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Fatal Necrotising Soft Tissue Infection Caused by Escherichia coli in Alcoholic Liver Cirrhosis
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  • MIO KURIMOTO,
  • Mahoko Ikeda,
  • Ichiro Hirayama,
  • Yatsuya Kobayashi,
  • Mio Shikama,
  • Hitomi Nakamura,
  • Yuji Wakimoto,
  • Oshiro Yohei,
  • Miyuki Yamamoto,
  • Naoki Hayase,
  • Takahiro Hiruma,
  • Shu Okugawa,
  • Kent Doi,
  • Naoto Morimura,
  • Kyoji Moriya
MIO KURIMOTO
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Mahoko Ikeda
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Ichiro Hirayama
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Yatsuya Kobayashi
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Mio Shikama
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Hitomi Nakamura
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Yuji Wakimoto
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Oshiro Yohei
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Miyuki Yamamoto
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Naoki Hayase
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Takahiro Hiruma
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Shu Okugawa
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Kent Doi
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Naoto Morimura
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Kyoji Moriya
The University of Tokyo Hospital
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Abstract

NSTI caused by E. coli monomicrobial infection is an extremely severe condition with high mortality. This report presented a case of monomicrobial NSTI caused by E. coli with septic shock in a patient with alcoholic liver cirrhosis and mentioned both pathogen virulence factors and host susceptibility factors.

Peer review status:UNDER REVIEW

29 May 2021Submitted to Clinical Case Reports
31 May 2021Assigned to Editor
31 May 2021Submission Checks Completed
31 May 2021Reviewer(s) Assigned