Sirolimus oral ulcer with Cedecea davisae superinfection
Transplant Infectious Disease, 06/07/2010
Mawardi H et al. – This is a report of a patient, status post renal transplantation, who developed an oral ulcer associated with sirolimus use and superinfected with C. davisae. According to the literature, this is the first case of C. davisae detected in the oral cavity. Antibiotic therapy led to prompt resolution of this very large ulcer.