anonymous
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Swelled and inflamed mucous membranes are usually indicators of what causative agent? A. Bacteria regression B. Antibiotic resistance C. Antibiotic skin adherence D. Bacteria colonization
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Jhannybean
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A. Bacterial regression - regression meaning going back to the original state; guess that means bacterial infection is weakening, doesnt sound like that would be a cause for swelling. B. Antibiotic resistance - doesnt really seem like this would be a cause for bacterial culmination to cause swelling, from a logical deductive standpoint seems the opposite, to protect the membrane from developing a bacterial infection? C. Antibiotic skin adherence - I guess this means that bacteria have a less likely chance to infest and colonize the skin tissue therefore antibiotic resistance helps with preventing the swelling D. Bacterial colonization - ability for bacteria to culminate end exponentially increase in the mucuous membrane lessening the body's ability to fight off infections and causing further swelling

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