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Bacteroides fragilis perinephric abscess

, : Bacteroides fragilis perinephric abscess. Journal of Urology 123(4): 601-602

Although urinary tract infection caused by Bacteroides fragilis has been recognized since the turn of the century it is not frequently recognized in clinical practice. Only a small number of significant upper urinary tract infections in which Bacteroides fragilis has had a significant pathogenic role have been reported previously. The use of systemic metronidazole in the treatment of this rare and unusually refractory form of urinary tract infection is described.


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