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4,634 Possible Causes for Cytolytic Vaginosis, Gram-Positive Rods, Malaise

  • Lactobacillus Infection

    Lactobacillus (L) [lak′tōbəsil′əs] Etymology: L, lac bacillum, small rod any one of a group of nonpathogenic gram-positive rod-shaped bacteria that produce lactic acid from[] How do I know if I have cytolytic vaginosis?[] Other systemic symptoms include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and malaise.[]

  • Listerial Meningitis

    Gram positive rod Beta hemolytic Catalase positive Motile at 25 degree centigrade (tumbling motility/umbrella motility) Non-spore forming rod Susceptible hosts Newborns Elderly[] She had been unwell with fever and malaise for 3 days. On examination, her temperature was 39.1 C, pulse rate was 90 per minute and blood pressure 150/90 mm Hg.[] (b) Gram stain revealing characteristic small, Gram-positive rods or coccobacilli ( 100 magnification).[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Listeriosis

    […] lis·te·ria \ li-ˈstir-ē-ə \ : any of a genus ( Listeria ) of small, gram-positive, rod-shaped bacteria that do not form spores and have a tendency to grow in chains and that[] […] have been the most frequently incriminated dairy products. [4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10] Ingestion of Listeria by pregnant women can result in nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, malaise[] Structure and Classification Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae is a slender, Gram-positive rod similar to L monocytogenes.[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Cytolytic Vaginosis

    […] called as cytolytic vaginosis.[ 3 ] LACTOBACILLI IN THE VAGINA Doderlein, first described the normal vaginal flora as, consisting of predominantly of the acid producing gram-positive[] Cytolytic vaginosis occurs due to overgrowth of Lactobacillus species and subsequent lysis of epithelial cells in a highly acidic environment.[] Definition / general Presence of gram positive rods (lactobacilli) with cytolysis of intermediate cells Terminology Also known as bacillus vaginalis, bacillus Doderlein Epidemiology[]

    Missing: Malaise
  • Pulmonary Nocardiosis

    Gram-stained smears of sputum and pus from the abscess showing branched gram-positive rods led to a diagnosis of pulmonary nocardiosis with dissemination to the lungs and[] The clinical presentations ranged from malaise to respiratory failure.[] Gram staining was performed in 29 patients, and a characteristic Gram-positive rod was detected in 28 patients (96.6%).[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Nocardia Infection

    Nocardia is a Gram-positive rod; however, the appearances on Gram staining can be misleading.[] Entire Body Symptoms Recurring fever Malaise or general uneasiness or discomfort Night sweats Lung Symptoms Breathing difficulty Cough with mucus Rapid breathing Chest pain[] There may be generalized symptoms like a fever, malaise and weight loss which are characteristic of infections.[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Whipple Disease

    Etiology: Whipple’s disease is caused by infection with the gram-positive actinomycete Trophermyma whippelii.[] Initial features are non-specific with arthralgia, fever, malaise, cough and pleuritic chest pain.[] […] unknown origin GI symptoms (ie, steatorrhea, chronic diarrhea, abdominal pain) Chronic migratory arthralgias or polyarthralgias Unexplained lymphadenopathy, night sweats, or malaise[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Abdominal Actinomycosis

    The differential included nocardiosis which is also identified as beading gram positive rods on gram stain.[] The presenting symptoms are usually non-specific including pain, malaise, fever, weight loss and the pressure effect of the granuloma on adjacent structures.[] Symptoms may include pelvic pain, leukorrhea, menorrhagia, and amenorrhea, associated with fever, malaise, weakness, and weight loss, in any combination.[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Anthrax

    Bacillus anthracis, the causal agent in anthrax, is a Gram-positive rod. Humans can acquire anthrax by industrial exposure to infected animals or animal products.[] Patients presenting with anthrax eschar frequently claim constitutional symptoms like malaise, fever, and headaches, too.[] Anthrax is a serious infectious disease caused by gram-positive, rod-shaped bacteria known as Bacillus anthracis.[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis
  • Pulmonary Anthrax

    […] unexplained febrile illness or febrile death. rapid onset of severe sepsis not due to a predisposing illness, or respiratory failure with a widened mediastinum. severe sepsis with Gram-positive[] […] throat; tender lymph nodes; muscle pain; multi-joint pain without swelling or redness; headaches of a new type, pattern, or severity; unrefreshing sleep; and post-exertional malaise[] Clinical Mediastinal widening, pleural effusions, fever, nonproductive cough, myalgia, malaise, haemorrhage, cyanosis, SOB, stridor, shock, death; often accompanied by mesenteric[]

    Missing: Cytolytic Vaginosis