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Gram stain and nongonococcal urethritis, what is this?

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Dr. Eric Weisman
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In brief: Lab test and result

Gram stain is applied with an eye dropper to a slide and taken up by the bacterial.
It affects the way bacteria present in concentrated urine appears under the microscope. Non gonococcal urithritis is a type of urinary tract infection caused by a bacteria other than gonococcus. (e coli for example as seen in the photo i posted).

In brief: Lab test and result

Gram stain is applied with an eye dropper to a slide and taken up by the bacterial.
It affects the way bacteria present in concentrated urine appears under the microscope. Non gonococcal urithritis is a type of urinary tract infection caused by a bacteria other than gonococcus. (e coli for example as seen in the photo i posted).
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