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Natl J Integr Res Med. 2011; 2(1): 57-59


Chromoblastomycosis

Girish R. Bhuyar*, Gopal NAgrawal**, Suresh V. Jalgaonkar***.

Abstract
Streptomyces species has been commonly reported as a cause of mycetoma. Invasive streptomyces infections are rare. We report a case of late onset neonatal septicemia caused by Streptomyces annulatus in a home delivered baby, which was identified based on morphology and biochemical characteristics. Invasive streptomyces infections may be more common than these isolated case reports.

Key words: Streptomyces, mycetoma, neonatal septicemia.



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