Legionella micdadei

Le·gion·el·la mic·da·'de·i

a bacterial species that may be acid-fast and causes Pittsburgh pneumonia, a variant of Legionnaires disease. Accounts for approximately 60% of Legionella pneumonias other than those caused by Legionella pneumophila.
An often intracellular bacteria, and frequent contaminant of water supplies, which may cause bronchopneumonia with consolidation and a fibrinopurulent exudate, fever, pleuritic pain and cough. It usually affects immunosuppressed children

Le·gion·el·la mic·da·de·i

(lē-jŭ-nel'lă mik-dā'dē-ī)
A species that causes Pittsburgh pneumonia, a variant of Legionnaires' disease. Accounts for approximately 60% of Legionella pneumonias other than those caused by L. pneumophila.
Synonym(s): Pittsburgh pneumonia agent.
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Extrapulmonary Legionella micdadei infection in a previously healthy child.
Necrotizing cellulitis caused by Legionella micdadei.
Coagulase-negative staphylococci, gram-negative bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Serratia, Proteus, Klebsiella species and other Enterobacteriaceae, (3) Histoplasma, (4) Cryptococcus, (5) cutaneous mycobacteria, (6,7) and Legionella micdadei (8) have been reported to cause cellulitis in immunocompromised hosts, including renal transplant recipients.
Necrotizing cellalitis caused by Legionella micdadei.
For example, we recently diagnosed a case of Legionella micdadei infection, which had never been known to cause an abscess.
Community-acquired Legionella micdadei (Pittsburgh pneumonia agent) infection in Sweden.
Heterogeneity in intracellular replication and cytopathogenicity of Legionella pneumophila and Legionella micdadei in mammalian and protozoan cells.
Microbiological investigations into an outbreak of Pontiac fever due to Legionella micdadei associated with use of whirlpool.
Nosocomial Legionella micdadei pneumonia: 10 years experience and a case-control study.