Recurrent Cellulitis With Group G Streptococcus Bacteremia in a Cancer Patient: A Case Report.

@article{Tsambiras1998RecurrentCW,
  title={Recurrent Cellulitis With Group G Streptococcus Bacteremia in a Cancer Patient: A Case Report.},
  author={Tsambiras and Montero and Greene and Per Sandin},
  journal={Cancer control : journal of the Moffitt Cancer Center},
  year={1998},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={184-186}
}
Beta-Hemolytic streptococcal infections can be categorized into Lancefield groups A to H and K to V. Groups A, B, C, D, and G are most often involved in human disease. Group A (Streptococcus pyogenes), one of the most common causes of pharyngitis, produces a variety of skin and soft-tissue infections including cellulitis, erysipelas, and necrotizing fasciitis. Group B (S. agalactiae) has been associated with a history of breast cancer and with sepsis and meningitis in neonates and peripartum… CONTINUE READING