alexa Abstract | Change of host by Aeromonas salmoncida from aquatic fish to man- a case report

Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences
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Aeromonas species are gram negative bacilli widely distributed in aquatic environment.The most common pathogens among Aeromonas species include Aeromonas caviae & Aeromonas veronii. They are known to cause sepsis, gastroinstestinal and extraintestinal infections. Here we report a case of Aeromonas salmoncida isolated from a non healing ulcer of a 63 year old female patient. It is usually isolated from aquatic fishes and is rarely isolated from human infections.

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Author(s): Mathews AA Rajamani S Appalaraju B


Aeromonas salmoncida, Sepsis, Non healing ulcer

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