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outbreak of necrotising enterocolitis caused by clostridium butyricum.12 hospital-born babies had necrotising enterocolitis, of varying severity, within six weeks, 5 of them within ten days. the usually described predisposing causes were absent in most, though no baby was exclusively breast -fed. evidence of the presence of clostridium butyricum was found in the blood of 9 out of 10 babies examined. cl. butyricum is probably a primary, not a secondary invader.197773010
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