Morganella morganii  can cause urinary tract and wound infections, as well as diarrhea. bacteremia

M morganii has been associated with urinary tract infections, sepsis, pneumonia, wound infections, musculoskeletal
infections, central nervous system infections, pericarditis, chorioamnionitis, endophthalmitis, empyema, and
spontaneous bacterial peritonitis.

Indian Pediatrics - EditorialThere is an unusual case of a one-day-old neonate presenting with necrotizing fasciitis
caused by Morganella morganii acquired post-natally following a fall ... - 21k - Cached - Similar pages

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necrotizing fasciitis caused by Morganella. morganii acquired post-natally following a. fall into the toilet bowl during a
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