Other Names for this Disease
- M. Malmoense
- Mycobacterium Malmoense infection
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M. Malmoense infection may be acquired by breathing in or ingesting the bacteria, or through trauma, such as an injury or surgical incision. People who have suppressed immune systems are at an increased risk for developing signs and symptoms from these infections.
Last updated: 9/5/2013
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