Arthritis Caused by Group B Streptococcus: A Case Report
Pediatric Emergency Care, 08/17/2012
Perotti M et al. – Streptococcus agalactiae is not only a well–known cause of severe infections in the first 3 months of life but also an unusual organism to be isolated in case of septic arthritis, especially in children. The authors report a case of a monoarticular arthritis in a 6–month–old girl.