Staphylococcus can cause a wide variety of diseases in humans and other animals through either toxin production or penetration. Staphylococcal toxins are a common cause of food poisoning, as they can be produced by bacteria growing in improperly stored food items.
The most common sialadenitis is caused by staphylococci, as bacterial infections.
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Other articles related to "clinical":
Clinical can refer to:
- Clinical (or bedside) medical practice, based on observation and treatment of patients as opposed to theory or basic science
- Illness, a state of poor health
- Clinical chemistry, the analysis of bodily fluids
- Clinical conditions, diagnosed from clinical examination alone
- Clinical death
- Clinical waste, segregated for safety or security
- Clinical examination; see Physical examination
- Clinical linguistics, linguistics applied to speech therapy
- Clinical medical professions
- Clinical psychology
- Clinical investigator, a medical researcher in charge of carrying out a clinical trial's protocol
- Clinical social work
- Clinical research
- Clinical formulation, used to communicate a hypothesis; commonly in clinical psychology
- Clinical governance, a hierarchy of patient care within a health system
- Clinical series, a case series in which patients receive treatment in a clinic or other medical facility
- Clinical site, a facility qualified to perform clinical research
- Clinical trial, a formal research protocol involving patients
- Clinical significance, a conclusion about the effect of a treatment on a patient
... Medicine Oncology Services Pathology Laboratory Medicine Division of Medicine Cardiology Clinical Epidemiology Endocrinology Gastroenterology and Hepatology ...
... Clinical neuropsychology is a sub-field of psychology concerned with the applied science of brain-behaviour relationships ... Clinical neuropsychologists use this knowledge in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and or rehabilitation of patients across the lifespan with neurological, medical, neurodevelopmental and psychiatric ... Clinical neuropsychology requires an in-depth knowledge of neuroanatomy, neurobiology, psychopharmacology and neuropathology ...
... Institutes of Health) in support of post-doctoral training in clinical research ... Thus trainees in the Berkeley Clinical Scientist Development Program (BCSDP) have professional clinical degrees (e.g ...
... A clinical trial is a comparison test of a medication or other medical treatment, versus a placebo, other medications and devices, or the standard medical treatment for a patient's ... Clinical trials vary greatly in size from a single researcher in one hospital or clinic to an international multicenter trial with several hundred participating researchers on several continents ...