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Bacterial and Histopathological Findings in Deep Head and Neck Infections


Background: Infection occurring in the potential spaces and fascial planes of the head and neck region is termed as deep neck infection. This is supposed to be one of the most serious and life-threatening diseases. From deep neck infections, the most common pathogens isolated are bacteria that are regularly found within the bacterial flora of the oropharynx and usually occur as mixed infections of aerobes and anaerobes. Literature shows very few cases of primary malignancies, follo more...
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