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143 Possible Causes for Mycobacterium Fortuitum

  • Pulmonary Atypical Mycobacterial Infection

    Objective To compare the demographics, clinical features, susceptibility patterns, and treatment for skin and soft tissue infections due to Mycobacterium fortuitum and Mycobacterium[] […] ulcerans Mycobacterium chelonae Mycobacterium fortuitum Mycobacterium abscessus The bacteria gain entry into the body in the following manner: Through inhalation from the[] Rapidly growing potential pathogens: i) Mycobacterium fortuitum ii) Mycobacterium chelonei[]

  • Nontuberculous Mycobacteria

    KEYWORDS: Atypical mycobacteria; Mycobacterium abscessus; Mycobacterium chelonae; Mycobacterium fortuitum; Mycobacterium marinum; Nontuberculous mycobacteria; Rapidly growing[] Sputum samples grew Mycoplasma avium complex and Mycobacterium fortuitum. Imaging showed a right-sided 7.6 cm mass with compression of the main bronchus.[] Partial rpoB gene sequencing classified 42/87 (48.3%) isolates in the Mycobacterium fortuitum complex, 28 (32.2%) in the Mycobacterium abscessus complex, 8 (9.2%) in the Mycobacterium[]

  • Skin Infection

    Mycobacterium fortuitum complex skin infection is described in a previously healthy adolescent girl in Sydney, Australia.[] We describe a rare case of an immunocompetent young woman with disseminated skin infection due to Mycobacterium fortuitum.[] Mycobacterium fortuitum typically causes superficial skin infections following trauma to the skin and in our patient may have been related to prior leg "waxing".[]

  • Cervical Lymphadenitis

    She was diagnosed with a pulmonary Mycobacterium fortuitum (M. fortuitum) infection with cervical lymphadenitis based on the results of an open biopsy of the cervical lymph[] Mycobacterium fortuitum is a rapidly growing mycobacterium found in soil and water throughout the world.[] She was diagnosed with a pulmonary Mycobacterium fortuitum ( M. fortuitum ) infection with cervical lymphadenitis based on the results of an open biopsy of the cervical lymph[]

  • Atypical Mycobacteria

    Seven were infected with Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare, six with Mycobacterium avium, six with Mycobacterium scrofulaceum, two with Mycobacterium fortuitum, and one with[] The microbiologic evaluation of these cases showed 5 infections due to Mycobacterium chelonae and 1 infection due to Mycobacterium fortuitum.[] Some atypical mycobacteria includes Mycobacterium chelonae, Mycobacterium fortuitum, Mycobacterium abscessus and Mycobacterium kansasii.[]

  • Myocardial Abscess

    A case of pacemaker infection complicated by bacteremia and myocardial abscess caused by Mycobacterium fortuitum is reported and 9 other cases of pacemaker infection associated[] Myocardial abscess and bacteremia complicating Mycobacterium fortuitum pacemaker infection: case report and review of the literature.[] Infections, Atypical / diagnosis*, drug therapy, microbiology Mycobacterium fortuitum / isolation & purification* Pacemaker, Artificial / adverse effects* Sudan Treatment[]

  • Mycobacterial Infection

    We describe the case of a 2-year-old boy with disseminated infection by a rapidly growing, poorly pathogenic mycobacterial species that belonged to the Mycobacterium fortuitum-Mycobacterium[] fortuitum was cultured.[] Diagnoses of Mycobacterium fortuitum (MF) and Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare complex (MAC) were confirmed by tissue microbiologic cultures in the girl and boy, respectively[]

  • Cutaneous Atypical Mycobacterial Infection

    The identification of Mycobacterium fortuitum was obtained by PRA (Restriction Enzymes Pattern Analysis).[] Keywords: Mycobacterium, Skin infection How to cite this article: Hemashettar B M, Pandit A M, Siddaramappa B, Manjun. Mycobacterium Fortuitum in Cutaneous Infections.[] Keywords Non tubercular mycobacterium Atypical mycobacterium Post operative wound infection SSI Rapid growers M. fortuitum-chelonae complex Mycobacterium fortuitum Mycobacterium[]

  • Furunculosis

    Mycobacterium fortuitum complex are rapidly-growing nontuberculous mycobacteria found ubiquitously in the environment including, water, soil, dust, and biofilms.[] We identified and investigated an outbreak of Mycobacterium fortuitum furunculosis among customers of this nail salon.[] The same strain of Mycobacterium fortuitum was isolated from 14 patients and three footbaths. 1366-1371 Images in Clinical Medicine Bronchiectasis with Mycobacterium avium[]

  • Pulmonary Non-Tuberculous Mycobacterial Infection

    These organisms include: Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare : 60% (on bronchial secretions) see: pulmonary MAIC infection Mycobacterium kansasii : 25% Mycobacterium fortuitum[] The isolates included Mycobacterium abscessus (46%), Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) (36%), Mycobacterium gordonae (9%), Mycobacterium chelonae (7%), and Mycobacterium fortuitum[] , whilst Mycobacterium marinum, Mycobacterium ulcerans, Mycobacterium fortuitum and Mycobacterium chelonae cause skin infections.[]

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