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examination and diagnosis of microspirillum infection

examination and diagnosis of microspirillum infection


Common examination of microspirillum infection

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Blood routine examination showed that the white blood cell count was normal or slightly higher, while the eosinophil count was higher. About 50% of syphilis serum tests were false positive. Exudate or local lymph node puncture extracts are obtained from ulcer, and spirochetes can be found by dark visual field examination. Treponema can be seen by Giemsa staining or argyrophilic staining in peripheral blood, swollen lymph nodes and skin damage after being bitten by infected mice. Positive results can be obtained by inoculation of guinea pigs.

Histopathology: At the local inoculation site, the skin showed edema, monocyte infiltration and necrosis. Local lymph node proliferation. When spirochetes invade the blood, both liver and renal tubules show toxic hemorrhage and necrosis. There are congestion, edema and turbid swelling in myocardium, spleen and meninges.

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