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Postby GregV » Sun Dec 25, 2005 6:34 am

TamTam,

I was just looking over my Medical Records today...
One result that I never knew of, said that I "Had a Flora growth"
Contact the Test Center for more Info,

Which I never knew this until I got my records, finally read them today...

Should I contact the Lab and enquire,
Could a Flora be the same as Coccoidiosis?
......................................

Okay, got the test in my hands... it says
Aerobic Bacterial Culture,
Result 1: Final Report, Skin Flora isolated

For Inquiries, the Physician may contack: Branch at phone number,

And I never even knew about this, from January of this year......

Sincerely,
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Postby GregV » Sun Dec 25, 2005 6:36 am

TamTam,

I was just looking over my Medical Records today...
One result that I never knew of, said that I "Had a Flora growth"
Contact the Test Center for more Info,

Which I never knew this until I got my records, finally read them today...

Should I contact the Lab and enquire,
Could a Flora be the same as Coccoidiosis?
......................................

Okay, got the test in my hands... it says
Aerobic Bacterial Culture,
Result 1: Final Report, Skin Flora isolated

For Inquiries, the Physician may contack: Branch at phone number,

And I never even knew about this, from January of this year......

Sincerely,
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Postby tamtam » Mon Dec 26, 2005 5:58 pm

yyz,

Thank you.

Yes, what you let me know confirms other type observation.
As you may notice analysis is based on association.
They simply do not have sufficient parameter.

You could maybe ask for support with (intra lesional) gentamicine.
but I think amphotericine B with amikacine would be best.

Just explain that your lesion best could be associated with as well protothecosis as asymptomatic trypanosomiasis.
Its a fusion.

Without a test You will not easily get this type support.

Sincerely,

tamtam

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Greg, flora is near to abstract
It means commensal resembling micro organisms
The fact that commensal resembling micro organisms are the cause of what you suffer from is part of the mystery.
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Postby tamtam » Mon Dec 26, 2005 6:19 pm

yyz,

If your outer ear channel is involved and you think this may relate to this particular infection I would suggest to try application with essential oil like pinus pinaster or T tree. Turpentines are number one microbe killers (e.g Tamiflu is based on an acid derived from star anise oil)

Its rather safe.
First reaction could be activation because the oil will dissolve a crust like film that is formed by the
micro organisms. You also could try this protocol for your lesion.

Its what the Greek used to do!
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Postby yyz » Tue Dec 27, 2005 1:27 am

Hi TamTam,

Thank you very much for your input and advice. I have been doing some thinking.

When you said:
C= cyano
3= trypanosoma (its major parasitic protozoa in-put)

Consistent with observation of multiple culture:
A trypanosoma like element seems to represent a significant part of this
cyclical made target.


"A trypanosoma like element"... Did you mean the order trypanasome, which includes the protozoa that causes Chagas as well as Leishmaniasis? Or, did you explicitly mean trypanasoma, as in Chagas/Sleeping Sickness exclusively?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trypanosome

They look very similar:
http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/~parasite/chagas.html
http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/~paras ... osoma.html
http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/~paras ... mania.html

Trypomastigotes:
http://medlib.med.utah.edu/parasitology ... FIP_sm.jpg
http://medlib.med.utah.edu/parasitology ... ouchUp.jpg

Promastigotes:
http://www-medlib.med.utah.edu/parasito ... cobson.jpg
http://www-medlib.med.utah.edu/parasito ... Jacobs.jpg

Leishmainia Lesions:
http://www.afip.org/Departments/infecti ... index.html
http://www3.baylor.edu/~Charles_Kemp/hand.jpg
http://tray.dermatology.uiowa.edu/Leish001.htm
http://www.acponline.org/graphics/biote ... niasis.jpg

Sporo = "seed"
Trichoid = "hair like"

Leishmaniasis is a sporotrichoid disease. Would this explain the spread pattern, the symmetry, and the involvement with the lymph system?

Chagas, Sleeping Sickness... I hope not. If so, how long before we are all in comas?

I will be seeing an ID doctor in a few weeks. One I have never seen before. I currently have a script for Sporonox. All I need to do is fill it. But, I havn't because the ID doc wants me off of everything prior to my appointment.

TamTam, any more advice or comment would be greatly appreciated. What do I request the doc to culture for?... to stain for?

Thanks.

Here are 3000 words.

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Postby yyz » Tue Dec 27, 2005 1:39 am

Is it even conceivable to think that these could be genetically modified/enlarged trypanomastigotes or promastigotes? Well... maybe, maybe not.

I honestly would rather be delusional.

London,
I hope you had a Merry Christmas and I hope you come back!


2000 more words.

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Postby GregV » Tue Dec 27, 2005 6:03 am

You know yyz,

Some months back while I was taking lots of anti-parisitic conglomerations I'd start feeling Great Pinpricks, and when I felt them, I'd find these similar things as are on the pictures, would be poking RIGHT OUT OF THE SKIN, only to die...
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Postby yyz » Tue Dec 27, 2005 3:59 pm

Greg,

Extremely painful to remove in my case. They are intermingled/attached to nerves or nerve tissue. In fact, these two specimens were the epicenter of pain in this lesion.

I have also noticed these similar specimens on your website. But, I am stunned at the degree of resemblence these particular specimens have towards promastigotes. Which, is why I decided to share them.

A shot of lidocaine and epi would be nice, but you really can't get a doc to go that route unless it is just a simple punch biopsy. Most choose not to get their hands dirty, and even then, they would not know what they are looking for anyway.

Macroscopic vermin... how novel and contrite? One might be better able to see the forest if there weren't so many trees in the way.

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Postby tamtam » Tue Dec 27, 2005 10:08 pm

Size is coded by a gene (ratio)

What you look at is random recombination by a set quorum sensing micro organisms (thus a multi cellular expression)
I associate it most with an attempt to grow a wing.

Sincerely,

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Looking at Specimen 1 at 10x

Postby FiberSymptoms » Wed Dec 28, 2005 2:27 am

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Postby C3 » Wed Dec 28, 2005 5:36 pm

yyz,

When did you observe fibers and artifacts for the first time?

All expression can only be related.
The trypanosoma like element in culture is macroscopic.
All you show is random recombination by a set quorum sensing elements.

You show an ulcer and some ulcers are very difficult to cure.
Do not operate on any type lesion because all will close with integration of foreign adaptive protein. This type tissue may become reactive during effective treatment.

Ask for a non specific PCR (type test) that could confirm the presence of trypanosoma related DNA

Sincerely,

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Postby C3 » Wed Dec 28, 2005 5:48 pm

Updated NEW VIDEO FOOTAGE has been made available by southcity.

The genesis of a fly like entity you may at least associate with hox gene (homeobox)
connect with:

http://www.crossinglines.net

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