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Acute Chorioamnionitis at Term Caused by the Oral Pathogen Fusobacterium Nucleatum

Source: Hawai'i Journal of Medicine and Public Health (2012)


Fusobacterium nucleatum is an oral pathogen associated with preterm birth. Presented is a case of acute chorioamnionitis that progressed to maternal sepsis in a term patient with intact membranes.


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