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Pseudomonas aeruginosa in otitis externa. A particular variety of the bacteria?
P aeruginosa in otitis externa displayed fewer of the usual biochemical features of the species than did the strains isolated from other infections, and produced less pyocyanin and less urease and exhibited no mucoid-producing strains. Expand
Pseudomonas aeruginosa adherence to external auditory canal epithelium.
The significantly increased ability of P aeruginosa, isolated from external otitis, to adhere to external auditory canal epithelium was combined with a significant production of pathogenic factors. Expand
Sensory Neuropeptides, Serotonin Innervations and Personality in Women withVulvodynia
An increase in PGP 9.5 immunoreactive nerve fibers may be either secondary to nerve sprouting, or may represent neural hyperplasia, which could be applied as an objective diagnostic finding in vulvadynia. Expand