Mycobacterium boviship bursitis in a lung transplant recipient

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Abstract

We present a report of extrapulmonary Mycobacterium bovis infection in a lung transplant recipient. M. bovis is acquired predominantly by zoonotic transmission, particularly from consumption of unpasteurized foods. We discuss epidemiologic exposure, especially as relates to the Mexico–US border, clinical characteristics, resistance profile, and treatment.

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