autogenous infection

autogenous infection
(aw-toj\'e-nus)
An infection that results from a patient\'s own microbiota, regardless of whether the infecting organism became part of the patient\'s microbiota subsequent to admission to a clinical care facility.

Microbiology. . 2009.

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