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Name 6 Gram + bacteria
1.Staphylococcus
2. Streptococcus
3. Bacillus
4. Clostridium
5. Corynebacterium
6. Listeria (does have endotoxin)
What is a gram-negative cocci?
Neisseria (diplococcus)
What is weakly gram-positive but stains better tha acid-fast?
Mycobacteria (TB and leprosy)
Strep pyogenes
Group A beta-hemolytic.
Cause strep throat, scarlet fever, rheumatic fever, post-strep glomerulonephris.
Strep pyogenes causes 6 diseases
1. Strep pharyngitis
2. skin infections (folliculitis, cellulitits, impetigo, necrotizing fasciitis)
3.Scarlet Fever
4.Toxic Shock

2 delayed antibody-mediated:
1.Rheumatic fever
2.Post-strep glomerulonephritis
Strep agalactiae (Group B)
BABY
Neonatal menigitis,pneumonia, sepsis.
Strep viridans (alpha-hemolytic) 3 diseases
Subacute BE
Dental caries (mutans)
3. Brain/liver abscesses
Group D Strep - Enterococci
Faecalis and faecium.
Commonly affect UTI.
Part of normal gut flora.
Strep pneumoniae (diplococcus)
Pneumonia
Meningitis (adults)
Otitis media.

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