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Diphtheritic membranous angina
Infection of the fauces by Corynebacterium diphtheriae.
National Institutes of Health
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Atypical Cases of Faucial Diphtheria Presenting Without Membrane in Children
Corpus ID: 59111076
Background: Diphtheria is a vaccine preventable disease with characteristic features of fever, sore throat, pseudo membrane and…
Outcomes of respiratory diphtheria in a tertiary referral infectious disease hospital.
Indian journal of medical sciences
Corpus ID: 207442205
BACKGROUND Diphtheria is a fatal disease and may cause serious complications if not recognized early and treated properly…
Excision of Large Faucial Protuber ant Pathological Changes by Using Long Self-regulating Scissor and CO_2 Laser
Corpus ID: 75725078
Objective: To explore the clinical application and significance of long self-regulating scissor and CO2 laser for large faucial…
Diphtheria : are we ready for it ? usually stops bacterial shedding within 48 hours . Diphtheria in England and Wales
Corpus ID: 22933025
Pharyngeal or cutaneous diphtheria is caused by toxigenic strains of Corynebacterium diphtheriae and occasionally by…
[Mouth colonization by Streptococcus pyogenes in patients with impetigo].
Revista cubana de medicina tropical
Corpus ID: 38067251
The faucial carrying of Streptococcus pyogenes in patients presenting impetigo was determined as a risk factor for non…
A. N. Smirnov
Fel'dsher i akusherka
Corpus ID: 41902712
Hospital based surveillance of faucial diphtheria in & around Delhi.
K. K. Dutta
A. K. Mukherjee
A. N. Rai Chowdhuri
The Indian journal of medical research
Corpus ID: 7283990
The incidence and treatment of faucial diphtheria in a rural West Bengal population.
Journal of the Indian Medical Association
Corpus ID: 28300923
A bacteriological investigation of wound infections in Rarotonga, Cook Islands.
N. P. Markham
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical…
Corpus ID: 2131029
Abstract 1. 1) A bacteriological investigation of 195 infected skin lesions, and 248 nose, throat and skin swabs has been carried…
THE PATHOGENICITY OF THE FUSIFORM BACILLUS AND SPIRILLUM OF PLAUT-VINCENT: A CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY
H. H. Lichtenberg
Esther Volckmann Lueck
Corpus ID: 71786099
It has been quite generally accepted that the Plaut-Vincent organisms have a pathogenic relationship to a variety of clinical…
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