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2,449 Possible Causes for Gram-Negative Bacteria, Mousy Odor, Vomiting in Infancy

  • Phenylketonuria

    Characteristic physical findings include: light hair, eye, and skin pigmentation an eczematous rash hyperactive behavior a musty or mousy odor (due to phenylacetic acid in[] Longevity without meds: May die at 1-2 weeks from severe gram negative or liver failure bacteria infections.[] Other presentations in infancy or later childhood include: Recurrent vomiting. Unusual musty/'mousey' odour.[]

  • Salmonella Infection

    Many Gram-negative bacteria do this by secreting effector proteins through a type III secretion system that alter the host response to the pathogen.[] Microbiology The genus Salmonella is composed of motile gram-negative bacteria within the family Enterobacteriaceae.[] Nontyphoidal salmonellae are gram-negative bacteria that primarily cause gastroenteritis, bacteremia, and focal infection.[]

    Missing: Mousy Odor
  • Classical Phenylketonuria

    Each of the patients had a similar clinical presentation or phenotype with features including mental retardation, a "mousy" odor, and dermatitis.[] Other presentations in infancy or later childhood include: Recurrent vomiting. Unusual musty/'mousey' odour.[] odor from the breath, urine and skin.[]

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  • Hemophilus Parainfluenzae Infection

    A characteristic "mousy" odor is often detected. Investigations may begin with the appearance of pale Gram negative coccobacilli or bacilli on a direct Gram stain.[] Perez, MD, Associate Pathologist, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Wellington Regional Medical Center, West Palm Beach Click here for Patient Education The gram-negative[] These bacteria resemble other gram negative bacteria in structure, composition and endotoxic activity.[]

    Missing: Vomiting in Infancy
  • Halitosis

    Anaerobic gram-negative bacteria, the same species that have been linked to periodontal diseases, are especially involved in this process, explaining why clinicians often[] Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) produces a sweet or fruity odor of acetone, liver failure produces a mousy or sometimes faintly sulfurous odor, and renal failure produces an odor[] The degradation of penicillamine raises the pH level, favouring the growth of gram-negative bacteria in the oral cavity producing halitosis.[]

    Missing: Vomiting in Infancy
  • Klebsiella

    bacteria.[] negative bacteria; they are not found in Gram positive bacteria.[] Results suggest that the currently used standard biochemical/phenotypic tests lack the sensitivity required to accurately discriminate among the three mentioned Gram negative[]

    Missing: Mousy Odor Vomiting in Infancy
  • Urinary Tract Disease

    Pallett A, Hand K (2010) Complicated urinary tract infections: practical solutions for the treatment of multiresistant Gram-negative bacteria.[] UTIs in children generally peak in infancy and then again between ages 2 and 4, coinciding with potty training.[] Asymptomatic, inflammatory prostatitis Chronic bacterial prostatitis is the most common cause of relapsing UTI in men, with E coli as the main causative organism (80%), but other gram-negative[]

    Missing: Mousy Odor
  • Escherichia Coli Infection

    Our data suggest that AAV2-mediated chimeric BPI23-Fcgamma1 gene delivery could potentially be used clinically for the protection and treatment of infection with gram-negative[] Escherichia coli is a Gram-negative, rod-shaped, facultative aerobic, motile bacteria.[] Multidrug-resistant Gram-negative bacteria: how to treat and for how long. Int J Antimicrob Agents 2010;36 Suppl 2:S50-4. [PubMed] 3 0 . Gillings MR.[]

    Missing: Mousy Odor Vomiting in Infancy
  • Chronic Liver Disease

    The most common infection causing sepsis-induced ACLF is spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP). 9 SBP is a paradigm in that it is often caused by Gram-negative bacteria[] Signs of the illness may include ascites; asterixis; bleeding from gums, nose, or gastroesophageal varices; “mousy” breath odor; edema; jaundice; and an irregular liver edge[] Onset of symptoms can occur in infancy, childhood or adulthood and can include lack of appetite, growth failure, vomiting, lethargy, poor muscle tone, respiratory distress[]

  • Glutaric Aciduria Type 2

    If left untreated, the condition evolves rapidly towards hepatic and renal failure with septicemia due to gram negative Escherichia coli bacteria.[] M usty, mousy Phenylketunuria Y east or malt Oast-house syndrome Smith-Strang diesease B urned sugar smell to urine Maple syrup urine disease Cheesy odor Isovaleric acidemia[] […] changes, and vomiting.[]

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