Puerperal intrauterine infection caused by Edwardsiella tarda.

Abstract

Edwardsiella tarda infection is uncommon and has been reported to be associated with pet reptiles and the ingestion of raw fish. The majority of the infections occur as gastrointestinal disorders in immunocompromised hosts. We report a case of puerperal intrauterine E. tarda infection in a patient with no history of predisposing illness or of the recent… (More)

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