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Bacteremia and Cellulitis Secondary to Co-Infection with Myroides spp. and Providencia stuartii: A Case Report Public Deposited

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Ikerd, T, et al. Bacteremia and Cellulitis Secondary to Co-infection with Myroides Spp. and Providencia Stuartii: A Case Report. . 2021. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/f183f9a0-1ada-4cbe-9a4c-652526c4f0cf?locale=en

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Ikerd, T, Peesapati, Meghna, Skinner, B, & Reyes, Z. (2021). Bacteremia and Cellulitis Secondary to Co-Infection with Myroides spp. and Providencia stuartii: A Case Report. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/f183f9a0-1ada-4cbe-9a4c-652526c4f0cf?locale=en

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Ikerd, T, Peesapati, Meghna, Skinner, B, and Reyes, Z. Bacteremia and Cellulitis Secondary to Co-Infection with Myroides Spp. and Providencia Stuartii: A Case Report. 2021. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/f183f9a0-1ada-4cbe-9a4c-652526c4f0cf?locale=en

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• Myroides spp. are non-motile, aerobic, gram- negative bacilli that are traditionally opportunistic pathogens1. • P. stuartii is a urease-producing, gram-negative bacillus2. • Myroides infections have been reported 60 times to date. Only 15 of which involve cellulitis with 6 also progressing to bacteremia3. • Myroides has not been isolated with P. stuartii in a patient with bacteremia and cellulitis. • This is a novel presentation of 2 multi- drug resistant bacteria, causing a severe presentation of bacteremia and cellulitis.

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