Mycoplasma hominis: structure, symptoms, treatment

Urogenital mycoplasmosis is a very common pathology that relates to sexually transmitted diseases and can be caused by different types of mycoplasmas.

Mycoplasma hominis: what is it, what to treat?

Pathogenic microbes often act as causative agents of infections and inflammatory reactions in which healthy cells are damaged, both by the microbes themselves and by toxic products of their vital activity.

Structure, life cycle, symptoms of diseases caused by mycoplasma pneumonia

A dangerous inflammatory disease of the lungs caused by a pathogenic agent is mycoplasma pneumonia. Let's consider the peculiarities of the disease and the methods of its treatment.

Mycoplasma genitalia in men and women

All of them are pathogens of urogenital mycoplasmosis, their pathogenicity for humans in the light of modern research leaves no doubt, although infection does not necessarily lead to the development of the disease - these microorganisms are often found in practically healthy people.

Bartonella rod in humans: where to take an analysis, than to treat

Bartonella bacterium is a hemotrophic microorganism belonging to the same genus Bartonell, which, in turn, is a representative of the class of alpha proteobacteria.

Fusobacteria: friends or enemies?

According to the classification accepted in microbiology, fusobacteria belong to prokaryotes and are gram-negative anaerobic bacteria that inhabit the human body and other mammals, being part of a permanent normal microbiocenosis or microflora.


Listeria is a variety of microorganisms, which are represented by 6 types of gram-positive rod-like bacteria.


Ureaplasma is an inhabitant of the microflora of the urinary tract, but it is far from permanent. In fact, it is a conditionally pathogenic microorganism that can be found in the organs of the urinary system and does not cause any symptoms.

Chlamydia psittaci (chlamydia psittaci)

Chlamydia psittaci (chlamydia psittaki) causes anthropozoonosis diseases that develop as a result of human infection with professional, less often household contact with animals and birds.

Chlamydia trachomatis (chlamydia trachomatis)

At present, 14 serovars of the biovar Chlamydia trachomatis (chlamydia trachomatis) are known, which cause more than 20 nosological forms: serovars A, B, B1, C cause trachoma and conjunctivitis with intracellular inclusions; serovars D, G, H, I, J, K cause urogenital chlamydia, conjunctivitis, pneumonia of newborns, Reiter's syndrome.


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