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What does GFS stand for?

GFS stands for group F streptococci

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group f streptococcal bacteremia complicating a bartholin's abscess. background: group f streptococci are gram-positive cocci typically isolated from
Metastatic myocardial abscess due to group F streptococci. GOPALAKRISHNA, K. V.; KWON, K. HO; SHAH, ARVIND
Group F streptococci are uncommon pathogens with Fig 1. Admission chest roentgenograph showing a large right-sided effusion. 0 1990 by The Society of Thoracic...
Group f streptococcal bacteremia 501 monary nodules two blood cultures yielded group f streptococci; one of these cultures also yielded enterobacter aerogenes.
Group F streptococci are ur-conunon pathogens with Accepted for publicatic"! Aug 8. 196Î. Address teprini requcals to Dr Baethge, Department oi Mediane...
In only 2 patients were Group F streptococci isolated in all three cultures; in 3 others, two cultures showed this organism.
Background: Group F streptococci are Gram-positive cocci typically isolated from wound infections and abscesses. Bacteremia with group F streptococcus is uncommon...
Abstract "Streptococcus milleri" is an unofficial name that has been applied to a group of streptococci which, although basically similar, show various hemolytic...
Group F streptococci. Group F streptococci were first described in 1934 by Long and Bliss amongst the "minute haemolytic streptococci". [15]
Streptococcus Summary; Streptococcus pyogenes; Group B Streptococci: S; Group F Streptococci: S. anginosus (abscess...
Libertin CR, Hermans PE, Washington JA 2nd. Group F streptococci are part of the oropharyngeal, bowel, and perineal flora. Abscess formation by these organisms most...
Group F streptococci are part of the oropharyngeal, bowel, and perineal flora. Abscess formation by these organisms most commonly involves the cutaneous system: the...
Group F streptococci accounted for only 2% of the p-hemolytic streptococci isolated from all patients with bacteremia at Mayo Clinic-affiliated hospitals