Anti-infective and Anti-inflammatory Drugs Anti-tubercular Drugs Chpt 41

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  1. Requiring oxygen for the maintenance of life.
    Aerobic
  2. Drugs used to treat infections caused by mycobacterium bacterial species
    Antitubercular drugs
  3. A rod-shaped bacterium.
    Bacillus
  4. Small nodular aggregations of inflammatory cells (e.g., macrophages, lymphocytes); usually characterized by clearly delimited boundaries, as found in tuberculosis.
    Granulomas
  5. The primary and most commonly prescribed tuberculostatic drug
    Isoniazid
  6. Tuberculosis that demonstrates resistance to two or more drugs
    Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB)
  7. An individual with a genetic defect that causes a deficiency in the enzyme needed to metabolize isoniazid, the most widely used tuberculosis
    Slow acetylator
  8. The characteristic lesion of tuberculosis; a small round gray translucent granulomatous lesion, usually with a caseated
    (cheesy) consistency in its interior. (see granuloma)
    Tubercle
  9. Another common name for rod-shaped tuberculosis bacteria; essentially synonymous with Mycobacterium tuberculosis
    Tubercle bacilli
  10. Any infectious disease caused by species of Mycobacterium, usually Mycobacterium tuberculosis (adjectives: tuberculous, tubercular)
    Tuberculosis (TB)

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