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Volume 14, Number 11—November 2008

Letter

Bacteremia Caused by Mycobacterium wolinskyi

Yu-Chuan Chen, Ruwen Jou, Wei-Lun Huang, Shao-Tsung Huang, Keng-Chang Liu, Chorng-Jang Lay, Shu-Mei Chang, Chih-En Tseng, Chun-Liang Lai, and Yu-Chieh SuComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Buddhist Tzu Chi Dalin General Hospital, Chiayi, Taiwan (Y.-C. Chen, K.-C. Liu, C.-J. Lay, S.-M. Chang, C.-E. Tseng, C.-L. Lai, Y.-C. Su); Centers for Disease Control Department of Health, Taipei, Taiwan (R. Jou, W.-L. Huang); Chest Hospital Health Executive Yuan, Tainan, Taiwan (S.-T. Huang); Tzu Chi University School of Medicine, Hualien, Taiwan (K.-C. Liu, C.-J. Lay, S.-M. Chang, C.-E. Tseng, C.-L. Lai, Y.-C. Su);

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Histologic image of debrided tissue of the patient, showing inflammatory processes within the synovial tissue and the presence of an acid-fast bacillus (magnification ×400, acid-fast stain).

Figure. Histologic image of debrided tissue of the patient, showing inflammatory processes within the synovial tissue and the presence of an acid-fast bacillus (magnification ×400, acid-fast stain).

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