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Mycobacterium churgai infection

Mycobacterium szulgai was confirmed as a human pathogen by marks in 1972. It belongs to Mycobacterium Achromatium. Light gas was produced at 25 ℃, dark color was produced at 37 ℃, and no growth was observed at 42 ℃. The colony is orange and grows slowly. The pathogenesis is not very clear. The clinical manifestations are diverse. The skin lesions were disseminated painless inflammatory nodules. The diagnosis can be made if the culture of Mycobacterium in skin lesions is positive. The combination of ethionine isonicotinamide, isoniazid and rifampicin is effective.

Symptoms

Traumatic cardiac hemolytic anemia

Infectious lymphocytosis

Pure red blood cell aplasia

Congestive splenomegaly

Cicada phenomenon

Autosomal recessive cerebral arteriopathy and arteriosclerosis with subcortical infarction and leukoencephalopathy

Epilepsy

hypotension

Arteriosclerosis

aneurysm

Patent ductus arteriosus

atherosclerosis

Multiple sclerosis

Multisystem atrophy

Prion disease

Transient ischemic attack

Bile reflux gastritis

Hypoglycemia

Hypokalemia

Simple goiter

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