coproculture

coproculture

culture of the feces for the purpose of hatching parasite eggs and obtaining larvae for morphological identification.
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Results of urinalysis and coproculture were negative for parasites.
aureus was isolated in the urine of a patient, and Escherichia coli from a patient's coproculture.
In coproculture, this microorganism is probably not diagnosed: it was initially identified as normal aerobic flora because it was oxidase negative.
The patient reported abdominal pain starting on 6 June and then severe diarrhea (10 to 12 stools per day) until 13 June; on that day the patient went to his general practitioner, who gave him loperamide and suggested a coproculture.
Clinical specimens for human samples were collected from patients suspected of having gastrointestinal tract infection in Tebessa region and coprocultures were carried out to identify bacterial causes.