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It had been thought streptococcal infections — the cause of strep throat — might be a trigger for some people who are genetically vulnerable to developing narcolepsy.
There's a vaccine designed to protect people over 65 from pneumonia-causing streptococcal bacteria, but many other bacteria, from Staphylococcus to Mycoplasma pneumoniae, can cause pneumonia.
Nick has been diagnosed with pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections (PANDAS).
Doctors determined that Hubley was infected with group A streptococcal bacteria, according to the Washington Post, which likely triggered her case of necrotizing fasciitis.
Human mouths are dominated by streptococcal bacteria, which are good at eating sugars.
Fleming recounted a moving story involving a patient with a streptococcal throat infection who didn't take enough penicillin, passed it on to his wife, leading to her death from the newly antibiotic-resistant strain.
During an exploratory procedure, doctors found 1.5 liters of infected pus teeming with streptococcal bacteria in Breen's stomach.
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