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Infection for stafilococus

Z Celebi Sözener, A Kayal, C Atasoy, M Kilickap, N Numanoglu, I Savas
We present three cases of septic pulmonary embolism which occurred as a result of three different causes. The first case, was a 23 year old woman suffering from cough, sputum, hemopthisis and pleuritic chest pain. She had a right subclavian port. On her thorax computed tomography (CT) scans there were widespread bilateral, irregular parenchymal nodular infiltrates and some of them beginning to cavitate. Meticilin resistant stafilococus aureus (MRSA) was isolated from the blood culture and septic embolism was diagnosed...
June 2008: Monaldi Archives for Chest Disease, Archivio Monaldi Per le Malattie del Torace
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