Ureaplasma: A bacterium that commonly infects the urogenital tract and can cause premature birth or spontaneous abortion. During delivery, ureaplasma can infect the newborn and cause meningitis, pneumonia, or septicemia. Ureaplasma is similar to mycoplasma. They are among the smallest free-living or...
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A microorganism that can infect peoples' bladders, ureaplasmas are similar to mycoplasmas. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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(u-re″ә-plaz´mә) a genus of gram-negative, nonmotile, pleomorphic bacteria that lack a cell wall and form small granular colonies. U. urealy´ticum is a common inhabitant of the genitourinary tract and is associated with sexually transmitted nongonococcal urethritis.
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(from the article `infectious disease`) Mycoplasmas and ureaplasmas, which range in size from 150 to 850 nanometres, are the smallest free-living microorganisms. They are ubiquitous in ...
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Ureaplasma is a genus of bacteria belonging to the family Mycoplasmataceae. As the name imples, ureaplasma is urease positive. It includes the species: ...
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An infection that can cause sperm antibodies to form or cuase inflammation of the uterine lining. Either condition may interfere with implantation of the embryo, which would result in the loss of an early pregnancy.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: yū-rē′ă-plaz′mă Definitions: 1. A genus of microaerophilic to anaerobic, nonmotile bacteria (family Mycoplasmataceae) with no cell walls. Gram-negative, they are predominantly coccoidal to coccobacillary elements, approximately 0.3 mcm in dia...
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