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Skin commensals

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doctor1 MD

What is overgrowth of commensal flora, please? ...

doctor1 MD

Treatment for insignificant growth urethral commensals. Specimen: Urine, Type of Culture: Bacterial ...: Insignificant growth of urethral commensals. Kindly advice for treatment. ...

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IS 2-4 HPF WBC normal in a stool sample? What about growth of commensal flora observed. Patient suffers from chronic abdominal bloating ...

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PATIENT is 63yr. cough from 2weeks with sputum.tests done. sputum report says growth of commensal flora of upper respiratory tract ,10-25 epithelial cells ,>25 pus cells/LPF,numerous gram positive cocci ...

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Gram negative bacilli seen. Organism Identified: Normal commensals Please let me know is it serious ...

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Hello doctor You had told already no need of treatment for urethal commensals can I know why ... cells,epidermal cells,gram positive cocci in culture seen and insignificant growth of urethal commensals ...

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AEROBIC CULTURE AND ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY TEST: Gram s Staining: Occasional pus cells & few Gram positive cocci clusters seen. Organism Isolated : Insignificant growth urethral commensals ...

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commensals only. Is this normal? Also please tell me that my Vitamin D total test shows !!.03 ng/mL. also i ...

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of commensal perineal flora. Does this indicate a urinary tract infection? I have not heard back from my doctor ...

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: insignificant growth of urethral commensals I am 53 yrs - 69 kgs - 5 ft - female ...

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a commensal organism that isn t usually associated with serious illness? ...

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What following means ... Sample - SPUTUM Report - NEGATIVE FOR ACID FAST BACILLI SPUTUM CULTURE Sample:SPUTUM Report: Culture yeilds normal commensal of upper Respiratory tract GRAM STAIN - OCCASIONAL ...

doctor1 MD

What does this results mean: Gram stain. Gram positive cocci ..WBCs/LPF 0-1 Isolation Organisms: Gram positive bacteria observed by direct examination are normal commensals flora. This was found after ...

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i found in my stool report Specimen Stool Culture & Senstivity Culture Report Commensals Flora Grown S = Sensitive R = Resistant Remarks PATHOGENIC e.g SALMONIELLA SHEGILLA E.P.E.C & VIBRIO CHOLERAE ...

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. The is the result below: Urethral C/S [0] - [Microbiology] Gram Stain: No GNID Seen ISOLATE: Commensals Only Urine C ... ISOLATE: Commensals Only ...

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doctor1 MD

it only means that the normal healthy bacteria than live in that area of the body was on the urine. that is called the "normal flora". it does not indicate an infection

doctor1 MD

boil generally occurs due to the staphylococcus bacterial infection. probably you got from your partner as thsee are commensal on skin normally found. take a dose of norflox or amoxiclav for 3 days two times. so don't worry you will be fine soon. hope my answer is helpful and thankful for you. take care. and have a happy and healthy life.

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Hello It seems from the history that you had a vaginal swab sent for culture and sensitivityand the result is showing vaginal commensals. The commensals aare normal organisms and they do not cause disease, hence no need to worry. Thank you