Atypical Bacteria
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ATYPICAL BACTERIA: MYCOPLASMA MYCOPLASMA RICKETTSIA Small gram-negative non-motile facultatively anaerobic bacteria that lack a true cell wall and require sterol for growth. Gram negative, obligate intracellular, non acid fast bacteria Gram negative, obligate bacteria which reproduce by binary fission coccoid   M.leprae   M.pneumoniae Leprosy Atypical Pneumonia                 COXIELLA CHLAMYDIA       Gram-negative,    , obligate   intracellular bacteria M.homonis U.urealyticum Genital tract infection R.tsutsugamusti R.typhi Scrub typhus R.prowazeki Typhus R.rickettsi C.burnetti Rocky Mountain Spotted fever Q fever C.trachomatis C.psittaci Genital Chlamyida Psittacosis C.pneumoniae Atypical pneumonia

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Dr Tom Leach

Dr Tom Leach MBChB DCH EMCert(ACEM) currently works as a GP Registrar and an Emergency Department CMO in Australia. He is also a Clinical Associate Lecturer at the Australian National University. After graduating from his medical degree at the University of Manchester in 2011, Tom completed his Foundation Training at Bolton Royal Hospital, before moving to Australia in 2013. He started almostadoctor whilst a third year medical student in 2009. Read full bio

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