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A Journal on Internal Medicine

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ISSN 0031-0808

Online ISSN 1827-1898

 

Panminerva Medica 2000 September;42(3):231-2

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Micrococcus luteus: a putative cause of hepatic abscess?

Andreopoulos T., Papanikolaou G., Politou M., Konstantopoulos K., Stefanonou J., Loukopoulos D.

From the Uni­ver­sity of Ath­ens ­School of Med­i­cine First Depart­ment of Med­i­cine at Lai­kon Hos­pi­tal, Ath­ens, ­Greece

Micro­coc­cus ­luteus was repeat­ed­ly iso­lat­ed in ­blood cul­tures dur­ing a pro­longed fever­ish syn­drome in a ­patient who pre­sent­ed ­with mul­ti­ple hepat­ic abscess­es as ­well. In con­trast to the lit­er­a­ture, ­this ­case is not relat­ed to pros­thet­ic devic­es; an untreat­ed ­limb ­wound may ­have ­been the ­site of micro­bi­al ­entry.

language: English


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