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Abstract

An elderly patient was admitted with sepsis to a community hospital. The individual was found to have a foot wound infested with maggots, and clinical evidence of cellulitis. A blood culture was positive on day 2 with . The patient was treated successfully with a combination of antibiotics and manual removal of the maggots. Poor living conditions were central to his presentation.

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