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A 75-year-old man has fever, back pain, and pain on ...
Best I can guess is that both S. aureus and E. faecalis can cause UTI, but S. aureus is described as having clusters where as the other Gm+ cocci are in chains
My doubt here in this question is the fact that Enterococcus faecalis is a normal gut microorganism that causes these different symptoms of sickness after genitoruinary or gastrointestinal procedures... but in this question there is no mention of any procedures.
its says chains, so not staph. only other is entero
according to first aid, staph aureus is not one of the high yield bugs for UTIs
uti bugs are
Where in FA 2019 does it list that C.coccus is specifically in chains?