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introduction to Mycobacterium scrofula infection-Symptoms-Treatment-Nursing-Diet

introduction to Mycobacterium scrofula infection-Symptoms-Treatment-Nursing-Diet

Brief introduction of Mycobacterium scrofula infection

Mycobacterium scrofulaceum (mycobacterium scrofulaceum) is widely distributed in nature, and its characteristic is that it can produce yellow pigment in dark. It can produce colonies on Roche medium at 30 ℃ and 37 ℃ for 2 ~ 3 weeks, but does not grow below 25 ℃. If it is cultured at 37 ℃ for 3 days and then at 25 ℃, it can grow rapidly, and the pathogenesis is not exact. The clinical manifestations are granulomatous nodules 10 days to several months after trauma, or erysipelas-like appearance. Damage is often solitary without systemic symptoms. Acid-fast bacillus culture and strain identification can be used for diagnosis. Self-healing. Antibiotics and vaccine treatment can speed up recovery.

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Basic knowledge of Mycobacterium scrofula infection

  • Whether it belongs to medical insurance: No
  • Alias: Mycobacterium lymph node infection
  • Incidence site: skin lymph
  • Infectious: non-contagious
  • Multiple populations: All populations
  • Related symptoms: nodular granuloma erysipelas-like appearance wound infection secondary infection
  • Complicated disease: syphilis

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