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Term stillbirth caused by oral Fusobacterium nucleatum

Obstet Gynecol (2010)


Intrauterine infection is a recognized cause of adverse pregnancy outcome but the

source of infection is often undetermined. We report a case of stillbirth caused by Fusobacterium nucleatum that originated in the mother’s mouth.


Term stillbirth caused by oral Fusobacterium nucleatum
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