Arthroplasty Infection by Priopionibacterium granulosum Treated With Reimplantation Despite Ongoing Purulent-Appearing Fluid Collection
Journal of Arthroplasty, 05/04/2012
Nystrom LM et al. – There is no clinical or laboratory evidence of infection at 3 years post–reimplantation, and the patient has a well–functioning total hip arthroplasty. P granulosum is a low–virulence but highly–inflammatory organism. It seems to produce a large fluid collection that may require multiple debridements.