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Maxillofacial infections of odontogenic origin : Odontopathogens and antibiotic sensitivity : A demographic cross-sectional study in Elsharqia Governorate
Egyptian Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Aim: : To assess the most common micro-organisms causing odontogenic infections and the most effective antibiotic against. Materials and Methods: The study was conducted on 150 patients with maxillofacial infection. The pus sample was collected, cultured (aerobically and anaerobically) and stained for morphological study of the isolates. Antibiotic sensitivity test for the isolates were performed. Results: A total of 260 micro-organisms were isolated, Pure aerobes were identified in 54(36%) ofdoi:10.21608/omx.2019.10665.1026 fatcat:3vcfjt6utfaunj7xi4vnjv5hh4