November 18, 2017 Bohdan Pomahac, M.D., Julian Pribaz, M.D., Elof Eriksson, M.D., Ericka M. Bueno, Ph.D., J. Rodrigo Diaz-Siso, M.D., Frank J. Rybicki, M.D., Donald J. Annino, M.D., Dennis Orgill, M.D., Edward J. Caterson, M.D., Stephanie A. Caterson, M.D., Matthew J. Carty, M.D., Yoon S. Chun, M.D., Christian E. Sampson, M.D., Jeffrey E. Janis, M.D., Daniel S. Alam, M.D., Arturo Saavedra, M.D., Joseph A. Molnar, M.D., Thomas Edrich, M.D., Francisco M. Marty, M.D., and Stefan G. Tullius, M.D.: Brief Report: Three Sufferers with Full Facial Transplantation.Three months later, Serratia marcescens bacteremia with pancytopenia created. She had agammaglobulinemia and was given intravenous immune globulin. At 6 months of age, focal seizures developed. Magnetic resonance imaging suggested the presence of infarcts in both hemispheres of the brain. Eye deviation developed; CT scanning showed the right frontal infarct, a deep thalamic hemorrhage, and large subdural collections that were consistent with abscess development and hemorrhage. Four weeks later, bloodstream cultures were positive for E.