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Streptococcus

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Category: Microbiology

1. What are the two most common sequelae of Streptococcus pyogenes infection?

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2. Catalase-negative, gram-positive cocci in chains, beta-hemolytic, susceptible to bacitracin (A disk) and PYR positive is best identified as 

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3. Which of the following belong to Lancefield group A streptococci

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4. Which of the following Streptococcus is associated with scarlet fever?

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5. Streptococcus pyogenes is most commonly associated with which of the 

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6. Streptococcal pyrogenic erythrogenic toxin causes

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7. Streptococcus pyogenes is most commonly associated with which of the following clinical conditions? 

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8. The beta-hemolysis seen in sheep blood agar plate by streptococcus pyogenes is primarily the result of streptolysin 

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