Campylobacter Jejuni from Perforated Gastric Ulcer: A Rare Case
Campylobacter species induced enteritis is among the most common in the world. However, its association with gastric perforation is not well documented. We report here a case of a 27‑year‑old male who presented with a gastric perforation. Gastric biopsy sample revealed Gram‑negative spiral bacilli and culture on modified Thayer‑Martin agar yielded Campylobacter jejuni. The identification was confirmed by standard biochemical tests. This is probably the first documented case report from India of C. jejuni from the gastric biopsy.