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Bug Bite Identification Guide
Show it to a doc: Definitely the key to a diagnosis is getting the right doctor to evaluate something. In your case, I would hope your primary doc would be able to help you out. If not, infectious disease specialists are pretty good. Most bug bites aren't very serious, but if this is bothering you - best to get on the phone and try to be seen. Any ideas what it could have come from? Important symptoms like fever?? ...Read more
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Why do we still use culture and microscopic examination as the main way of identification in medmicro?
It works: The tried and true methods work and are economical. Other diagnostic modalities such as PCR and MALDITOF are used as appropriate. ...Read more
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Absolutely Yes: Any person suffering from autism should carry on their person some sort of identification to ensure they are able to communicate their special needs. Individuals who function at a higher level may carry a card in their wallet or purse. Those with lower function may wear id bracelets or id made of durable materials. Check out: medicalert.Org for information. Simple laminate cards can be homemade. ...Read more
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Where can I get checked at without all my papers? Hi i haven't gotten checked for my pregnacy i got pregnate out of state i lost my birthcertificate and social security card and i only have an old school id as an identification is there anywhere i can ge
Yes, : Yes, you can be seen at any planned parenthood clinic for example, or many other free or low-cost clinics. You can call your local er for a referral and they can help you, or call your local clinic and they can give you advice on where to be seen for your pregnancy. Congratulations on your pregnancy. ...Read more
Cecal volvulus: The cecum is the first part of the large intestine. A volvulus results when the bowel twists on its blood supply. This will cause an obstruction of the intestine which will lead to abdominal distention (swelling) and an inability to have a bowel movement. The treatment is to untwist it and may require removal of that part of the intestine. It is often the result of severe constipation. ...Read more
CULTFUNGI Result 1 Colony Sterile mold, does not produce conidia necessary for identification.1 Colony Yeast not Cryptococcus neoformans Do I need med?
No pathogens noted
Culture again if symptoms persist!
Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
CULT FUNGI Result
1 Colony Sterile mold, does not produce conidia necessary for identification.
1 Colony Yeast not Cryptococcus neoformans.Explain ?
Petri dish jargon: This is the microbiologist's report on two single colonies of different fungi. One is a yeast form and one is a mould. Neither can be identified as to what 'species' it is, but it doesn't matter since these are what we call 'contaminants'. I suspect this was a 'sputum' sample? This occurs quite commonly in those specimens. If you're not feeling well, good to see the doc who ordered the test. ...Read more
I need help in a possible identification of an STD or disease. My pubic area, and legs itch like crazy and I have a skin break o/ hand and penis?
Bug bites can cause different reactions in people depending on what the bug is, how sensitive the person is, whether the person has an allergic reaction to the bug bite and if the person irritates the area by scratching it
If the redness around the bite is large and is warm to touch then it could be infected
Some bug bites can take several weeks to completely go away- topical steroid cream helps ...Read more
I will only be able: To provide generic info since there isn't really info about the bite. Oral antihistamines can be used for itching. A salve composed of 2 parts baking soda and one part water can help with pain ; itching when placed over the wound. ...Read more
Bug bites: Mild local reactions - the patient will likely have some itching and localized swelling which goes away within a few days. The patient may find that placing a cold compress over the affected area, taking oral painkillers, such as tylenol (acetaminophen) or Ibuprofen help. A steroid cream or anesthetic cream may also help soothe the discomfort. Some patients may find an antihistamine helps. ...Read more
What is the main: Ingredient? It looks like part of your question was cut off. Please clarify and re-ask question. ...Read more
No certain way: Unless you catch the bug in the act or has the dead body to prove, there is no way to tell . Spider bites however often leads to an infection. ...Read more
Clarify: I am sorry but there is just not enough information to provide you with a helpful answer. Consider clarifying and re-asking this question. ...Read more