Category: E

  • Eubacterium limosum

    This non-spore-forming, gram-positive, anaerobic bacterium, with a rod-shaped structure, has the capability to synthesize vitamin B12. It has been discovered in the feces of both humans and other animals, as well as in cases of human infections, and it can also be found in mud.  

  • Eubacterium lentum

    This bacterium is non-spore-forming, gram-positive, and anaerobic in nature. It has a rod-shaped structure and is commonly encountered as a saprophyte in both soil and water environments. Furthermore, it naturally resides on the skin and within the cavities of humans and other mammals, with occasional instances where it can lead to infections in soft tissues.…

  • Entobacter cloacae

    A type of gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic, rod-shaped bacteria commonly found in feces, soil, and water, and less frequently in urine, pus, and pathological materials.  

  • Enterococcus faecalis

    A gram-positive, facultatively anaerobic bacterium that normally resides in the human intestinal tract; it is known to cause urinary tract infections, infective endocarditis, and often fatal bacteremia. It is also known as Streptococcus faecalis.  

  • Exuberant ulcer

    An ulcer characterized by an overgrowth of granulation tissue sprouting from its foundation.  

  • Endemic ulcer

    An ulcer that develops in specific regions, like the tropical ulcer, which occurs in tropical climates.  

  • Ewing’s tumor

    A genuine bone tumor typically found in the shaft of a long bone, causing spindle-shaped swelling. It is invasive but generally does not create metastases elsewhere in the body, though it has a tendency to recur.  

  • Eye tooth

    The canine tooth located in the upper jaw.  

  • Elastic tension

    Stretching using any elastic material.  

  • Extensor surface

    The part of a limb’s surface that covers the muscles responsible for extending the limb.