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Vascular complications of Q-fever infections


, : Vascular complications of Q-fever infections. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 42(3): 384-392

Burnetii is a strict intracellular pathogen causing Q fever, a worldwide zoonosis with an extensive animal reservoir. Chronic Q fever infections are frequently associated with cardiovascular complications, mainly endocarditis, and also aortic aneurysms and vascular-graft infection. We present four cases of chronic Q fever infections and associated vascular complications, and review the literature to identify major symptoms and assess the prevalence, treatment and outcome in these challenging patients. Materials and methods: The demographic and clinical data of four patients presenting at our unit were analysed. PubMed was searched to identify articles describing patients with chronic Q-fever-associated vascular complications. Combining our own with.

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PMID: 21622013

DOI: 10.1016/j.ejvs.2011.04.013


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