corynebacterial


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corynebacterial

pertaining to or emanating from bacteria of the genus Corynebacterium.

corynebacterial lymphadenitis
corynebacterial mastitis
a severe, acute mastitis in cows causing much suppuration, mammary abscessation and loss of the affected quarter. See also summer mastitis.
corynebacterial pneumonia
an infectious disease of young foals caused by Corynebacterium (Rhodococcus) equi and characterized by suppurative lesions in many organs but with clinical manifestations of pneumonia. There is dyspnea, cough, grossly abnormal breath sounds and diarrhea in some cases and death in most.
corynebacterial pyelonephritis
see contagious bovine pyelonephritis.
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The corynebacterial flora of the normal human conjunctiva is lipophilic.
Coexistent erythrasma, trichomycosis axillaris, and pitted keratolysis: an overlooked corynebacterial triad?
A corynebacterial triad: Prevalence of erythrasma and trichomycosis axillaris in soldiers with pitted keratolysis.
Corynebacterium kroppenstedtii is a lipophilic corynebacterial species that lacks in the cell envelope the characteristic alpha-alkyl-beta-hydroxy long-chain fatty acids, designated mycolic acids.
This case raises the issue of waning vaccine protection in older patients and suggests that toxin-mediated corynebacterial disease remains a threat to public health.
Since 1966, several case reports and reviews have described 191 cases of nondiphtheriae corynebacterial endocarditis on both prosthetic and native valves.
We have described three cases of nondiphtheriae corynebacterial nosocomial endocarditis associated with IID, all occurring in a single hospital, accounting for one third of 10 cases occurring in an 18-month period.
Diphtheria, other mycobacterial, and corynebacterial and coryneform infections.