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5 Matching questions

  1. stools
  2. Extraintestinal infection (E. Coli)
  3. Photorhabdus and Xenorhabdus
  4. EagEC
  5. Uropathogenic E. Coli
  1. a causes diarrhea by adhereing to the surface of the intestinal mucosa, mostly seen in children
  2. b should be screened for salmonella, shigella, campylobacter

    generally non lactose fermenters
  3. c meningitis and septicemia among neonates.

    most commonly isolated gram negative rod from blood cultures in adults
  4. d do not reduce nitrates to nitrites
  5. e most common cause of urinary tract infections in humans

    *caused by pili

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. infantile diarrhea
    mucus
    nurseries
  2. Indole, and Methyl red
  3. not oxidase negative (only one)
  4. gram-negative, non spore-forming, faculatively anaerobic rods
  5. are useful for identification

5 True/False questions

  1. Serratiahuman carriers
    *cause dysentery
    improper sanitary conditions
    posses only the O antigen
    non motile
    ileus

          

  2. EHECcauses diarrhea by adhereing to the surface of the intestinal mucosa, mostly seen in children

          

  3. Yersinia Enterocolita25-30C

          

  4. Enteroadherent E. Colistrains generally associated with two kinds of human disease; dearrheal syndromes and UTIs

          

  5. Edwardsiellaclinically signficant human pathogen
    causes bacteremic and wound infections