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Legionella pneumophila pneumonia during pregnancy: a case report.

by Nelly Gaillac, Bernard Floccard, Thierry Ould, Farida Benatir, Albrice Levrat, Pierre Meunier, Bernard Allaouchiche
The Journal of infection ()

Abstract

Legionella pneumophila pneumonia during pregnancy can have serious consequences for the mother and lead to fetal distress. We report a case of L. pneumophila pneumonia in a pregnant woman at 31 weeks gestation. With early diagnosis and appropriate treatment, the outcome was favorable with delivery of a healthy infant at 40 weeks gestation.

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