Nonpuerperal breast abscess due to Prevotella bivia

Clinical Case Reports
Astrid BoucherMatteo Coen

Abstract

Contrary to puerperal abscess, nonpuerperal breast abscess is often caused by anaerobic bacteria; polymicrobial aerobic-anaerobic infections are also frequent. Empiric first-choice treatment with broad-spectrum antibiotics should be considered.

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Related Concepts

Abscess
Antibiotics
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Abscess of Breast
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CfxA protein, Prevotella
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