mycobacterial


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mycobacterial

emanating from or pertaining to mycobacterium.

mycobacterial granuloma
may be caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis (see cutaneous tuberculosis), M. lepraemurium (see feline leprosy) or opportunist mycobacteria (see opportunist mycobacterial granuloma, below).
opportunist mycobacterial granuloma
a chronic infection of the skin and subcutaneous tissue, caused by saprophytic mycobacteria, usually as a result of wound contamination. Seen most commonly in cats, particularly in the inguinal region, the lesion may be extensive with ulceration and draining fistulas. Called also pyogranulomatous panniculitis.
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Opportunist mycobacterial granuloma in a dog.
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The studies comparing the three treatment modalities described complete excision, mycobacterial antibiotics and observation are lacking.
It is the second-most common opportunistic atypical mycobacterial pathogen after Mycobacterium Avium Complex (MAC).
The study population included adults, [greater than or equal to] 14 years of age (as defined in SA), referred to the FNAB clinic for suspected mycobacterial LAD, where cytomorphology was consistent with mycobacterial disease.
Mycobacterial spindle cell pseudotumor (MSP) of the nasal septum clinically mimicking Kaposi's sarcoma: case report.
Nontuberculous mycobacterial lung disease prevalence at four integrated health care delivery systems.
This gave the clue to non-tuberculous mycobacterial infection.
A diagnosis of mycobacterial infection was made clinically in a total of 25 patients, including five of 45 patients with severe combined immune deficiency (11.
Increased Creactive protein level with normal total and differential counts may suggest the possibility of atypical mycobacterial infection.
Stationary phase-associated protein expression in Mycobacterium tuberculosis: function of the mycobacterial alpha-crystallin homolog.
2013) showed that differences in mycobacterial growth inhibition between groups were consistent with different levels of protection in experimentally-matched mice challenged in vivo, thus demonstrating the utility of animal MGIAs for biological validation.
Val61Glu was found in a compound heterozygote together with a deletion, resulting in recessive complete susceptibility to mycobacterial infection ([4]; note here, this variant was incorrectly described as p.