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  • Citrobacter keratitis: predisposing factors and clinical characteristics. [Journal Article]
    J Ophthalmic Inflamm Infect. 2023 Jan 31; 13(1):3.Soleimani M, Masoumi A, … Zamani MH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Citrobacter spp. is a rare cause of bacterial keratitis.Previous keratoplasty and ocular surface problems are important risk factors. The prognosis is not good and surgical tectonic intervention is required in many cases to resolve the corneal infection.
  • C25-modified rifamycin derivatives with improved activity against Mycobacterium abscessus. [Journal Article]
    PNAS Nexus. 2022 Sep; 1(4):pgac130.Paulowski L, Beckham KSH, … Maurer FP
  • Infections caused by Mycobacterium abscessus are difficult to treat due to its intrinsic resistance to most antibiotics. Formation of biofilms and the capacity of M. abscessus to survive inside host phagocytes further complicate eradication. Herein, we explored whether addition of a carbamate-linked group at the C25 position of rifamycin SV blocks enzymatic inactivation by ArrMab, an ADP-ribosylt…
  • Nocardia arthritidis scleritis: A case report. [Case Reports]
    Am J Ophthalmol Case Rep. 2023 Mar; 29:101794.Abdelmegid O, Thakur S, Cheung AY
  • CONCLUSIONS: This unique case demonstrates infectious scleritis caused by an uncommon Nocardia species (N. arthritidis) that was successfully treated with similar strategies used for other reported Nocardia species. As Nocardia scleritis can lead to adverse outcomes if not treated promptly and properly, it should be considered on the differential diagnoses in an immunocompromised patient who presents with acute ocular symptoms after any recent ocular surgery.
  • A Rare Case of Osteomyelitis of an Ankle Caused by Mycobacterium chelonae. [Case Reports]
    Antibiotics (Basel). 2023 Jan 06; 12(1)Ryskova L, Kukla R, … Ryska P
  • Mycobacterium chelonae, a rapidly growing nontuberculous mycobacterium, is usually described as a causative agent of soft tissue infections (postsurgical, posttraumatic, posttransplantation, postinjection, catheter infection, etc.), but only rarely as a cause of osteomyelitis. The authors describe a case report of a 72-year-old man with osteomyelitis of the talus. Initially, the infection was ass…
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