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Exudate Terminology

terminology

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Define Anorectal, and for what organism is this the specimen of choice? Pertaining to the anus and rectum considered together, Group B Streptococcus
Define epididymitis, and what disease would be suspected if this symptom was found? Inflammation of the epididymis characterized by fever and pain on the side of the scrotum: seen as a complication of prostatitis and cystitis. Immediately suspect Chlamydia or Gonorhhea.
What are the three degrees of follicle infections Folliculitis, furuncles, and carbuncles
What is Erysipeloid, and what organism is it assocaited with a superficial soft tissue infection usually caused by Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae
What is the name for joint fluid? synovial fluid
Created by: cfchang