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Systematic microbiology

Chapter:
Systematic microbiology
Author(s):

Estee Torok

, Ed Moran

, and Fiona Cooke

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780198569251.003.0004
Bacteria - Identification of bacteria - Biochemical tests - Overview of Gram-positive cocci - - Meticillin-resistant - Glycopeptide resistance in - Coagulase-negative staphylococci - Streptococci – overview - - Enterococci - - Viridans streptococci - Group A Streptococcus - Group B Streptococcus - Other β-haemolytic streptococci - Other Gram-positive cocci - Overview of Gram-positive rods - species - - - Non-diphtheria corynebacteria - - - - - - - Other clostridia - - - - and - Gram-negative cocci – overview - - - Non-pathogenic Neisseria - - Anaerobic Gram-negative cocci - - - - - - - - - Other - Overview of Gram-negative rod non-fermenters - Glucose non-fermenters - - - - - - - Overview of fastidious Gram-negative rods - - Other spp. - HACEK organisms - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Other Species - - - - - Bacteroides - and - - Spirochaetes – an overview - species - species - species - Overview of Rickettsia - Rickettsial diseases - (Q fever) - species - - - - - - - - Non-tuberculous mycobacteria - Viruses - Overview of virology - Influenza – introduction - Influenza – clinical features and diagnosis - Influenza – treatment and prevention - Parainfluenza - Respiratory syncytial virus - Other respiratory viruses - Measles - Mumps - Rubella - Parvovirus B19 - Human herpesvirus type 6 - Human herpesvirus type 7 - Herpes simplex virus - Varicella zoster virus - Infectious mononucleosis - Epstein–Barr virus - Cytomegalovirus - Viral gastroenteritis - Rotavirus - Caliciviruses - Astroviruses - Hepatitis A virus - Hepatitis B virus - Hepatitis D virus - Hepatitis C virus - Hepatitis E virus - Hepatitis viruses - HIV virology and immunology - HIV laboratory tests - Enterovirus - Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus - - - Adenovirus - Human herpesvirus type 8 - Human papillomavirus - Polyomaviruses - Poxviruses - Poliovirus - Human T-cell lymphotropic virus - Flaviviruses - Yellow fever - Dengue - Viral haemorrhagic fevers - Filoviruses - Arenaviruses (Lassa fever) - Rabies virus - Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease (CJD) - Kuru - Gerstmann–Sträussler–Scheinker syndrome - Fatal familial insomnia - Fungi - Overview of fungi - species - Superficial infections - Invasive infections - infections - Other yeasts - - - - Mucormycosis - Eumycetoma - Dermatophytes - Other moulds - - Chromomycosis - - - - - - Protozoa - species (malaria) - - - - - - - - complex - - - - - Free-living amoebae - - Helminths - Nematodes - - - and - - - Cutaneous larva migrans - Visceral larva migrans - species - - Filiariasis - - - Cestodes - Trematodes (flukes) - Abdominal angiostrongyliasis - Anisakiasis - Ectoparasites - Capilliariasis - Ectoparasites

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