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Pediatrie. 1986 Jun;41(4):297-304.

[Osteoarthritis and osteomyelitis due to Kingella kingae in children. Apropos of 5 cases and review of the literature].

[Article in French]


Bone infection caused by Kingella kingae (Kk) is rare since there are only 15 published cases. We report 5 additional cases with isolation of Kk from fluid or bone aspiration. Kk was sensitive to the most common antibiotics. The outcome was favorable in every case.

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