Volume 21, Number 7—July 2015
Oligella ureolytica Bacteremia in Elderly Woman, United States
|Year||Patient age, y||Patient sex||Location||Culture source||Concurrent conditions||Urinary disorder||Reference†|
|2014||30||M||India||Blood||Metastatic lung adenocarcinoma||Urinary incontinence||(3)|
|2013||Newborn||F||Turkey||Blood||None||Maternal urine exposure during delivery?||(4)|
|2013||89||M||United States||Urine||Adenocarcinoma of prostate||High post void residual||(5)|
|1996||49||F||Canada||Neck lymph node||Non-Hodgkin lymphoma||None||(6)|
|1993||40||M||United States||Blood||AIDS, sacral ulcer, diarrhea||None||(7)|
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