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Nocardiosis: A Review of Clinicomicrobiological Features

Prakriti Vohra, Madhu Sharma, Aparna Yadav, and Uma Chaudhary
Department of Microbiology, Pt. B D Sharma, PGIMS, Rohtak.
Abstract—Nocardiae cause a variety of suppurative infections in humans and animals. The manifestations of nocardiosis can be solely pulmonary, but Nocardia species can also disseminate from a pulmonary or cutaneous focus to virtually any organ. In patients with suspected Nocardial infection and a compatible clinical picture, a definitive diagnosis usually depends on demonstration of the organisms in smears or sections examined microscopically prior to isolation and identification of the causal agent. The greatest clinical experience in the treatment of nocardiosis is with the sulphonamides, and these remain the drugs of choice.

Index Terms—Nocardiosis, Clinical manifestations, Laboratory diagnosis, Management

Cite: Prakriti Vohra, Madhu Sharma, Aparna Yadav, and Uma Chaudhary, "Nocardiosis: A Review of Clinicomicrobiological Features," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 20-29, January 2013.
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