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|Fig 1. Anatomy of the respiratory tract.|
|Fig 2. Specimen collection from the throat.|
|Fig 4. Gram-stained smear of sputum/exudate with|
Haemophilus organisms (arrow).
|Fig 5. Gram-stained smear of Legionella species|
taken from culture.
|Fig 7. Gram-stained smear of Streptococcus|
pneumoniae isolated from the blood culture of a patient
with pneumococcal pneumonia.
|Fig 8. Gram stain of gram-negative bacilli in|
tracheal aspirate (arrow indicates intracellular gram-negative
bacillus). They are common pathogens in nosocomial
|Fig 9. Gram-stained smear of sputum that is|
acceptable for culture, with white blood cells and
|Fig 11. Lung exudate from a patient with hematologic disorder showing alveoli|
containing branching fungal elements. A, Hematoxylin and eosin stain; B, Gomori
methylene silver (GMS) stain.
|Fig 12. Acid-fast bacillus stain of sputum containing|
mycobacteria (red-stained organisms) (arrow).
|Fig 13. Gomori methylene silver (GMS) stain of|
bronchoalveolar lavage with P. jiroveci (carinii) cysts.
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