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Nocardia, Actinomyces, Propionibacterium Aerobic Gram-Positive Bacilli Form filaments (Aerobe, Anaerobe) Order: Actinomycetales Fungus-like characteristics, branching (like mycelium) Filaments; pleomorphic, diphtheroid, coccoid cells Bacteria (prokaryote) not fungal (eukaryote) Prokaryote cell ...
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... wastes deficient in nitrogen the presence of organic acids FOAMING FILAMENTS Microthrix Nocardia Type 1863 About Nocardia About Nocardia Nocardia Count About Nocardia About Nocardia About Nocardia About Nocardia About Nocardia About Nocardia About Nocardia Most Important!
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Nocardia Living in soil, organic matter and water Animal to human , human to human or vertical transmission has not been reported Extremely rare in neonates but easily diagnosed by modified AFB stain, culture and susceptibility testing
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Streptomyces is acid-fast negative and Nocardia is partially acid-fast positive BAP, growth at 2 days Gram Stain Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae Motility Tube: ...
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Infect topic Nocardia & Actinomycosis Nattaya Mangkalapiwat 28 April 2008 Nocardia :History Edmond Nocard, 1888 Aerobic actinomycete from cattle with bovine farcy Nocardia Genus : aerobic actinomycetes G+ branching filamentous bacteria Subgroup: aerobic nocardiform actinomycetes ...
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The Islamic University- Gaza Report about Nocardia spp. Prepared by Manal Ghanem El-Astal Supervised by Dr. Abdelraouf A. Elmanama Nocardia is a member of the family Actinomycetales (Cont.)
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Major filaments contributing to foam are Nocardia Microthrix Parvicella Foaming Issues Major Filaments that Cause Foaming Nocardia Grows only when high amounts of FOG are present. Feed on FOG on the surface of the basin and produce a particle surfactant foam.
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Works well on sputum smears Gram Stain - most fungi are gram positive; Actinomyces and Nocardia are gram variable Modified Acid-Fast Stain - differentiates acid-fast Nocardia from other aerobic Actinomyces Giemsa Stain – use on blood and bone marrow specimens.
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... Cefotaxime 2 gm Q4H and metronidazole 500 mg Q6H Treat for several months until CT scan is normal or looks inactive Nocardia Nocardia brain abscess Presents like other brain abscesses, ...
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... Coccidioidomycosis Pneumocystis Fungi Candida Aspergillus Phycomycosis Blastomycosis Crypococcosis Bacteria Nocardia, Actinomyces Viruses Hot tub Lung: an unusual manifestation of mycobacterial ‘infection’ Non-tuberculous organisms: ...
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... MRSA, very active against PCP. Covers Stenotrophomonas maltophila, Nocardia, and enteric gram-negative rods. Exceptions: Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Group A strep, enterococcus, Gr (-) anaerobes.
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... Nocardia species General Characteristics Aerobic, gram-positive, filamentous rods, sometimes resembling branched hyphae Weakly acid-fast and may stain gram-variable Morphologically resemble fungi, ...
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Actinomycetes and Filamentous Bacteria Filamentous Prokaryotes Actinomycetes Nocardia and related Acid-fast Organisms Actinomycetes Actinis: Ray Mycetes: Fungi Initially thought to be fungi; now known to be prokaryotes Diverse group of organisms Acid fast Acid-Fast Organisms resistant to normal ...
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Transplantation Aspergillus spp., Candida spp., Mucorales, Enterobacteriaceae, Nocardia spp., Toxoplasma gondii HIV infection Toxoplasma gondii, Nocardia spp., Mycobacterium spp., Listeria monocytogenes, Cryptococcus neoformans PPID, 2000 MICROBIOLOGY OF BRAIN ABSCESS ...
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Figure 82-2 A, Nocardia actinomycetoma of the foot. B, Hemisection of the foot showing advanced destruction of the bones. (Courtesy of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Photograph Neg. No. N-77646.) Kaplan.
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... Bacillus Listeria Erysipelothrix Corynebacterium Rhodococcus Nocardia Tropheryma Bacillus Ubiquitous in soil worldwide Endospore-forming Aerobic/facultative anaerobic Gram-positive bacilli Can be gram-variable Often hemolytic & motile (except B ...
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Changing U.S. Distribution of Nocardia Clinical Isolates: Importance of New Molecular Methods Michael M. McNeil May, 2007 Epidemiology of Nocardiosis Estimated 500-1,000 infections per year Possible increasing incidence due to rising number of immunocompromised patients No national surveillance ...
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Actinomycetes Page 6 Actinomycetes (order) Three genera Actinomyces species Nocardia species Streptomyces species Gram Positive Filamentous Bacteria Actinomycosis A chronic suppurative and granulomatous disease of the cervico-facial, thoracic or abdominal areas ...
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GRAM POSITIVE BACILLI Clinically important Gram positive bacilli Spore forming Bacillus Clostridium Non spore forming 1.Corynebacterium 2.Listeria 3.Lactobacillus Bacilli w/ branching filaments 1.Actinomyces 2.Nocardia 1.BACILLUS Bacillus anthracis Human pathogen Isolation also considered to be ...
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... Backed up secondary Nocardia foam MWRD Digester Complex MWRD Digester Complex Upset Approach Stop all scheduled process interruptions Control digester feed rate Control WAS / Primary solids ratio Chlorinate RAS to control Nocardia Clean up mess daily until process stable MWRD Digester ...
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... Nocardia, Frankia, and Streptomyces) Play important role in mineralization of organic matter Source of many antibiotics e.g. Streptomycin, Rifamycins, Lincomycin A few are pathogens: e.g. Corynebacterium diphtheriae, Mycobacterium sp. ...
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... Nocardia CMV Neutropenic Patients Fungi ( Aspergillosis) Gram-negatives More Special Cases Smokers: S. pneumo, H. influenzae, M. catarrhalis Alcoholics: S. pneumo, Klebsiella, anaerobes IV Drug User: S. aureus, Pneumocystis, anaerobes Splenectomy: ...
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Arial Wingdings Tahoma Times New Roman Network 1_Network High G + C Gram Positive Bacteria Slide 2 Slide 3 Nocardia Cutaneous Nocardiosis Cutaneous Nocardiosis Frankia Infection of Plants Slide 9 Streptomyces Uses for Streptomyces Mycetoma Actinomyces Actinomycosis Actinomycosis ...
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Actinomyces & Nocardia fungi????? bacteria????? Seem to be higher than bacteria: filamentous forms, 0.5 to 0.8 microns in diameter, which appear to branch aerial mycelia in culture clinical manifestations similar to those of a systemic fungal infection Actinomyces G＋ rod frequently branches ...
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Interpretation of Gram Stain Dr Mohammad Rahbar Reference Health Laboratory Streptococcus pneumoniae.Sputum Streptococcus agalactiae Sputum Staphylococcus aureus Sputum N.asteroides (Sputum) Nocardia asteroides ( Sputum) E.coli (Sputum) Enterobacter cloacae ( Sputum)) Stenotrophomonas ...
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... gram-positive rods Some are partially acid-fast Difficult to recognize clinically and difficult to isolate Nocardia, Streptomyces, Rhodococcus, Tsukamurella A. Nocardia 1. Characteristics a. beaded, gram-positive, variably acid-fast (depends on media), catalase positive, strict aerobe b ...
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_____bacteria gram positive bacilli with wax coat on cell wall wax increases survival in environment Nocardia spp. (weakly acid fast; require special acid-fast stain) nocardiosis: infection of lungs, skin or other tissue Mycobacterium spp. M. tuberculosis (tuberculosis) M. leprae (leprosy ...
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Next, lets turn our attention to the branching nocardioform GPRs that include Nocardia and Streptomyces. GPR, pleomorphic, Non-spore forming, Catalase negative GPR, pleomorphic, Non-spore forming, Catalase negative GPR, pleomorphic, Non-spore forming, ...
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Gram Positive Bacillus Medically Important GPR Bacillus Clostridium Listeria Erysipelothrix Lactobacillus Actinobacteria Streptomyces Proprionibacterineae Corynebacterium Nocardia Mycobacterium Bacillus anthracis Characterisitics GPR FA Capsule Spore: central endospore Nonmotile Reservoir ...
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Title: Listeria, Erysipelothrix Author: Unknown User Last modified by: Cal State L.A. Created Date: 2/18/2003 11:50:42 PM Document presentation format
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Subacute/chronic Aspergillus CMV Nocardia Tuberculosis Symptoms Symptoms are usually nonspecific Cough Fever Dyspnea Skin lesions-bacteria, fungi Nodules-Aspergillus, Nocardia Invasive sinusitis-mucor, Aspergillus, ...
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Nocardia asteroides complex accounts for approximately 80% of cases of noncutaneous invasive disease. According to some reports, the CNS is the second most commonly affected organ with some studies citing secondary CNS involvement in approximately 25% of cases.
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Actinomyces Lab diagnosis Nocardia Nocardia Lab diagnosis Comparison Fungus like Bacteria Actinomyces Lab diagnosis Nocardia Nocardia Lab diagnosis Comparison (Ray like appearance in granules- ray fungus) Actinomycosis Chronic granulomatous infection Indurated swellings, sinus tract, discharge ...
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(sulfur granules can be seen in nocardia infections but those are acid fast) Wt. loss Rarely with cervical lymphadenopathy. . Actinomycosis(lumpy Jaw) Pulmonothoracic type: Poor hygiene, dental abscess, alcohol abuse may result in pulmonary actinomycosis. Causes ...
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Nocardia asteroides Nocardia brasilensis Nocardia caviae Actinomadura madurae Actinomadura pelletier Actinomyces israelii Grains = White/Cream/Sulfur Yellow Actinomyces israeli Actinomadura madurae Nocardia sp. Streptomyces somalensis Pesudallescheria boydii Acremonium sp. Aspergillus ...
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... actinomycoses Nocardia brasiliensis causes pulmonary disease similar to TB. Foundations in Microbiology Sixth Edition Chapter 19 The Gram-Positive Bacilli of Medical Importance Medically Important Gram-Positive Bacilli Three general groups: ...
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... RNA virus Virions : outside host Prions: proteins Microbes and the Immune System Corynebacterium Nocardia M.tb Ehrlichia Pseudomonas Campylobacter Helicobacter Treponema Chlamydia Borrelia * * E. coli Corynebacterium Actinomyces Vibrio * * * * * ...
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... Nocardia Nocardia asteroides causes bronchopulmonary disease that can spread to the skin and CNS Nocardia brasiliensis causes cutaneous disease Nocardia Acid-fast stain of Nocardia asteroides in expectorated sputum Gram stain of Nocardia asteroides in expectorated sputum Pathogenesis ...
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Nocardia @ Found as saprophytes in the soil. Infection occurs by inhaling spores. Species: @ N. brasiliensis: causes mycetoma @ N. asteroides: causes nocardosis Nocardia asteroides Properties: @ Aerobes, with branching filaments, gram-positive ...
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In general, mycobacterial and nocardia are found with inflammation but this is not always true (e.g., atypicals cluster withing Macs, leprae within nerve bundles). At BWH sputum smears for AFB are read in house (x 3) on patients suspected of having TB.
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AKTINOMYCES VE NOCARDIA MİKROBİYOLOJİSİ Prof.Dr.Zeynep SÜMER AKTİNOMİÇESLER Fakültatif anaerop veya zorunlu anaerop, (A.meyeri hariç) Sporsuz, Gram pozitif basiller.
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- Plant is under-loaded or sludge is too old – Nocardia Foam - Increase wasting – reduce mixed liquor. Stiff White Foam. Thick Brown Greasy Foam. Crisp Brown or White Foam. A small amount of crisp brown or white foam on the aeration basin surface is an indicator of normal conditions.
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ACTINOMYCOSIS Prof. Khaled H. Abu-Elteen ACTINOMYCETES In this section, we shall discuss 3 genera of actinomycetes: Actinomyces, Nocardia, and Streptomyces.
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... Enterococcus Listeria Mycoplasmas Mycobacterium Corynebacterium Propionibacterium Streptomyces Actinomyces Nocardia Bdellovibrio, Desulfovibrio Helicobacter, Campylobacter * * ...
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... Bartonella Lung and /or CNS involvement – Nocardia, endemic mycoses, mycobacteria FEVER AND RASH: IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS History must include risk factor assessment – concurrent diseases, medication, travel, ...
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NOCARDIA Genus : aerobic actinomycetes G+ branching filamentous bacteria Subgroup: aerobic nocardiform actinomycetes -Mycobacterium -Corynebacterium -Nocardia -Rhodococcus -Gordona -Tsukamurella The risk of pulmonary or disseminated disease * deficient cell-mediated * -Alcoholism ...
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Nocardia Listeria basal meningitis Aspergillus Tuberculosis Mucor Don’t forget neoplasm! NOCARDIA Pleomorphil, acid-fast bacillus Often late infection with chronic immune suppression 90% of CNS Nocardia have associated pulmonary findings Dx: ...
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DO NOT FORGET Nocardia asteroides Nocardia asteroides is found in the soil. Inhalation of this organism by an immunocompromised person causes nocardiosis. Nocardiosis is a chronic lung infection that may form abscesses and sinuses (mimic Tuberculosis).
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