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Volume 19, Number 9—September 2013

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Mycobacterium chelonae Abscesses Associated with Biomesotherapy, Australia, 2008

Mihaela IvanComments to Author , Craig Dancer, Ann P. Koehler, Michaela Hobby, and Chris Lease
Author affiliations: South Australia Department of Health, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia (M. Ivan, A. P. Koehler, M. Hobby, C. Lease); SA Pathology, Adelaide (C. Dancer)

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Mycobacterium chelonae abscesses associated with biomesotherapy, an alternative therapy practice, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 2008. The abscesses are at the biomesotherapy injection site. (Photo courtesy of Erina Gray.)

Figure 1. . . Mycobacterium chelonae abscesses associated with biomesotherapy, an alternative therapy practice, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 2008. The abscesses are at the biomesotherapy injection site. (Photo courtesy of Erina Gray.)

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