Definition of mycobacterial in English:


Pronunciation /-ˈti(ə)rēəl/


See mycobacterium

‘Tissue was sent from the surgical bench to microbiology for fungal, mycobacterial, and bacterial cultures, and for flow cytometry.’
  • ‘Cultures were negative for bacterial, fungal, and mycobacterial pathogens.’
  • ‘The presence of low-attenuating lymph nodes was found to be significant for further differentiating mycobacterial and bacterial infections.’
  • ‘Other pathogens including fungal and mycobacterial infections also may cause infectious bronchiolitis.’
  • ‘Leprosy is a complex mycobacterial disease whose manifestations and complications are determined by the immune response.’