Graft versus host disease-related Hafnia alvei colonization and probable infection.

Abstract

We describe the case of a graft versus host disease (GvHD) patient, in whom Hafnia alvei was cultured as a single organism, and at high bacterial counts from stool samples, from the onset of the disease until its resolution. This case is a further example of the contentious role of this species in causing human intestinal disease. Furthermore, it focuses on… (More)
DOI: 10.1099/jmm.0.2008/001164-0

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@article{Savini2008GraftVH, title={Graft versus host disease-related Hafnia alvei colonization and probable infection.}, author={Vincenzo Savini and Erminia Di Bartolomeo and Chiara Catavitello and Marzia Talia and Assunta Manna and Fabio Febbo and Andrea Balbinot and Giovanni Di Bonaventura and Paolo di Bartolomeo and Raffaele Piccolomini and Domenico D'Antonio}, journal={Journal of medical microbiology}, year={2008}, volume={57 Pt 9}, pages={1167-9} }