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Sridhar, Shela BS*; Cheong, David MD†; Fontaine, Jacques-Pierre MD, FACS‡; Sandin, Ramon L. MD, MS, FCAP§; Greene, John N. MD, FACP∥
Abstract: Sternoclavicular joint septic arthritis is rare and accounts for 1% of septic arthritis. Sternoclavicular joint septic arthritis is typically found in patients with comorbid illnesses or who are immunocompromised or intravenous drug users. Sternoclavicular joint septic arthritis caused by a fungal infection is rarely reported in immunosuppressed patients and never in a healthy patient. Our paper demonstrates a healthy patient with a sternoclavicular joint septic arthritis infected with Alternaria.
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Alternaria, SCJ infection, septic arthritis, osteomyelitis
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