Urethral Discharge

The urethral discharge is found almost exclusively in humans. The main causative organisms are Neisseria gonorrhoeae (gonorrhea) and Chlamydia trachomatis (chlamydia). The presence ...

Prophylaxis of meningococcal disease

Meningococcus is a bacterium responsible for about 30% of bacterial meningitis in France. Mortality of this infection is far from negligible despite the sensitivity of bacteria to antibiotics. A ...

Neisseria

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS: Neisseria are Gram-negative cocci, diplococci associates, sometimes tetrads and immobile. Strictly aerobic bacteria, only to respiratory metabolism (respiration ...

Moraxella – Branhamella

These are shaped bacteria or coccobacilli (Moraxella) or cocci (Branhamella). Bacilli are very short, rounded, sometimes coccoid. They are usually in pairs or short chains, often pleomorphic, ...

Bacteria Vaginosis

I – GENERAL ON VAGINOSIS: The vaginosis or nonspecific vaginitis are frequent infections, characterized by vaginal discharge and due to other agents as Candida, Trichomonas, Neisseria ...
Neisseria Gonorrhoeae smear

Other Neisseria

These are commensals of the upper airways of humans and animals that are sometimes responsible for chest infections and septicemia, often on land debilitated. 1 – CHARACTER BACTERIOLOGICAL ...

Acinetobacter

HISTORY: Beijerinck in 1911 described a germ isolated from the ground, Micrococcus calcoaceticus. In 1939 De Bord publishes preliminary work on a group of coccobacilli Gram (-) close ...
Neisseria Gonorrhoeae

Classification Neisseriaceae

  This family includes the classical genres: I Neisseria II Moraxella III Acinetobacter (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); IV Kingella V Oligella The ...
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