During the past 10 years, improvements in anaerobic laboratory methods have led to the increasingly frequent isolation of obligate anaerobes from clinical specimens and their implication as important causes of human infections, especially after abdominal and pelvic surgery. Anaerobic bacteria also cause infections elsewhere such as suppurative pneumonia and brain abscess.1–6
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