antistreptococcic

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antistreptococcic

 [an″te-, an″ti-strep″to-kok´sik]
counteracting streptococcal infection.

an·ti·strep·to·coc·cic

(an'tē-strep'tō-kok'sik),
Destructive to streptococci or antagonistic to their toxins.

an·ti·strep·to·coc·cic

(an'tē-strep-tō-kok'sik)
Destructive to streptococci or antagonistic to their toxins.

antistreptococcic

counteracting streptococcal infection.
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Sydenham's chorea occurs as a result of cross-reaction of antistreptococcal antibodies with basal ganglia neurons (10).
Antistreptococcal and antioxidant activity of essential oil from Matricaria chamomilla L.
28] Although measurement of the absolute neutrophil count may increase diagnostic accuracy for GABHS when rapid antigen testing is not available, routine use is also not recommended;[29] nor are antistreptococcal antibody titres, as they reflect past and not current infections.
A61: prevalence of streptococcal antibodies in pediatric non-rheumatic Fever syndromes in areas of low rheumatic Fever incidence: repeat antibodies testing or antistreptococcal treatment do not add value but adds cost to management.
Antistreptococcal treatment of guttate psoriasis: a controlled study.
There is no role for using antistreptococcal antibody titers to help diagnose acute GAS pharyngitis.
Acute guttate psoriasis patients have positive Streptococcus hemolyticus throat cultures and elevated antistreptococcal M6 protein titers.
Preliminary findings of antistreptococcal antibody titers and basal ganglia volumes in tic, obsessive- compulsive, and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders.
The BCM-95 group showed improvement over others in reducing C-reactive protein (CRP) a measure of chronic inflammation, and antistreptococcal antibodies (ASO) titers, which are associated with severity of RA activity.
Owen CM, Chalmers RJ, O'Sullivan T, Griffiths CE: A systematic review of antistreptococcal interventions for guttate and chronic plaque psoriasis.
MRSA should be considered in those who have signs of systemic toxicity or in those who do not respond to antistreptococcal treatment.
Due to the clear association between guttate psoriasis and streptococcal disease, appropriate testing should be done and antistreptococcal antibiotics initiated.