Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, October 28th, 2008
"Over the course of 2-week hospitalization, he was clinically diagnosed with multiple cerebral and cerebellar infarcts resulting in altered mental status. lie was pronounced dead 15 days after the injury. At the time of autopsy, diffuse purulent meningitis was found on gross examination. A swab Culture of the brain surface was positive for C. Testosteroni. a saprophytic organism commonly found...
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