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Abstract

, an obligately anaerobic Gram-negative bacillus, was first isolated from appendicitis specimens and human faeces. The two cases described here are the first report of the isolation of in Hungary, and include the first isolation from chronic mastoiditis complicated with a brain abscess.

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