R. C. Reynolds, M.D.; L. E. Cluff, M.D. (Assoc.)
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Forty patients with infection of varying severity and type attributable to Bacterium anitratum were observed and studied recently at the Johns Hopkins Hospital over an 18-month period. The clinical and bacteriological data of these infections have been analysed and are reported.
Infection with Bact. anitratum was most common in the very young and the very old and often occurred in persons with some underlying serious illness. Septic abortion with bacteremia, hemorrhagic pneumonia, septicemia, pyelonephritis, and wound infections were the types of disease found to be attributable to Bact. anitratum. Some of these infections, particularly in infants, led to a patient's
R. C. Reynolds, L. E. Cluff. Infection Due to Bacterium Anitratum: A Study of Forty Patients.. Ann Intern Med. 1962;56:689. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-56-4-689_2
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1962;56(4):689.
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