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10 Cards in this Set

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staph epidermis
normal flora of skin, nose
staph aureus
normal flora of skin, nose. gm-positive cocci in clusters.
candida sp.
mucous membranes, skin, nails, white coating tongue
streptococcus mutans
mouth dental caries, strict, facilitative
streptococcus pyogenes
pharynx. gm-positive cocci in chains.
streptococcus pneumoniae
bacterial pneumonia. gm-positive diplococci.
normal flora of the intestines
lactobacilli, enterobacteria, bacteriodes, enterococcus faecalis, clostridium perfringens
normal flora of urogenital tract
lactobacilli, staph epidermis, enterobacteria, streptococcus faecalis
normal flora of skin
staph epi, staph aureus, candida sp.
variations in bacterial shapes, describe bacterial morphology:
1. Nocardia or Actinomyces
2. Vibrio sp. or Campylobacter sp.
3. Haemophilus
4. Fusobacterium
1. Nocardia or Actinomyces - branched filamentous
2. Vibrio sp. or Campylobacter sp. - curved rods
3. Haemophilus - coccobacillus
4. Fusobacterium - toothpick shaped or fusiform