Bacteriology of scleroma and its drugs sensitivity
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The present work consisted of bacteriological study in 25 cases of scleroma. K Rhinoscleromatis could be isolated in 56% of the cases and the results were found to be affected by the previous treatment. The sensitivity tests reveals that the most effective antibiotic against scleroma is streptomycin. However, oxytetracyline and chloramphenicol are also useful against certain stains.
KeywordsPositive Culture Oxytetracycline Sarin Chronic Inflammatory Cell Bacteriological Study
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