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Spontane Clostridieninfektion - nicht selten erst eine postmortale Diagnose


Martos, V P; Bartsch, C (2011). Spontane Clostridieninfektion - nicht selten erst eine postmortale Diagnose. Archiv für Kriminologie, 227(3-4):124-128.

Abstract

Infections with Clostridium species occur very seldom but then often as a lethal disease. They are mainly associated with trauma, surgery and malignancies, but can also occur with dermal and intestinal infections, burns and septic abortion. The development of gas gangrene is insidious and progression is very rapid. So it may stay unrealized until death and is often diagnosed only at autopsy.

Infections with Clostridium species occur very seldom but then often as a lethal disease. They are mainly associated with trauma, surgery and malignancies, but can also occur with dermal and intestinal infections, burns and septic abortion. The development of gas gangrene is insidious and progression is very rapid. So it may stay unrealized until death and is often diagnosed only at autopsy.

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Other titles:Spontaneous Clostridium infection - often a post-mortem diagnosis
Item Type:Journal Article, not refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:04 Faculty of Medicine > Institute of Legal Medicine
Dewey Decimal Classification:340 Law
610 Medicine & health
Language:German
Date:2011
Deposited On:11 Mar 2012 08:16
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 15:42
Publisher:ZETOC-Verlag
ISSN:0003-9225
Related URLs:http://www.archivfuerkriminologie.de (Publisher)
http://bibnet.org/vufind/Record/ccmed952138849
PubMed ID:21661254

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