[Corynebacterium D2-induced encrusted cystitis]

Molina M, Ortega G, Ruiz J, Pérez García A, Saez JA, Serrano J

An Med Interna 1989 Dec;6(12):641-2

PMID: 2491476


Two cases of patients with cystitis cystica secondary to urine infection, caused by resistant corynebacterium D2, are presented. The clinical features were important dysuria and frequency, alkaline urine Ph (Ph 8 and 9). The urine cultures were obtained with the standard techniques, after 72 hours of incubation. They were treated with vancomycin, ciprofloxacin and hydroxinamic acid with good response.