A Case of Acute Fever with Thrombocytopenia: Diagnostic and Clinical Review of Acute Q Fever Infections
Morgan C. Scully
Q (Query) fever is a zoonotic illness caused by the bacterium Coxiella burnetti, which is transmitted to humans via host animals, usually cattle, sheep and goats..
Something Odd and Something New: A Case of Shewanella Putrefaciens Peritonitis and Bacteremia Treated with Intraperitoneal Cefepime
Abigail C. Santos
Shewanella spp. is a Gram-negative rod that is normally found in the marine environment and rarely causes illness in humans.
Native Joint Bacterial Septic Arthritis in the Adult
Bone and Joint
Septic arthritis (SA) is an uncommon but potentially life-threatening condition; it occurs when microorganisms invade the joint space by direct inoculation or by hematogenous spread..
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