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Laboratory Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Shigella dysenteriae 4.27/5 (11)

Laboratory Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Shigella dysenteriae

Laboratory Diagnosis of Shigella dysenteriae Specimens: stool, mucus flecks, and rectal swabs for culture. Large numbers of fecal leukocytes and some red blood cells often are seen microscopically. Microscopic examination Microscopic examination of stool smears reveals higher number of PMN cells. They are Gram negative small rod shaped, non-motile, non-capsulated. Culture and biochemical analysis The […]

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