[Problems of bacteriologic diagnosis and aimed antibiotic therapy in pyogenic maxillofacial infections].

Abstract

Bacteriologic analysis of pathogens from pyogenic infections of the jaw in 71 patients revealed that bacteria normally found in the buccal cavity predominated in 86% of the specimens. Considering the fact that no pathogens could be identified in 7% of the specimens, this then means that pathogens were only found in 7% of the specimens. Six to 12 strains… (More)

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@article{Geiger1978ProblemsOB, title={[Problems of bacteriologic diagnosis and aimed antibiotic therapy in pyogenic maxillofacial infections].}, author={Sylvia Geiger and W. Gr{\"a}f}, journal={Deutsche zahnarztliche Zeitschrift}, year={1978}, volume={33 11}, pages={771-3} }