staphylococcal infection

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Related to staphylococcal infection: Staphylococcus aureus
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Noun1.staphylococcal infection - an infection with staphylococcus bacteria; usually marked by abscess formation
infection - the pathological state resulting from the invasion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms
furuncle - a painful sore with a hard core filled with pus
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Shortly after that date, he was admitted to Roger Williams Hospital and diagnosed with a spinal epidural abscess stemming from a staphylococcal infection, which rendered him unable to perform his duties as a police officer.
Bullous impetigo is the result of a staphylococcal infection, which produces an epidermolytic toxin leading to bulla formation.
This is still a good choice to use them alone or in combination with other antibiotic, in life threatening staphylococcal infection.
This is the inflammation of hair follicles as a result of staphylococcal infection. It can occur almost anywhere but it's commonly found on the neck, thighs, buttocks or armpits, sometimes causing a boil.
The method was successfully applied to the monitoring of RIF in 28 blood samples provided from patients treated by RIF for tuberculosis or staphylococcal infection diseases.
Although it can be sterile, it is frequently caused by a staphylococcal infection. It presents as an acute, painful, inflammatory nodule on the anterior aspect of the eyelid.
Another approach to addressing staphylococcal infection is to boost host defense by enhancing the quality of phagocytic responses in early life.
The latter is the only producer of allergy and staphylococcal infection vaccines in Russia.
Staphylococcal infection is rare in nursing mothers.
"Despite the increasing incidence of community-acquired MRSA/MSSA infections, the gyms that we studied do not appear to be significant sources of staphylococcal infection," commented lead investigator Kathleen Ryan.

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