*Corresponding author:Alen J Salerian MD, Organisation Modern Psychiatry, Zaimi street, paleo falero, Athens 17562, Greece
Received: September 03, 2018; Published: September 14, 2018
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Background: A plethora of evidence suggest pathways independent of contamination may produce microbial growth and infections.
Objective: To prove that fetal cells may produce microbes.
Methods: We searched the keywords fetal infections in Google scholar and pub med for articles and their references published in English from 2000 to 2017. We then applied the probability theory to calculate the probability of pathways independent of contamination to produce fetal infections.
Results: Fetal cells may produce infections. The probability of certainty of this observation is 99.9998%.
Conclusion: Fetal cells may produce infections.
Keywords: Germ Theory; Infections; Gastric Ulcers; Duodenal Ulcers; Burn Wounds Infections