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Results 1 - 5 of 5 for mycobacterium infection OR mycobacterium "infection," atypical OR Mycobacterium marinum
  1. This bacterial infection is caused by Mycobacterium marinum . Marinum is a relative of the organism which causes tuberculosis. This lesion is often referred to as a ...
  2. ... pool granuloma is a long-term (chronic) skin infection. It is caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium marinum . ... A swimming pool granuloma occurs when water containing ... a skin infection appear about 2 - 3 weeks later. Risks include ...
  3. Hand Infections (American Society for Surgery of the Hand)  
    ... necessary. Residual stiffness is common, despite treatment. Such infections may involve other soft tissues as well. Mycobacterium marinum is a common form and typically develops after ...
  4. AFB (Acid-Fast Bacillus) Smear and Culture (American Association for Clinical Chemistry)  
    ... resistant to antibiotics. Other mycobacterial species, such as Mycobacterium marinum , grow in water, such as fish tanks, and can cause skin infections, while other rapidly growing mycobacteria can infect wounds ...
  5. Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) (National Jewish Health)  
    ... This is the organism that causes human tuberculosis. Mycobacterium leprae ... population develop infections caused by these lesser-known "cousins" of TB ...