Mycobacterium mageritense에 의한 당뇨병성 족부 감염증 1예 : A Case of Diabetic Foot Infection due to Mycobacterium mageritense

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김충종; 김낙현; 김문석; 김계형; 전재현; 박문석; 박경운; 박완범; 박상원; 김홍빈; 김남중; 오명돈; 최강원

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Infection and Chemotherapy, Vol.40 No.6, pp.337-340
Diabetic foot infection is one of the important complications in patients with advanced diabetes mellitus. Limb threatening infections such as osteomyelitis, abscess, and necrotizing fasciitis are frequently accompanied by the disease. Non-tuberculous mycobacterium (NTM) is a rare causative organism of diabetic foot infection. Thus, if one is not suspicious or meticulous, infection due to NTM will be easily overlooked and this will result in delayed diagnose and treat. Therefore, it is necessary to consider NTM as the causative organism if the wound does not respond to the conventional antibiotic treatment and the culture from the adequately obtained specimen reveals atypical acid-fast bacilli. We present a case of diabetic foot infection with osteomyelitis and abscess due to Mycobacterium mageritense, one of the rapid growing mycobacteria, that was successfully treated with surgical debridement and appropriate antibiotic treatment.
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