Contents

Preface v

Acknowledgments vii

1. Introduction to Anaerobes 1

2. Anaerobes as Part of the Human Indigenous Microbial Flora 13

3. Collection, Transportation, and Processing of Specimens for Culture 25

4. Clinical Clues to Diagnosis of Anaerobic Infections 35

5. Virulence of Anaerobic Bacteria and the Role of Capsule 43

6. Neonatal Infections 53

7. Bacteremia and Septicemia in Newborns 61

8. Necrotizing Enterocolitis 69

9. Infant Botulism 79

10. Central Nervous System Infections 87

11. Ocular Infections 95

12. Odontogenic Infections 103

13. Ear Infections 119

14. Sinusitis 135

15. Mastoiditis 155

16. Tonsillitis, Adenoiditis, Purulent Nasopharyngitis, and Uvulitis 161

17. Infections of the Head and Neck 181

18. Actinomycosis 203

19. Mediastinitis 209

20. Pulmonary Infections 215

21. Other Chest Infections 223

22. Intra-abdominal Infections 233

23. Urinary Tract and Genitourinary Suppurative Infections 245

24. Female Genital Tract Infections 255

25. Cutaneous and Soft-Tissue Abscesses and Cysts 267

26. Soft Tissue and Muscular Infections 275

27. Burn Infections 289

28. Human and Animal Bite Wound Infection 297

29. Infection in Solid Tumors 307

30. Joint and Bone Infections 323

31. Pseudomembranous Colitis 325

32. Anaerobic Bacteremia 332

33. Endocarditis 335

34. Pericarditis 342

35. Botulism 345

36. Tetanus 353

37. Antibiotic Resistance of Anaerobic Bacteria and Its Effect on the Management of Anaerobic Infections 359

38. Treatment of Anaerobic Infections 387

Index 407

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