Severe Bordetella holmesii infection in a previously healthy adolescent confirmed by gene sequence analysis
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AuthorRussell, FM; Davis, JM; Whipp, MJ; Janssen, PH; Ward, PB; Vyas, JR; Starr, M; Sawyer, SM; Curtis, N
Source TitleCLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
PublisherUNIV CHICAGO PRESS
University of Melbourne Author/sRussell, Fiona; Davis, Jennifer; WHIPP, MARGARET; JANSSEN, PETER; Sawyer, Susan; Curtis, Richard; Starr, Michael; VYAS, JULIAN RAHESH
AffiliationPaediatrics Royal Children'S Hospital
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsRussell, F. M., Davis, J. M., Whipp, M. J., Janssen, P. H., Ward, P. B., Vyas, J. R., Starr, M., Sawyer, S. M. & Curtis, N. (2001). Severe Bordetella holmesii infection in a previously healthy adolescent confirmed by gene sequence analysis. CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES, 33 (1), pp.129-130. https://doi.org/10.1086/320892.
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C2 - Journal Articles Unrefereed
We describe an immunocompetent adolescent who presented with exceptionally severe Bordetella holmesii infection, including previously undescribed manifestations. Sequelae included a severe restrictive lung defect due to pulmonary fibrosis.
KeywordsPublic Health and Health Services not elsewhere classified; Disease Distribution and Transmission
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