Stool CultureAka: Stool Culture
- Components: Bacteria typically included in test (SSCE)
Stool culture (C0430414)
|Concepts||Laboratory Procedure (T059)|
|Italian||Coprocoltura, Esame colturale delle feci, Coltura fecale, Coltura delle feci|
|Dutch||ontlastingskweek, faeces kweek, feceskweek, kweek ontlasting|
|French||Culture fécale, Coproculture|
|Portuguese||Cultura de fezes, Cultura das fezes|
|Spanish||Cultivo fecal, coprocultivo (procedimiento), coprocultivo, cultivo de heces, cultivo de materia fecal, cultivo microbiano de heces, Cultivo de heces|
|English||stool culture, stool culture (lab test), Faecal culture, Fecal culture, Culture stool, cultures fecal, culture stool, faeces culture, Stool(s);culture, cultures stool, fecal culture, feces culture, culture fecal, Stool Culture, Faeces culture, Feces culture, Stool culture, Microbial stool culture, Stool culture (procedure)|
|Hungarian||Széklettenyésztés, Széklet tenyészet, Széklet tenyésztés|
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)
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