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Possible Association of Kingella kingae With Infantile Spondylodiscitis

Abstract : The course of the spondylodiscitis’ infantile form is characterized by a mild-to-moderate clinical and biologic inflammatory response. Unfortunately, blood and disk/vertebral aspiration cultures show a high percentage of negative results. However, detecting Kingella kingae DNA in the oropharynx provided reasonable suspicion, to our opinion, that this microorganism is responsible for the spondylodiscitis.
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Dimitri Ceroni, Wilson Belaieff, Akatarina Kanavaki, Rebecca Anderson Della Llana, Pierre Lascombes, et al.. Possible Association of Kingella kingae With Infantile Spondylodiscitis. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2013, 32 (11), pp.1296 - 1298. ⟨10.1097/INF.0b013e3182a6df50⟩. ⟨hal-01709747⟩



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