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What is Mycobacterium xenopi?

What is Mycobacterium xenopi?

  • Mycobacterium xenopi: A form of mycobacterium.
  • Mycobacterium xenopi: A slow-growing, scotochromogenic species occurring usually harmlessly in human secretions but occasionally associated with chronic pulmonary disease. (Dorland, 28th ed)
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Mycobacterium xenopi: Introduction

Types of Mycobacterium xenopi:

Broader types of Mycobacterium xenopi:

What causes Mycobacterium xenopi?

Causes of Mycobacterium xenopi: see causes of Mycobacterium xenopi

What are the symptoms of Mycobacterium xenopi?

Symptoms of Mycobacterium xenopi: see symptoms of Mycobacterium xenopi

Can anyone else get Mycobacterium xenopi?

More information: see contagiousness of Mycobacterium xenopi
Inheritance: see inheritance of Mycobacterium xenopi

Mycobacterium xenopi: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Mycobacterium xenopi.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Mycobacterium xenopi.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Mycobacterium xenopi: Infectious Disease Specialist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Mycobacterium xenopi.
Treatments for Mycobacterium xenopi: see treatments for Mycobacterium xenopi
Research for Mycobacterium xenopi: see research for Mycobacterium xenopi

Name of Mycobacterium xenopi

Main name of condition: Mycobacterium xenopi

Mycobacterium xenopi: Related Conditions

Research the causes of these diseases that are similar to, or related to, Mycobacterium xenopi:

 

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