Clinical Cases of Intestinal Yersiniosis as a Trigger for Collagenosis in Children

O.V. Korbut, V.M. Yukhimenko, E.A. Dmitrieva, A.R. Butz, O.V. Vigovskaya, A.L. Yarotnik

Abstract


A case of severe intestinal yersiniosis, caused by Yersinia enterocolitica 03 and Yersinia enterocolitica 09 as a trigger for the development of dermatomyositis in a teenager aged 14 years old is described.


Keywords


intestinal yersiniosis; collagenosis; children; dermatomyositis; differential diagnosis

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