep infection o S.pyogens accounts for 5% to 38% of sore throats in adults who are subjected to throat culture. Causes Virus Rhinovirus,adenovirus, parainfluenza, and coronavirus, are the most common causes of sore throat. Epstein-barr virus Herpes simplex virus and cocsackie HIV Bacteria Group A B-hemolytic strep infection o S.pyogens accounts for 5% to 38% of sore throats in adults who are subjected to throat culture. Group C and G streptococci Chlamydolphila Pneumoniae and Mycoplasma Pneumonia Arcanobacterium Hemolyticum Meningococci Corynrbacterium Diphtheriae Pneumonococci and staphylococci Fusobacteria Yersinia enterocolitica Risk Factors Pathophysiology Signs and Symptoms Viral Viral pharyngitis is more likely than streptococcal pharyngitis to be
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