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Topic: F Lab - coccobacilli adherent to erythrocytes
Member # 10191
12-08-2009 08:46 AM
I would like to ask if here is someone who succesfully reduced amount of coccobacilli in his/her blood smears AND at the same moment improved clinically (symptoms improved). If so - please write which medications helped to reduce number of these coccobacilli. I have only few coccobacilli on my smear result but I am currently on Rifampin Doxycycline and Roxithromycin so maybe these abx work on this organism. Unfortunately - only very small clinical improvement so far. http://img504.imageshack.us/img504/7020/frywynik.jpg -------------------- [Bb WB igm+] [B.henselae PCR+] [Chlamydia pneum.igm+igg+] [EBV igm-igg+]
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