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Table 2 Distribution of infections and colonisation with Actinobaculum schaalii

From: Actinobaculum schaalii- invasive pathogen or innocent bystander? A retrospective observational study

Infections and colonisation with Actinobaculum schaalii(n = 27)
Bacteremia 10 (37.0%)
   with urinary tract infection 5 (18.5%)
   with intaabdominal infection 3 (11.1%)
   with spondylodiscitis 1 (3.7%)
   with pneumonia 1 (3.7%)
Abscess 6 (22.2%)
   Abdominal 1 (3.7%)
   Skin 1 (3.7%)
   Surgical site infection (upper jaw and after bladder-stone extraction) 2 (7.4%)
   Genitourinary tract 2 (7.4%)
Urinary tract infection 6 (22.2%)
   with detection of A. schaalii in urine culture 6 (22.2%)
Colonisation (detection of A. schaalii in urine without clinical signs of infection ) 5 (18.6%)