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Proteus occurs primarily in fecal matter and in putrefying materials. P. mirabilis is found in putrid meat, infusions, and abscesses; also reported to be a cause of gastro-enteritis. P. rettgeri is found in chicken cholera and human gastro-enteritis.
Proteus vulgaris an essentially saprophytic species that may produce urinary tract infections.
Proteus mirabilis major agent in human infection of urinary tract.
Proteus mirabilis, a common cause of bacteriuria and the most frequently described cause of
infection-induced urinary tract and kidney stones, produces a urease that is inducible with urea. This
enzyme catalyzes the hydrolysis of urea to CO2, and NH3, initiating formation of struvite
(MgNH4PO46H2O) or carbonate-apatite (Ca10(PO4CO3OH)6(OH)) stones.
Proteus mirabilis expresses a number of proteins besides urease that have been correlated with
virulence in the urinary tract.
The Proteus complaints coinciding with the ingestion of foods capable of causing digestive allergies The suddenness of the nervous symptoms and the extreme feeling of intra-cranial tension. It is important to note that the medicine is rarely indicated in the absence of all nervous symptoms. Convulsion, epileptiform fits. Meningitis with attacks of fever.
The predominance of digestive complaints, or complaints coinciding with the ingestion of foods capable of causing phenomena of digestive allergies.
The suddenness of the nervous symptoms, and the extreme feeling of intracranial tension.
Raynaud's Disease, Meniere's Disease, Spasm,.
(a) Possession (except for Providencia) of a urease which hydrolyses the urea in Fergusonmedium with alkalinisation by the liberation of carbonate of ammonia.
(b) Presence of a tytrophandesaminase.
(c) Great proteolytic activity.
It is important to note that any of the symptoms manifest in the digestive system are secondary to the action of the central nervous system. It is now being realized that prolonged nerve strain is a factor in the production of duodenal ulcer, and in the Proteus proving, this is also to be found.
P. mirabilis is found in putrid meat, infusions, and abscesses; also reported to be a cause of gastro-enteritis. P. rettgeri is found in chicken cholera and human gastro-enteritis.