Pasteurella multocida infection in a primary shoulder arthroplasty after cat scratch: case report and review of literature.

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Infected joint arthroplasty presents a significant challenge to orthopedic surgeons. Common causative organisms include Staphylococcus aureus (22%-39%), coagulase-negative staphylococci (15%-37.5%), gramnegative bacilli (4%-28.2%), streptococci (6%-11.2%), enterococci (0%-9.2%), and anaerobes (0%-6.5%). Occasionally, equally in immunocompromised individuals… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jse.2015.03.005

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@article{Ding2015PasteurellaMI, title={Pasteurella multocida infection in a primary shoulder arthroplasty after cat scratch: case report and review of literature.}, author={David Yiwei Ding and Amanda Orengo and Michael Joseph Alaia and Joseph D. Zuckerman}, journal={Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery}, year={2015}, volume={24 6}, pages={e159-63} }