Published on January 24, 2008
M 46 Sx: cough, sptum, intermittent chest discomfort
Dense consolidation with geographic low-attenuation area in right middle lobe
Filamentous bacterial organism in neutrophil-rich background Fine Needle Aspiration Smear
Filamentous bacterial organism in neutrophil-rich background
Filamentous bacterial organism in neutrophil-rich background Neutrophils Actinomycosis
Right Middle Lobe, Multiple abscess with cavity having necrotic material and inflammatory exudate
Abscess with acute inflammation
Imflammatory exudate in bronchial lumen
Imflammatory exudate with degenerated actinomycotic colony
Actinomycosis is usually caused by bacterium called Actinomyces israelii. This is a common organism found in the nose and throat. It normally ...
Actinomycosis is a subacute-to-chronic bacterial infection caused by filamentous, gram-positive, non–acid-fast, anaerobic-to-microaerophilic ...
Actinomycosis is primarily caused by any of several members of the bacterial genus Actinomyces. These bacteria are generally anaerobes. In animals, they ...
Actinomycosis is a rare type of bacterial infection caused by actinomyces bacteria. The four main types are oral cervicofacial, thoracic, abdominal and pelvic.
Actinomycosis is a rare, chronic, and slowly progressive granulomatous disease caused by filamentous Gram positive anaerobic bacteria from the ...
Actinomycosis is a rare subacute or chronic bacterial infection that causes both suppurative and granulomatous inflammation. Characteristics include ...
Actinomycosis Definition Actinomycosis is an infection primarily caused by the bacterium Actinomyces israelii. Infection most often occurs in the face and ...
Pulmonary actinomycosis is caused by certain bacteria normally found in the mouth and gastrointestinal tract, where they do not usually cause harm.
Cervicofacial actinomycosis (ie, lumpy jaw) may have the following features: History of dental manipulation or trauma to the mouth, poor oral ...
V. K. Wong, T. D. Turmezei, V. C. Weston: Actinomycosis. In: BMJ (Clinical research ed.). Band 343, 2011, S. d6099, PMID 21990282. (Review). ...