Simon Namnyak

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The production of oligoclonal, polyspecific immunoglobulin G is characteristic of multiple sclerosis (MS), yet no pathogen has been identified as an infectious agent. Recent studies have proposed Acinetobactercalcoaceticus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa as candidate organisms, on the basis of a sequence homology between a bacterial enzyme and bovine myelin(More)
We present the case of a brain abscess caused by a combination of rare organisms (Trueperella bernardiae and Peptoniphilus harei) in a patient with chronic suppurative otitis media that had been complicated by the presence of a cholesteatoma. The authors believe this is the first report published in the literature.
INTRODUCTION Nocardia cyriacigeorgica bacteraemia has been described in the setting of profound immunodeficiency in only two previous case reports. In both instances, diagnosis was rapidly facilitated by 16S rRNA gene sequencing of blood culture isolates. To the best of our knowledge, we believe that our case is the first presentation of N. cyriacigeorgica(More)
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