causing treatable infection in perineal hidradenitis suppurativa.
During the procedure, neurosurgeons obtained approximately 40 ml of pus for bacteriologic culture, which grew Proteus mirabilis and Streptococcus milleri
Occurrence and pathogenicity of the Streptococcus milleri
Management of patients with Streptococcus milleri
Aerobes and facultative anaerobes Streptococcus milleri
Seven-year review of bacteremia caused by Streptococcus milleri
and other viridans streptococci.
2) Other reported causes include Streptococcus pneumoniae, methicillin-sensitive S aureus, Streptococcus milleri
, Fusobacterium nucleatum, Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare, Burkholderia cepacia, blastomycosis, and lymphoma.
infections and abscesses in the head and neck region have been previously reported, but there is still a dearth of clinical literature on this topic.
Pyogenic liver abscess caused by Streptococcus milleri
Microbiological analysis of the pus revealed Streptococcus milleri
Incidence and characterization of beta-hemolytic Streptococcus milleri
and differentiation from S.
7) The most common aerobic and facultative anaerobic organisms isolated were Streptococcus pyogenes (~45%), Streptococcus milleri
(~26%), Haemophilus influenzae (~10%), and viridans group streptococci (~10%).