Volume 21, Number 3—March 2015
Mycoplasma pneumoniae and Chlamydia spp. Infection in Community-Acquired Pneumonia, Germany, 2011–2012
|Species||No. (%) positive|
|C. psittaci||17 (2.2)|
|C. pneumoniae||11 (1.4)|
|C. trachomatis||3 (0.4)|
|C. suis||2 (0.3)|
|C. abortus||1 (0.1)|
|Other Chlamydia sp.||1 (0.1)|
|Simkania negevensis||1 (0.1)|
*A total of 31 patients tested positive; 6 were infected with >1 Chlamydia species.
1Joint senior authors.
2Members of the CAPNETZ Study Group are listed at the end of this article.
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