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Volume 3, Number 2—June 1997

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Rhodococcus equi and Arcanobacterium haemolyticum: Two "Coryneform" Bacteria Increasingly Recognized as Agents of Human Infection

Regina LinderComments to Author 
Author affiliation: Hunter College, New York, New York, USA

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Figure 1

A. Bronchial tissue Gram stain showing intrahistiocytic coccobacillary forms of Rhodococcus equi. Original magnification, x 1,000. B.Open lung biopsy showing coalescent microabscesses with numerous histiocytes containing Rhodococcus equi organisms. PAS stain. Original magnification x 250. Figure provided by Dr. Margie Scott, Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Figure 1. A. Bronchial tissue Gram stain showing intrahistiocytic coccobacillary forms of Rhodococcus equi. Original magnification, x 1,000. B.Open lung biopsy showing coalescent microabscesses with numerous histiocytes containing Rhodococcus equi organisms. PAS stain. Original magnification x 250. Figure provided by Dr. Margie Scott, Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

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