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Mycobacterium szulgai

Mycobacterium szulgai: Related Topics

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Mycobacterium szulgai as a Disease

Mycobacterium szulgai: Type of or association with medical condition Mycobacterial infections.
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Mycobacterium szulgai: Related Diseases

Mycobacterium szulgai: Mycobacterium szulgai is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Mycobacterium szulgai as a subtype of Mycobacterial infections

Mycobacterial infections (medical condition): Any infection that is caused by a mycobacterial organisms

Mycobacterial infections (medical condition): Infection by a particular type of bacteria called mycobacteria. Infection by bacteria from this genus can result in conditions such as leprosy (M. Leprae), tuberculosis (M. Tuberculosis) and granuloma (M. Balnei). However, many people are infected with mycobacteria but don't know as they never develop symptoms. Mycobacterial infections are generally very difficult to treat.

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