On Mycoplasma.

What Is Mycoplasma? Mycoplasma is a pathogen called Mycoplasma pneumoniae that is intermediate in size and nature between normal bacteria and viruses. Unlike viruses, they are the smallest microorganisms that can grow in artificial cell-free media. About 10 to 20% of cases of pneumonia are said to be caused by mycoplasma, one of the most common pathogens. Mycoplasmas are also transmitted in adults and infants, often between the ages of 5 and 14. Infecting one of the family members is likely to infect other families. Symptoms Fever, general malaise, headache, cough (initially cough without phlegm, gradually with phlegm) Symptoms such as seizures are present. Initial symptoms are often diagnosed as upper respiratory tract inflammation (the so-called cold). At what time do you suspect mycoplasmal pneumonia? When a family member is infected When mycoplasma infection is prevalent in nurseries and kindergartens If the cough persists for a long time  

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