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primary atypical pneumonia

[′prī‚mer·ē ā′tip·ə·kəl nu̇′mō·nyə]
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The key to striving for victories in the struggle to prevent and control atypical pneumonia lies in giving scope to the important role of science and technology [italics added].
Clinical presentations of atypical pneumonia are most commonly caused by six organisms: three zoonotic organisms--Chthmydia psittaci (psittacosis), Francisella tularensis (tularemia), and Coxiella bunzetii (Q fever), and three non-zoonotic pathogens--Chlarnydia pneunzoniae.
Role of atypical pneumonia pathogens in respiratory tract infections.
Deacon Karl Tsang Fan-hing of the Hong Kong Diocesan Commission for Hospital Pastoral Care said the increasing number of cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, an atypical pneumonia whose pathology had not yet been determined, forced the diocese to issue the notice to volunteers.
Her research focuses on atypical pneumonia, vectorborne diseases, anaerobic infections, probiotics, and metagenomics.
1] Although a number of different viral, bacterial, fungal and protozoan organisms can cause atypical pneumonia, the three most common are Chlamydia pneumoniae, Legionella pneumophila, and Mycoplasma pneumoniae.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Laboratory consumables (Section I: Microbiology - Part-1)ELISA kit for Atypical pneumonia.
The causative agents of atypical pneumonia always respond to standard antimicrobial therapy in the same manner as typical pneumonia.
An interesting organism is Mycoplasma pneumoniae, also called atypical pneumonia, because the chest X-ray can have very diffuse infiltrates or appear normal.
No reports on Mycoplasma in humans appeared until 1942, when Eaton et al (2) described the isolation of a filterable agent recovered from the sputum of a patient with primary atypical pneumonia.

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