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Volume 16, Number 9—September 2010

Letter

Invasive Klebsiella pneumoniae Infections, California, USA

Robert McCabeComments to Author , Larry Lambert, and Brad Frazee
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Alameda County Medical Center, Oakland, California, USA (R. McCabe, L. Lambert, B. Frazee); St. Rose Hospital, Hayward, California, USA (R. McCabe)

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A) Computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen showing a liver abscess adjacent to the portal vein. B) CT scan of the chest at the level of the aortic arch showing mediastinum abscesses surrounding the trachea. C) Brain magnetic resonance imaging (T1 weighted, spin echo, with contrast) showing multiple intracerebral abscesses (smooth ring-enhancing lesions with surrounding vasogenic edema). D) CT scan of the abdomen of patient from panel C, showing a left perinephric abscess and thrombus.

Figure. A) Computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen showing a liver abscess adjacent to the portal vein. B) CT scan of the chest at the level of the aortic arch showing mediastinum abscesses surrounding the trachea. C) Brain magnetic resonance imaging (T1 weighted, spin echo, with contrast) showing multiple intracerebral abscesses (smooth ring-enhancing lesions with surrounding vasogenic edema). D) CT scan of the abdomen of patient from panel C, showing a left perinephric abscess and thrombus.

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