bacteriologic


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bac·te·ri·o·log·ic

, bacteriological (bak-tēr'ē-ō-loj'ik, -i-kăl),
Relating to bacteria or to bacteriology.

bacteriologic

[baktir′ē·əloj′ik]
Etymology: Gk, bakterion
pertaining to bacteriology. Also bacteriological.

bacteriological

adjective Referring or pertaining to bacteria.

bac·te·ri·o·log·ic

, bacteriological (bak-tēr'ē-ŏ-loj'ik, -i-kăl)
Relating to bacteria or to bacteriology.
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Clinical cure and bacteriologic eradication (confirmed or presumed) rates were virtually identical for the patients treated for 5 days (91.
Bacteriologic findings in peritonsillar abscesses in young adults.
Bacteriologic eradication was achieved in 94% of both treatment groups at days 4-11, with 97% of E.
Koch's enduring interest in photography would become greatly enhanced with his bacteriologic research in later life.
Application of a surface sampling technique to the evaluation of bacteriologic effectiveness of certain hospital housekeeping procedures.
At the first assessment point, 4-11 days post-treatment, bacteriologic eradication was achieved in 94% in the once daily therapy arm and 94% in the twice a day-treated patients; clinical cure was observed in 95% of the once-daily treated patients compared to 93% of twice-daily therapy patients.
Fecal samples collected at admission were subjected to routine virologic (electron microscopy [EM], cell cultures, latex agglutination, and reverse transcription PCR) and bacteriologic (culturing with selective and differential media) examinations.
A total of 82 fecal samples were collected from cages, and evaluated by bacteriologic methods and a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique for Campylobacter spp.
However, bronchoalveolar lavage and transbronchial biopsy gave the bacteriologic confirmation of the disease, and tuberculous granulomas were evident in bone marrow biopsy specimens.