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Note on the smegma bacillus

its diagnostic importance and its cultivation

by Albert Sidney GrВ©ЖЎnbaum

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Published by Printed at The Lancet office in London] .
Written in English

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  • Smegma

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    Statementby Albert S. Gr©ơnbaum
    ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26280958M

    Smegma is an American experimental noise group formed in Pasadena, California in Author Richard Meltzer became their vocalist in the late group was included in the Nurse with Wound list and was featured on the cover of the August edition of The Wire. The gastric route, too, was barred by an acidity probably higher than a modern dog's. It had to content itself in spinning " fairy rings " in some dead animal material, or possibly as a skin fungus like Pityriasis or the Smegma bacillus. Its first attack on the lungs was most likely accidental. An arrow carried a .

      At first, smegma was thought to be produced by ectopic subpreputial sebaceous glands near the frenulum called Tyson's glands, but these glands were not found. Actually, smegma is a subpreputial collection of desquamated epithelial debris, mixed with mucin, and secretions with a composition including fat (about 27%) and protein (about 13%). Here, we report a novel protein elicitor from Bacillus subtilis BU which could cause hypersensitive response (HR) and systemic acquired resistance (SAR) in tobacco. The purification was executed by ion-exchange and size exclusion chromatography. The target band on SDS-PAGE was analyzed by mass spectrometry, and the peptide mass fingerprinting matched an uncharacterized protein .

    ?Note: This page may contain content that is offensive or inappropriate for some readers. smegma [smeg´mah] the secretion of sebaceous glands, especially the cheesy secretion, consisting principally of desquamated epithelial cells, found chiefly beneath the prepuce. adj., adj smegmat´ic. smegma (smeg'mă), A foul-smelling, pasty accumulation of. The equine penis secretes smegma to clean and lubricate the penis. The origin of the secretions is still disputed. However, it is known that smegma is composed of exfoliated skin cells, oils, and moisture. The equine penis, when retracted, is contained within the sheath. Therefore, the inside of the sheath will also become coated with smegma.


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Note on the smegma bacillus: its diagnostic importance and its cultivation. Previous Article ON RE-DUPLICATION OF THE SECOND SOUND. Next Article CEREBELLAR ABSCESS FOLLOWING MASTOID DISEASE; DEATH; by: 2. Look at other dictionaries: smegma bacillus — noun: an acid fast bacterium (Mycobacterium smegmatis) found in smegma Useful english dictionary.

smegma — A foul smelling, pasty accumulation of desquamated epidermal cells and sebum that has collected in moist areas of the genitalia.

unguent] s. clitoridis the secretion of the apocrine glands of the clitoris, in combination. Mycobacterium smegmatis is an acid-fast bacterial species in the phylum Actinobacteria and the genus is to µm long with a bacillus shape and can be stained by Ziehl-Neelsen method and the auramine-rhodamine fluorescent method.

It was first reported in November by Lustgarten, who found a bacillus with the staining appearance of tubercle bacilli in syphilitic : Actinobacteria. The use of bacteriology by the clinician while of great value is fraught with danger to the uninitiated.

In no case is this more true than in tuberculosis, for, when the tubercle bacillus was first discovered it was unique in its tinctorial reactions, and, though other "acid fast" organisms have been discovered since, the knowledge of them has not as yet become widely diffused among the.

Smegma (Greek smēgma) is a combination of Note on the smegma bacillus book skin cells, skin oils, and moisture. It occurs in both male and female mammalian genitalia. In female bodies, it collects around the clitoris and in the folds of the labia minora ; in males, smegma collects under the foreskin.

To the Editor: —Your recent editorial (Jan. 23,p. ) on the smegma bacillus does not cover all the facts. I have several times obtained from specimens of urine drawn by the catheter an acid-fast bacillus closely resembling the tubercle bacillus.

On at least one occasion I have. Here again, uncleanliness is probably the answer, due however, to anatomical rather than social differences. Smegma bacilli are not as prevalent as is commonly supposed.

Note the total per cent of all smears, —including 3 patients who had positive smears from more than one source.

The existence of a cause of confusion in the smegma bacillus has long been recognized by bacteriologists and well-trained laboratory workers, but the fact is not yet sufficiently appreciated by the physician at the bedside and in the clinic who furnishes the specimens for bacteriologic investigation.

Soon after Lustgarten, of Vienna, published, in andhis investigations in regard to the micro-organisms occurring in syphilitic foci, and expressed his conviction that these micro-organisms stand in a causal relation to syphilis, it was discovered by Alverez and Tavel, and Matterstock, and confirmed by Cornil, Klemperer, Doutrelepont and others, that in the smegma of the prepuce and.

note on a case in which tuberculosis followed infection with smegma bacillus. stephenj. maher, m.d. (01) note on a case in which tuberculosis followed infection with smegma bacillus. previous article a case of pituitary tumour and sellar decompression.

next article note on ozone in the treatment of dysentery. article info. Smegma definition, a thick, cheeselike, sebaceous secretion that collects beneath the foreskin or around the clitoris.

See more. Medical definition of smegma bacillus: an acid-fast bacterium of the genus Mycobacterium (M. smegmatis) found in smegma. This surgical procedure was hygienically as well as spiritually important (Col. Medical science recognizes that there is a much higher rate of disease, especially cancer, among women with uncircumcised husbands.(1) The foreskin harbors many virulent bacteria, including the cancer-producing Smegma bacillus.

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The Smegma tracks were also released in on the Flashcards 7" (Pigface Records ). Extra hole drilled for multi-axial play. However there is also a version that does not. smegma bacillus: (1) Mycobacterium smegmatis. (2) Whitish, waxy material secreted by the penile prepuce, which is thought to contain calcium chloride.

Hi, Smegma is produced naturally - its normal for male to produce smegma. You need to retract the foreskin daily during bath to clean the smegma. If you do it daily you will loose the sensitivity feeling, if you cannot pull back the foreskin you may be suffering from phimosis.

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Smegmaliths: Pieces of hard contaminated and retained smegma. Smegma has a characteristic slimy odour and is composed of epithelial debris, fat and proteins.

It has mixed bacterial flora, including the smegma bacillus (Mycobacterium smegmatis) in 50% of man. Smegma is the natural secretion of the prepuce, like other body secretions, such as earwax. Text book on Medical Bacteriology for Medical Laboratory Technology students are not available as need, so this lecture note will alleviate the acute shortage of text books and reference materials on medical bacteriology.

Since it comprises most of the contents of course outline on medical bacteriology to nursing, pharmacy and environmental science.An essential book for anyone interested in Bacillus, cell biology or bacterial genetics and molecular biology.

Reviews "This will be valuable to researchers in the area of bacterial genetics, protein synthesis, cell division and sporulation. It may be appropriate for advanced graduate students as well. It provides a valuable resource of recent.Bacillus anthracis (one of the larger bacteria) 1 x 3 µm.

Francisella tularensis (a small bacterium) x µm Mycoplasma (smallest free-living organism) µm (nm) Large viruses (pox) (note how these overlap the smallest bacteria in size) x nm Polio virus (a small virus) 25 nm.