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16s vascular graft infection

Hideharu Hagiya, Susumu Kokeguchi, Hiroko Ogawa, Tomohiro Terasaka, Kosuke Kimura, Koichi Waseda, Yoshihisa Hanayama, Kaori Oda, Hisatoshi Mori, Toru Miyoshi, Fumio Otsuka
A 53-year-old man with a past medical history of total arch replacement surgery and severe aortic regurgitation presented with a 1-month history of persistent general malaise, anorexia, body weight loss and night sweats. His recent history included gingival hyperplasia for 6 years, gingivitis after tooth extraction 3 years before, prolonged inflammatory status for 4 months, fundal hemorrhage and leg tenderness for 2 months. A pathogen was detected from blood culture, but conventional microbiological examination failed to identify the pathogen...
December 2014: Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy: Official Journal of the Japan Society of Chemotherapy
Vicky Merhej, Serge Cammilleri, Philippe Piquet, Jean-Paul Casalta, Didier Raoult
Coxiella burnetii, the causative agent of Q fever, may cause culture-negative vascular graft infections that can be diagnosed by serology and molecular biology. We present a case of vascular graft infection detected by positron emission tomography (PET) scanner. The presence of C. burnetii was confirmed by high antibody titers and positive polymerase chain reaction specific for C. burnetii. This report emphasizes the relevance of the PET scanner in the diagnosis of infection when used in association with Q fever serology and molecular biology for the etiological identification of C...
January 2012: Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
Laurence Senn, José M Entenza, Gilbert Greub, Katia Jaton, Aline Wenger, Jacques Bille, Thierry Calandra, Guy Prod'hom
BACKGROUND: Abiotrophia and Granulicatella species, previously referred to as nutritionally variant streptococci (NVS), are significant causative agents of endocarditis and bacteraemia. In this study, we reviewed the clinical manifestations of infections due to A. defectiva and Granulicatella species that occurred at our institution between 1998 and 2004. METHODS: The analysis included all strains of NVS that were isolated from blood cultures or vascular graft specimens...
January 20, 2006: BMC Infectious Diseases
Laurence Senn, Mario Franciolli, Didier Raoult, Alexandre Moulin, Ludwig Von Segesser, Thierry Calandra, Gilbert Greub
BACKGROUND: Coxiella burnetii, the causative agent of Q fever, may cause culture-negative vascular graft infections. Very few cases of C. burnetii infection of a vascular graft have been reported. All were diagnosed by serology. CASE PRESENTATION: We report the first case of Coxiella burnetii vascular graft infection diagnosed by broad-range PCR and discuss the diagnostic approaches and treatment strategies of chronic C. burnetii infection. CONCLUSION: C...
2005: BMC Infectious Diseases
P Parola, M Maurin, Y Alimi, C Juhan, P Brouqui
Human infections caused by Lactobacillus spp. are rarely reported in the literature. Underlying conditions are frequently reported, and identification of lactobacilli to the species level remains rare. A case of Lactobacillus casei septicaemia secondary to a vascular graft infection is reported. The 16S rRNA sequencing technique was used to definitively identify Lactobacillus casei.
March 1998: European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases
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