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Alcoholic vomits gastric contents and develops foul smelling sputum. What kind of organisms are most likely?
Anaerobes
Middle-age male presents with acute onset monoarticular joint pain and bilateral Bell's palsy. What is the disease and how did he get it?
Lyme disease; bite from Ixodes tick.
Urine analysis of a patient shows WBC casts. What is the diagnosis?
Pyelonephritis.
Patient presents with "rose gardner's" scenario (thorn prick with ulcers along lymphatic drainage). What is the infectious bug?
Sporothrix shenckii.
25 yo medical student has a burning feeling in his gut after meals. Biopsy of gastric mucosa shows gram-negative rods. What is the likely organism?
Helicobacter pylori.
32 yo male has cauliflower skin lesions. Tissue biopsy shows broad-based budding yeasts. What is the likely organism?
Blastomyces