We present a case of a young healthy female who developed recurrent cranial wound infections after a traumatic injury, the etiologic organism finally identified as Mycoplasma hominis, an uncommon and difficult to isolate bacterium.
Recommended CitationQamar, Zahra; Tjoumakaris, Stavropoula; Pattengill, Matthew; Ahmed, Maliha; and Hess, Bryan, "Intracranial Mycoplasma hominis infection following emergent craniectomy" (2021). Division of Infectious Diseases and Environmental Medicine Faculty Papers. Paper 9.
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