PMID: 59152Jul 10, 1976

Bacteroides: an unusual cause of breast abscess

Lancet
J E HaleG Smith

Abstract

Three cases of breast abscess from which the non-sporing anaerobe Bacteroides was isolated are described. This organism has apparently not previously been reported as a cause of abscess in a breast without underlying malignancy.

Citations

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