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Abstract

The case is presented of a woman with intrauterine infection and post-partum bacteraemia due to subsp. , who delivered an infant via Caesarean section. Furthermore, we comment on the possibility of vaginal colonization of this organism as a portal of entry in cases of maternal and neonatal infections.

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