The limitation in this case was the unavailability of gene analysis specifically for rmpA gene (regulator of mucoid
phenotype) and siderophore biosynthetic genes which are helpful in diagnosis.
The results of this study showed that the ethanolic extracts of oregano exhibited antibacterial properties as indicated by their ability to inhibit nonmucoid and mucoid
clinical isolates of P.
pylori in middle ear effusion Patient Age Sex Middle ear Nature of No (Year) effusion effusion fluid 1 4 F Bilateral Mucoid
2 5 M Unilateral Mucoid
3 6 F Bilateral Serous 4 6 M Bilateral Mucoid
5 12 M Bilateral Mucoid
6 8 F Bilateral Mucoid
7 3 M Bilateral Mucoid
8 5 F Bilateral Mucoid
9 4 F Bilateral Mucoid
10 4 F Bilateral Mucoid
11 6 M Bilateral Serous 12 5 M Bilateral Mucoid
13 4 F Bilateral Mucoid 14 6 F Bilateral Mucoid 15 6 M Bilateral Mucoid 16 5 M Bilateral Mucoid 17 7 F Bilateral Mucoid 18 3 M Bilateral Mucoid 19 9 M Bilateral Mucoid 20 7 M Bilateral Mucoid 21 2 M Unilateral Mucoid Patient Tympanometry H.
and purulent nasal discharges are caused by the presence of foreign matter such as grasses or weeds in the nose - this usually results in sneezing and pawing at the nose when first inhaled but over time you may only see nasal discharge and occasional sneezing.
On the basis of observation and their location, the neoplasms were tentatively identified as mucoid
On ultrasound, a developmental cyst appears as a unilocular or multilocular retrorectal cystic lesion, sometimes with internal echoes due to mucoid
material or inflammatory debris.
anthracis Colony on blood agar Mucoid
and orange Gray-white to white Spore production - + (central) Motility + - Hemolysis on blood agar - - Penicillin susceptibility + + Catalase production + + Indole production - - Growth at 4[degrees]C + - Anaerobic growth + + Cutaneous infection Ulcer, black eschar, Eschar, malignant blister pustule Other infections None reported Intestinal anthrax, pulmonary anthrax, meningitis * +, present; -, absent.
Clinical signs were sneezing, coughing, and mucoid
nasal and ocular discharge.
In addition appeared opaque transparent or translucent mucoid
or non mucoid
with entire edges and convex (Oren et al.
1 It was described by Billorth in 1859 for a group of tumours of the salivary gland that contained varying amounts of mucoid
and cartilaginous material.
Bacillus subtilis (nonmucoid strain) and mucoid
isolates Bacillus T and F were inoculated in 1% starch broth or skimmed milk broth and incubated at 37[degrees]C.
Results showed that two of the "natural" stone formers possessed large quantities of mucoid
substances that were not present in any of the other participants.