An Unusual Organism as a Cause of Neonatal Suppurative Parotitis


Affiliations

  • APS University, Gandhi Memorial Hospital, Shyam Shah Medical College, Department of Pediatrics, Rewa, MP, India

Abstract

Neonatal suppurative parotitis(NSP) is an uncommon illness in the neonate. Here, to the best of our knowledge we describe first case of newborn who developed NSP due to acenatobacter species and was treated successfully with antibiotics.

Keywords

Neonate, Suppurative Parotitis, Gram Negative Bacteria, Bilateral Parotid Swelling, Acenatobacter.

Subject Discipline

Paediatrics

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