Volume 27, Number 3—March 2021
Extrapulmonary Nontuberculous Mycobacteria Infections in Hospitalized Patients, United States, 2009–2014
|Skin and soft tissue
||Arm, boil, cheek, ear, foot, genital, groin, incision, leg, lymph node, mass, neck, node, nodule, skin, thigh, tissue, wound
|Blood||Blood, blood capillary, blood line, blood venous, blood whole, central line|
|Bone and joint (sterile)||Bone, bone marrow, wrist, synovial fluid, jaw, joint fluid, knee, hip|
|Central nervous system
|Abdominal||Liver, ascites fluid, gastric tube, abdominal fluid, gastric fluid, nasogastric aspirate, peritoneal, peritoneal dialysis fluid, peritoneal fluid, gastric aspirate, perianal, colonic wash, feces, rectal, percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy site|
|Urinary||Urine, urine catheterized, urine clean catch, urine midstream, urine voided|
|Other||Eye fluid, cervical, pericardial fluid, sternal, exit site, foreign body, pacemaker, plate, prosthesis, surgical, nasopharynx, throat, nonsterile bone and joint|
*Data from in Cerner Health Facts database (https://sc-ctsi.org/resources/cerner-health-facts).
1Current affiliation: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
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