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 View Image #156-214Hospital Medicine#156-214 
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 View Image #231-003Immune Response#231-003 
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Immune response to bacterial invasion. Plasma cells, macrophages, antibodies, B cells and T cells fight invasion.

 View Image #111-277Infections in the Elderly#111-277 
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Antibiotics are often overdosed in the elderly, resulting in excessive toxicity and unnecessary costs. Illustration shows an ...

 View Image #125-016Kidney Infections#125-016 
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Kidney with bacteria floating in the background.

 View Image #1886-090MRSA#1886-090 
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MRSA cells cause of the MRSA hospital bug.

 View Image #1886-056MRSA#1886-056 
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Stylized microscopic view of MRSA cells which cause the hospital bug.

 View Image #118-114Meiosis, Cells#118-114 
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Meiosis, Cells. Meiosis and cell division is the process by which one diploid eukaryotic cell divides to generate four haploi...

 View Image #186-172Nail Fungus#186-172 
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Fungal infection of the finger. Also known as omychomycosis and can be caused from bacteria or micro organisms. Can be treate...

 View Image #1886-221Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria#1886-221 
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Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria cells that cause the sexually transmitted infection Gonorrhea.

 View Image #1886-223Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria#1886-223 
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Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria cells that cause the sexually transmitted infection Gonorrhea.

 View Image #136-008Pathogens - Respiratory#136-008 
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Viewed from inside the nasal cavity looking out through the nasal turbinates, bacteria infest the mucus lined airway. Respira...

 View Image #186-009Pediatric Immunization#186-009 
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Normal active kids in bubbles immunized against a background of bacteria and virus or various diseases.

 View Image #111-203Pelvic Inflammatory Disease#111-203 
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Sectioned uterus and intact fallopian tubes and ovaries with adhesions. Pull-out cellular inset shows transitional epithelium...

 View Image #140-012Penicillin#140-012 
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Penicillin attaches to enzyme substrate. Beta lactam ring model is shown forming and dissolving bonds.

 View Image #156-040Peptic Ulcer#156-040 
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Peptic Ulcer. Stomach with ulcer caused by helicobacter pylori bacteria shown 'flying' toward ulceration. To view similar ima...
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