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Clinical microbiology review: Genitourinary infections

Author
Stephen B Calderwood, MD
Section Editor
Daniel J Sexton, MD
Deputy Editor
Allyson Bloom, MD

CASE 1

A 32 year-old woman complains of dysuria and frequency; pyuria is seen in the urine sediment. What does the Gram stain show? Question: (picture 1). Answer: (picture 2).

CASE 2

A 65 year-old woman complains of dysuria and frequency; pyuria is seen in the urine sediment. What does the Gram stain show? (picture 3). Answer: (picture 4).

CASE 3

An 18 year-old woman complains of dysuria and frequency; pyuria is seen in the urine sediment. What does the Gram stain show? Question: (picture 5). Answer: (picture 6).

CASE 4

This specimen was obtained from a 42 year-old diabetic woman with a Foley catheter. What does the Gram stain show? Question: (picture 7). Answer: (picture 8).

CASE 5

The following swab was obtained from a 22 year-old male with a purulent urethral discharge. What does the Gram stain show? Question: (picture 9). Answer: (picture 10).

    

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