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Citrobacter infections usually arise opportunistically in immunocompromised persons. We report the case of a young man in whom Citrobacter freundii caused a primary invasive illness similar to typhoid fever.
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Accepted: June 13, 1988
© 1989 The British Society for the Study of Infection. Published by Elsevier Inc.