Successful Treatment of Spondylodiscitis and Infectious Sacroiliitis due to Listeria monocytogenes using Meropenem as Salvage Therapy
  • Abeline Kapuczinski
    Department of Internal Medicine, Centre Hospitalier EpiCURA, Hornu, Belgium; Department of Rheumatology, Centre Hospitalier EpiCURA, Hornu, Belgium
  • Sammy Place
    Department of Internal Medicine, Centre Hospitalier EpiCURA, Hornu, Belgium
  • Oliver Filleul
    Department of Internal Medicine, Centre Hospitalier EpiCURA, Hornu, Belgium
  • Christine Villers
    Department of Rheumatology, Centre Hospitalier EpiCURA, Hornu, Belgium

Keywords

Spondylodiscitis, sacroiliitis, osteoarticular infection, Listeria monocytogenes

Abstract

Infectious sacroiliitis is a rare disease that can occur in conjunction with other osteoarticular infections. Furthermore, it is very unusual for Listeria monocytogenes to be identified in an osteoarticular infection, with spondylodiscitis being the most frequent such infection. We report a case of spondylodiscitis with infectious sacroiliitis due to infection with L. monocytogenes treated successfully with meropenem as salvage therapy.

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Published: 2022-03-11
Issue: 2022: Vol 9 No 3 (view)


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Kapuczinski A, Place S, Filleul O, Villers C. Successful Treatment of Spondylodiscitis and Infectious Sacroiliitis due to Listeria monocytogenes using Meropenem as Salvage Therapy. EJCRIM 2022;9 doi:10.12890/2022_003177.