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Figure 2.12. On the left note the normal physiologic engorgement of the breast. On the right there is a mastitis secondary to Escherichia coli infection. Although the most common cause of mastitis in the neonate is staphylococ-cal infection, other organisms may be responsible.

Figure 2.12. On the left note the normal physiologic engorgement of the breast. On the right there is a mastitis secondary to Escherichia coli infection. Although the most common cause of mastitis in the neonate is staphylococ-cal infection, other organisms may be responsible.

Engorged Breasts Newborn

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