Neisseria sicca

Neis·se·ri·a sic·ca

a bacterial species found in the mucous membranes of the human respiratory tract.

Neisseria sicca

Etymology: Albert L.S. Neisser
a species of dry or slimy white-to-yellow bacteria normally found in the human nasopharynx and in saliva and sputum.

Neis·se·ri·a sic·ca

(nī-sēr'ē-ă sik'ă)
Gram-negative diplococci of the family Neisseriaceae, characterized by dry grayish or slimy white or yellow colonies; part of the normal flora of the human nasopharynx, saliva, and sputum.

Neisser,

Albert Ludwig S., German physician, 1855-1916.
Neisseria catarrhalis
Neisseria flavescens
Neisseria gonorrhoeae - a species that causes gonorrhea in humans. Synonym(s): Neisser coccus
Neisseria lactamica
Neisseria meningitidis
Neisseria sicca
Neisseria subflava
Neisseria - a genus of aerobic to facultatively anaerobic bacteria (family Neisseriaceae) that are parasites of animals.
Neisseria mucosa
Neisser coccus - Synonym(s): Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Neisser diplococcus
Neisser syringe - a urethral syringe used in treatment of gonococcal urethritis.
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Neisseria sicca meningitis following intracranial hemorrhage and ventriculostomy tube placement.
En sik olarak koagulaznegatif stafilokoklar izlendi Koagulaz negatif staphylococcus %55,2 Staphylococcus %13,8 Streptococcus pneumoniae %3,4 Klebsiella turleri %6,9 Neisseria sicca %3,4 Alcaligenes fecalis %3,4 Propionibacterium acnes %3,4 Hemophilus influenzae %10,3 Note: Table made from pie chart.