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Table 1 Clinical features of reported cases of breast abscess due Salmonella enterica serotype Typhi and Paratyphi. (Source: PubMed, Medline)

From: Breast abscess due to Salmonella Typhimurium in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis: a case report

Year of publication Reference number Author Patient age Gender Underlying condition Species Unilateral/bilateral breast abcess
1907 [17] Thayer and Hazen 16 Female None S. Typhi Unilateral
1972 [18] Barrett and MacDermot 43 Female None S. Typhi Unilateral
1994 [20] Lalitha and John Unknown Unknown Unknown S. Typhi Unknown
2003 [5] Jayakumar et al. 40 Female Fibroadenoma of the breast S. Typhi Unilateral
2007 [21] Delori et al. 54 Female None S. Typhi Unilateral
2007 [22] Mahajan et al. Unknown Female Immunocompromised S. Typhi Unilateral
2009 [10] Singh et al. 35 Female None S. Typhi Bilateral
2011 [19] Singh et al. 29 Female None S. Typhi Bilateral
2011 [23] Vattipally et al. 28 Female None S. Typhi Unilateral
2012 [4] Fernando et al. 33 Female None S. Paratyphi A Unilateral
2012 [24] Kumar et al. 60 Female Diabetes Mellitus S. Typhi Unilateral
2012 [25] Siddesh and Sumana 33 Female None S. Paratyphi A Unilateral
2013 [11] Banu et al. 40 Female None S. Typhi Unilateral
2014 [26] Ghadage et al. 31 Female None S. Paratyphi A Unilateral
2015 [6] Sood 37 Female Diabetes Mellitus Type 2, hypothyroidism S. Paratyphi A Unilateral
2016 [27] Elumalai and Seetharaman Unknown Unknown Unknown S. Typhi Unknown