Diseases caused by Clostridium perfringens

  • Gas gangrene
  • food poisoning
  • necrotising enteritis
  • gangrenous appendicitis
  • brain abscess and meningitis
  • panophthalmitis
  • thoracic infections
  • endogenous gas gangrene of intraabdominal origin
  • biliary tract infections
  • urogenital infections

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