Bacteremia Due to Clostridium cadaveris

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Abstract

Clostridium cadaveris is ubiquitously found in the environment and part of the normal intestinal flora of humans. Although it is generally considered non-toxigenic to humans, it has been reported to cause a wide array of infectious etiologies, including bacteremia. Heightened awareness of C. cadaveris is warranted for clinicians because immunocompromised individuals are particularly at risk for developing significant complications due to Clostridium infections.

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