Bacterial throat infections are caused by the spread of bacteria. Most commonly, they are caused by a specific group of bacteria called Group A streptococcus. These bacteria are fairly contagious. They can spread through liquids and can also be transmitted indirectly on various commonly handled surfaces like doorknobs.
- Bacterial Cystitis
- Bacterial Infection Treatment
- Cat Scratch Disease
- Diagnosis Of Bacterial Infections
- Lyme Disease
- Mesenteric Lymphadenitis
- Prevention Of Bacterial Infection
- Strep Throat
- Subdural Empyema
- Symptoms Of Bacterial Infections
- Tuberculosis (TB)
- Whooping Cough
- Q For how long are bacterial throat infections contagious?
- Q How does the throat look during a bacterial throat infection?
- Q What is the difference between viral and bacterial throat infections?
- Q To where can bacterial throat infections spread?
- Q What increases my risk for bacterial throat infections?
- Q What can cause a cough in a child?