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Most Common Organism in different clinical disease

Most Common Organism in different clinical conditions

  1. Ascitic tap – E.coli
  2. Peritonitis – E.coli.
  3. Pyogenic peritonitis – Bacteroids.
  4. Puerperal sepsis – Bacteroids.
  5. P.O abdominal and gynaecological infection – Bacteroids.
  6. Abscess – S.Aureus.
  7. Acute osteomyelitis – S.Aureus.
  8. Toxic shock syndrome – S.Aureus.
  9. Wound infection – S.Aureus > Pseudomona.
  10. Hospital acquired pneumonia – S.Aureus.
  11. Septic meningitis – Streptococcus.
  12. Initiation of dental caries – Streptococcus.
  13. Pyogenic lung abscess + Meningitis – Staphylococcus.
  14. Subacute bacterial endocarditis – S.viridians.
  15. Prosthetic valve endocarditis – S.epidermidis.
  16. Cellulitis – S.pyogenes.
  17. Multiple draining sinuses – Actinomyces.
  18. IUCD infection – Actinomycosis.
  19. Trachoma – Chlamydia.
  20. Pelvic inflammatory disease – Chlamydia.
  21. Lymphogranuloma venereum – Chlamydia.
  22. Pseudomembranous colitis – C.Difficile.
  23. Gas gangrene – C.Perfringes / C.Welchii.
  24. Fatal diarrhea – V.Cholrea.
  25. Tubulo ovarian cyst – Gonococcus.
  26. Valvular itching + Pink purulent discharge – Trichomanas vaginilis.
  27. Infection in post liver transplant patient – CMV.
  28. Chorioretinitis in AIDS – CMV.
  29. Bronchogenic carcinoma – CMV.
  30. Herpangia – Coxsakie virus.
  31. Hand foot and mouth disease – Coxsakie virus
  32. Lymphoma in AIDS – EBV.
  33. Burkitt lymphoma – EBV.
  34. Non hodgkin lymphoma – EBV.
  35. Hairy tongue – EBV.
  36. Nasopharyngeal carcinoma – EBV.
  37. Infectious mononucleosis – EBV.
  38. Kaposi sarcoma – HHV8.
  39. Cervical cancer – HPV 16.
  40. Vulval papules – HSV.
  41. Meningo-encephalitis – Echovirus.
  42. Meningitis in AIDS – Cryptococcus neoformans.
  43. Black water fever – Plasmodium falciparum.
  44. Cysticercosis – Taenia solium.
  45. Cyst in liver – Teania echinococcus.
  46. SCC of bladder – Schistosomiasis.
  47. Cholangio carcinoma – Clonorchis Sinensis.
  48. Migratory lesion of foot – Cutaneous larva migrans.

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