Salmonella virchow infection in an infant transmitted by household dogs.

@article{Sato2000SalmonellaVI,
  title={Salmonella virchow infection in an infant transmitted by household dogs.},
  author={Y. Sato and T Mori and T Koyama and Hideaki Nagase},
  journal={The Journal of veterinary medical science},
  year={2000},
  volume={62 7},
  pages={
          767-9
        }
}
A 4-month-old male infant manifested diarrhea and Salmonella Virchow was isolated from his stool. The pathogen was repeatedly isolated from the infant over one month despite three regimens of treatment with antibiotics, to which the isolate was sensitive. Three household dogs were kept in his home and S. Virchow was isolated from two of them. The infant was admitted to hospital and was treated with antibiotic, then the pathogen was finally eliminated. Antibiotic sensitivity pattern and PFGE… Expand
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