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First Case of Postaneurysmal Prosthetic Vascular Infection Due to a Nonsuperantigenic Yersinia pseudotuberculosis Strain ▿

By Caroline Loïez, Christophe Carnoy, Christophe Decoene, Elizabeth Pradel, Caroline Fichel, René Courcol and Frédéric Wallet


Among Yersinia spp., Y. enterocolitica is the species most frequently isolated from infected aneurysms. This report describes the first case of postaneurysmal prosthetic vascular infection due to a superantigen-negative Yersinia pseudotuberculosis strain, showing a potential affinity of this species for endovascular tissue

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Publisher: American Society for Microbiology (ASM)
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