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  • Pleurisy

    […] the implementation of a liquid culture method, the sensitivity of effusion culture was much higher than has been previously reported, and the combination of effusion and sputum[] Notably, despite latent tuberculosis treatment, active tuberculosis was not prevented.[] Thoracoscopic biopsy of the pleural nodules revealed a caseous granuloma with acid-fast bacilli.[] […] plastic) (primary) (residual) (sicca) (sterile) (subacute) (unresolved) R09.1 ICD-10-CM Codes Adjacent To R09.1 R07.2 Precordial pain R07.8 Other chest pain R07.9 Chest pain, unspecified[] RESULTS: The pleural biopsy specimens proved to have a higher detection rate of tubercle bacilli than pleural fluid.[] The aims of this study were to evaluate bacterial etiologies of bacterial pleurisy using a cultivation-independent method.[] One year of clinical follow-up for patients found to have nonspecific pleurisy is likely sufficient. Copyright 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.[] The culture yield of MGIT was higher (40.4%, 42/104) than that of Ogawa media (18.3%, 19/104) (P KEYWORDS: Culture Media; Pleural Effusion; Pleurisy; Tuberculosis[] In rare cases, the primary lesion may be located in the pleura and consist of but few areas of tubercles, or there may be innumerable deposits of small tubercles miliary.[] Nested PCR, Löwenstein-Jensen (L-J) culture and smear microscopy were employed as the comparative tools for assessing the performance of the assay.[]

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  • Tuberculosis

    METHODS: The diagnostic and therapeutic cascade for TB treatment was evaluated using Xpert in the first stage (S1), and sputum smear microscopy (SSM) in the second stage ([] Mycobacterium tuberculosis The primary causative agent of tuberculosis is the slender, rod-shaped obligate aerobe called Mycobacterium tuberculosis (other mycobacteria can[] Abstract Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused due to an infection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M TB) bacilli affecting millions of people worldwide.[] […] of tubercles.[] We found that levels of IgG antibodies against HrpA and HBHA prior to treatment exhibited a positive correlation with bacterial burden.[] The five year's treatment success rate was found to be 63.62%.[] METHODS: BMMs were isolated and co-cultured with CD4 T helper 1 cells (Th1 cells), pretreated with anti-IFN-γ antibody.[] The chest CT showed a millet seed pattern of infiltration which is a hallmark for miliary TB.[] This study is aimed at determining the prevalence of rifampicin resistance in sputum specimens of patients with pulmonary tuberculosis in Yenagoa, Nigeria.[] Diagnosis was based on culture in nine patients (60%). The median CD4 cell count was 262 cells/µL.[]

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  • Sodium Hydroxide

    […] la Tuberculosis, Hospital Nacional Cayetano Heredia, Lima, Peru. [email protected] Abstract This study evaluated a new decontamination and concentration (DC) method for sputum[] […] universal containers and randomly allocated to the cetylpyridinium chloride - sodium chloride (CPC-NaCl) method and sodium hydroxide (NaOH) method for culture of tubercle bacilli[] Our results suggest that surface modifications that incorporate silver ions would be extremely effective at reducing bacterial colonization to medical devices.[] The overall success rates in the sodium hydroxide and phenol groups were found to be 95.1 and 95.8%, respectively.[] Abstract Comparison of sputum digestion procedures utilizing acetylcysteine-sodium hydroxide (AC) and trisodium phosphate for the isolation and culture of mycobacteria indicated[] We found a mean increase in flow (results are flow rates under gravity-dependent vascular access port inlet pressure of 1.5 kPa) from 37 microL/s (95% upper confidence limit[] Delgado 430, Lima 31, Republic of Peru. [email protected] Abstract We report the use of hypertonic saline and sodium hydroxide (HS-SH) for concentration-decontamination of sputum[] Sodium hydroxide may not completely eliminate bacterial spores alone in further good manufacturing process required to complete the process.[] Researchers after Burckhardt largely found the test unreliable and nonreproducible; it therefore fell into disuse worldwide.[] In each arm, all processed sediments were split for analysis by auramine smear, by culture using the MB/BacT liquid culture system and solid media, and by nucleic acid amplification[]

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  • Mycobacterium Bovis

    Time to sputum-culture conversion was defined as time between treatment start date and date of first consistently culture-negative sputum.[] […] tertiary care centre in a country where bovine tuberculosis is endemic.[] Significant differential expression of virulence-associated pathways between the two bacilli was revealed, including the ESX-1 secretion system.[] We have recently discovered that bacterial membrane peptides, such as KdpF, possess anti-virulence properties when overproduced in pathogenic bacterial species.[] Infected epithelial cells and neutrophils were not found to be a source of IL-17 cytokines or the interstitial collagenase MMP-1.[] […] etiology* Tuberculosis, Miliary/genetics* Tunisia Vaccination/adverse effects Substances BCG Vaccine IL12RB1 protein, human Receptors, Interleukin Receptors, Interleukin-[] The colocalization of BCG phagosomes with autophagosomes or lysosomes was by detected by confocal microscopy. ROS production was detected by flow cytometry.[] Abstract Although human-to-human transmission of Mycobacterium bovis strains and other members of the animal lineage of the tubercle bacilli is a rare event, an extensively[] Both patients had pulmonary cavities on radiography and acid-fast bacilli (AFB) on sputum-smear microscopy, indicators of being contagious.[] Histopathologic examination of resected tissue revealed numerous acid-fast bacilli, and subsequent mycobacterial culture of blood and resected tissue revealed BCG strain Mycobacterium[]

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  • Cerebral Hemorrhage

    A new left lower lobe infiltrate on chest xray was noted and cultures were sent from blood, urine, and sputum.[] No tuberculosis or other bacteria were detected.[] On day 4, culturing of Gram-negative bacilli from blood and a transesophageal echocardiogram revealed a small oscillating filament attached to lateral mitral prosthetic ring[] Codes › I00-I99 Diseases of the circulatory system › I60-I69 Cerebrovascular diseases › I61- Nontraumatic intracerebral hemorrhage › Nontraumatic intracerebral hemorrhage, unspecified[] Types of intracranial hemorrhagic complications encountered in bacterial meningitis patients.[] It was found that GBS and cerebral nervous system (CNS) hemorrhage can occur successively, but the different sequences of occurrence had completely different pathogeneses.[] Initial blood cultures were negative, and abdominal CT showed pneumatosis and thickening of colonic wall. Colonoscopy showed severe right-sided colitis.[] The case not only is a unique illustration of this pathogenetic pathway to miliary aneurysm formation, but also reemphasizes the relationship between fibrinoid and miliary[] Congo-red stain (C) and polarized light microscopy (D) revealed positive birefringence. These findings were consistent with brain amyloidoma. Figure 2.[] A blood culture test on admission revealed methicillin-sensitive Staphylococcus aureus. Transthoracic echocardiography revealed giant vegetation in the left atrium.[]

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  • Tuberculous Peritonitis

    Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex was isolated from the ascites, sputum, and blood culture 1 month after the patient died.[] tuberculosis in both the normal and immunocomprom ised host.[] Acid-fast bacilli were seen on the Ziehl-Neelsen stain in 18 patients.[] 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code abscess (respiratory) A15.9 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code A15.9 Respiratory tuberculosis unspecified 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific[] Diagnostic laparoscopy revealed multiple tubercles over the whole peritoneum and the pathology report described granulomatous nodules with giant cells and epithelioid cells[] Highlights disorders, procedures, and substances that encourage or prevent bacterial translocation, the essence of SBP.[] RESULTS: Significant differences between Groups I and II were found in comorbidity, hypertension, anorexia, percentages of neutrophil and lymphocyte from blood and ascites[] Fifty-five patients (92%) had positive results of mycobacterial cultures of ascitic fluid samples.[] We present a case of unexplained pyrexial ascites in a postmenopausal woman in whom the diagnosis of miliary peritoneal tuberculosis was confirmed laparoscopically.[] Pulmonary symptoms were negligible, and sputum microscopy and PCR were negative. Culture was positive after eight weeks.[]

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  • Streptomycin

    . • In primary tuberculosis therapy, discontinue streptomycin when sputum culture is negative. • Because streptomycin is dialyzable, patients undergoing hemodialysis may need[] BACKGROUND: Drug-resistant tuberculosis is a major problem worldwide.[] The M. tuberculosis bacilli, which had the matched IS6110 band patterns with resistance to Streptomycin to those of bacilli isolated in the outbreak, were also concurrently[] PubMed Google Scholar Kinoshita S, Ohmori M, Tsukamoto K, Otuka G, Mashiko M, Fujiu M, Takahashi T, Hoshino H: [Outbreaks of Tuberculosis in Facilities Used by an Unspecified[] […] tuberculosis and certain other bacterial infections. strep·to·my·cin ( strep'tō-mī'sin ), An antibiotic agent obtained from Streptomyces griseus that is active against the tubercle[] Here we have analyzed the bacterial flora of BU lesions of three different groups of patients before, during and after daily treatment with streptomycin and rifampicin for[] Mutations in the rrs910 region were found in two isolates (1.7%), and three isolates had mutations in both rpsL and rrs (2.6%). gidB mutations were found in both resistant[] Culture Media and Reagents Water for Cell Culture Water for Cell Culture,Water For Injection (WFI) quality water is prepared by ultrafiltration, reveresed osmosis, deionisaton[] Abstract Streptomycin dose requirements were determined in an 83-year-old man with renal impairment who was being treated for miliary tuberculosis.[] […] and scanning electronic microscopy, respectively.[]

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  • Tuberculoma

    The TB skin test was anergic and sputum was negative for acid-fast bacilli (AFB).[] Tuberculosis of paranasal sinus is a rare entity and is nearly always secondary to pulmonary or extrapulmonary tuberculosis, but this report describes the incidence of primary[] In the present case, the patient underwent CT without contrast due to clinical urgency and the CT showed an image suggestive of unspecified left parietal brain tumor with[] […] examination showed a lesion in the pons that was suspected of being an opportunistic, DD granulomatous lesion, which prompted further laboratory examinations revealing systemic tubercle[] The updated coverage of therapeutics includes AIDS/HIV medications and other antiviral drugs, new antifungal medications, and vaccinations against Lyme disease and bacterial[] Intramedullary tuberculoma is most commonly found in the thoracic cord of a patient and is rarely seen in the cervical cord.[] However, results of further studies, including blood and cerebrospinal fluid cultures and Mycobacterium tuberculosis DNA assay, were negative.[] The infant we described had a miliary pattern pulmonary TB.[] Cerebrospinal fluid microscopy, biochemistry and PCR for tuberculosis confirmed tubercular meningitis.[] Sputum acid-fast bacillus was negative. The patient was treated empirically for disseminated tuberculosis and scheduled for bronchoscopy by the pulmonology team.[]

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  • Meningitis

    ., saliva, sputum, or nasal mucus) of an infected person. This... Frequently Asked Questions about Meningitis What exactly is meningitis?[] She was treated for abdominal tuberculosis in the past, two years later she developed miliary tuberculosis and was put on modified regimen of antitubercular drugs in view[] […] successive tumor necrosis factor (TNF) antagonists and abatacept to treat juvenile idiopathic arthritis, with negative results for polymerase chain reaction and acid-fast bacilli[] Is bacterial meningitis contagious and is there a vaccine? Some forms of bacterial meningitis are contagious.[] RATIONALE: Enterococcus gallinarum meningitis (EGM) is rarely found in normal adults and even rarer in children.[] Microscopic observation of drug susceptibility (MODS) culture more rapidly became positive compared to other culture methods.[] Vietnamese woman, about 19 weeks pregnant, was admitted for acute cerebral infarction with stenosis of the left middle cerebral artery (LMCA), tuberculous meningitis, and miliary[] Some are spread by direct or indirect contact with faecal material, others by respiratory secretions (saliva, sputum or nasal mucus) from an infected person.[] Abstract Gram-negative bacilli such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa are a rare cause of meningitis.[] A few similar cases can be found in the burgeoning literature on what remains a relatively uncommon disease in humans, and these patients should be monitored carefully upon[]

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  • Bacterial Pneumonia

    A total of 105 sputum and blood samples were collected from patients with pneumonia on clinical suspicion.[] On Day 12, we detected Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the sputum, even though we did not previously detect any acid-fast bacilli, and started anti-tuberculosis drugs, such[] Community-acquired pneumonias are caused primarily by S. pneumoniae (40-60%), hospital-acquired pneumonias by gram-negative bacilli (45%) and institution-acquired pneumonias[] […] organism J18.0 Bronchopneumonia, unspecified organism J18.1 Lobar pneumonia, unspecified organism J18.2 Hypostatic pneumonia, unspecified organism J18.8 Other pneumonia,[] Patients with bacterial pneumonia have reported mental instability.[] Home News Hormone Found to Help Fight Severe Form of Bacterial Pneumonia Scientists have found that a hormone responsible for controlling iron metabolism helps fight off a[] The diseases share clinical signs of inflammation and are often difficult to differentiate based on culture results.[] Suspect TB with Sx 2 wks duration, past PPD or IGRA, Hx of TB exposure or residence in endemic country, hemoptysis, apical cavitary disease, hilar adenopathy, miliary or reticulonodular[] […] hospitalizations and deaths among those aged METHODS: Tissue samples obtained at autopsy from 45 case patients with fatal influenza B virus infection were evaluated by light microscopy[] Clinical Cytogenomics Flow Cytometry Molecular Diagnostics Clinical Chemistry and Biochemical Genetics Microbiology, Serology & Clinical Pathology Renal Pathology & Electron Microscopy[]

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