actinomycotic


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ac·ti·no·my·cot·ic

(ak'ti-nō-mī-kot'ik),
Relating to actinomycosis.

ac·ti·no·my·cot·ic

(ak'ti-nō-mī-kot'ik)
Relating to actinomycosis.

ac·ti·no·my·cot·ic

(ak'ti-nō-mī-kot'ik)
Relating to actinomycosis.

actinomycotic

caused by infection with Actinomyces spp.

actinomycotic fistulous withers
see fistulous withers.
actinomycotic lesion
'actinomycotic' lesions resemble those caused by Actinomyces spp. and may contain small particulate granules, such as occur in actinomycosis. These granules also have an asteroid appearance under the microscope. The lesions are slow growing and often caused by Aspergillus spp. or Coccidioides immitis.
actinomycotic mandibular osteomyelitis
actinomycotic mycetoma
actinomycotic poll evil
see poll evil.
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Cytological features of mandibular actinomycotic osteomyelitis in a cow.
Due to the opportunistic characteristics of the actinomycotic infection, early and adequate differential diagnosis prior to therapeutic attempts, as well as management steps are of great importance in the oral cavity to prevent the spread of the disease.
Due to the opportunistic characteristics of the actinomycotic infection, early differential diagnosis of actinomycosis is very important.
Histology identified actinomycotic organisms that were associated with an abscess (figure 2).
Invasive mycotic and actinomycotic oropharyngeal and craniofacial infection in two patients with AIDS.
With the exception of specimens from actinomycotic mycetoma, the isolation of Streptomyces from clinical specimens frequently is considered laboratory contamination (3).
Thomas B et all report two cases of hepatic actinomycotic abscesses with contrasting features, one featuring an inferior vena cava(IVC) thrombus (Presumed infected) and septic pulmonary emboli.
2) Fistulae complicate approximately one-third of abdominal actinomycotic abscesses, which may allow for continuous spread.
Demonstration of grains (granules) in purulent discharge or biopsy specimens has been emphasized as the crucial diagnostic maneuver in early recognition of actinomycotic infection.
A case of Actinomycotic mycetoma involving the right foot.
Local mucosal injury causes actinomycotic infection of the lactiferous ducts.