A bacterium that frequently causes lung, urinary tract, intestinal, and wound infections.

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  • klebsiella — ● klebsiella nom féminin Genre bactérien constitué de bacilles à Gram négatif de la famille des entérobactéries …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • Klebsiella — Taxobox color = lightgrey name = Klebsiella image width = image caption = regnum = Bacteria phylum = Proteobacteria classis = Gamma Proteobacteria ordo = Enterobacteriales familia = Enterobacteriaceae genus = Klebsiella genus authority = Trevisan …   Wikipedia

  • klebsiella — /kleb zee el euh, klep see /, n. Bacteriol. any of several rod shaped, aerobic bacteria of the genus Klebsiella, certain species of which, as K. pneumoniae, are found in the respiratory, intestinal, and genitourinary tracts of humans and animals… …   Universalium

  • klebsiella — noun Etymology: New Latin, from Edwin Klebs died 1913 German pathologist Date: 1928 any of a genus (Klebsiella) of nonmotile enterobacteria that includes causative agents of respiratory and urogenital infections …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Klebsiella — A group of bacteria normally living in the intestinal tract and frequently the cause of nosocomial infections (infections acquired in the hospital). Named for Dr. Klebs. * * * A genus of aerobic, facultatively anaerobic, nonmotile,… …   Medical dictionary

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