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Cottalorda J - - 1997
We report a case of salmonella spondylitis in an adolescent without sickle cell disease or any history of salmonella gastroenteritis. The infecting organism (cultured from material aspirated from the bone lesion) was Salmonella enterica serovar Newport. With nonoperative treatment, evolution was favorable.
Hanada T - - 1996
A 41-year-old Japanese woman complained of a gradually enlarging swelling of her left cheek for seven months. She was diagnosed with osteopetrosis by standard skeletal radiographs, and her cheek swelling was diagnosed as maxillary osteomyelitis secondary to osteopetrosis. She underwent a left partial maxillectomy, and her post-operative course was stable ...
Hern J D - - 1996
Malignant otitis externa is a necrotising infection of the external ear canal which may spread to include the mastoid and petrous parts of the temporal bone, leading to skull base osteomyelitis. It is almost exclusively caused by infection with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and usually occurs in elderly non-insulin-dependent diabetic patients. However ...
Aluisio F V - - 1996
Acute hematogenous salmonella osteomyelitis is rare among immunocompetent adults. In this study, the authors reported an unusual case of salmonella enteriditis osteomyelitis of the humerus complicated by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus superinfection and eventual chronic osteomyelitis in an immunocompetent host. Resection of the humeral head and a significant portion of the ...
Curran M P - - 1996
STUDY DESIGN: A case report and literature review of the five previous case reports. OBJECTIVES: To outline the features of Torulopsis glabrata spinal osteomyelitis, including its risk factors, diagnosis, and recommended treatments. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA: Fungal infections in general and Torulopsis glabrata in particular are becoming increasingly prevalent. Involvement ...
Rüchel R - - 1995
Scedosporium apiospermum, an anamorph of Pseudallescheria boydii, is a hyalohyphomycete which can be mistaken, histologically, for Aspergillus. S. apiospermum is clinically distinguished by resistance to most antifungals and its ability to cause invasive mycoses in immunocompetent patients. Here we present a typical case of lethal cerebral Pseudallescheria mycosis in a ...
Weil B J - - 1995
PURPOSE: Review a case of Salmonella infection in a young adult related to handling of an infected iguana. METHODS: Case report. RESULTS: Most cases of Salmonella infection related to handling of reptiles have occurred in children. We report a case of Salmonella diarrhea in a 19-year-old male who kept a ...
Boc S F - - 1995
A case study has been presented where C. jeikeium was isolated as the causative bacterium of an osteomyelitis of the fifth metatarsal. Partial amputation, local wound care, frequent and aggressive debridement, and appropriate antibiotics were all used with apparent success. The lack of complete patient follow-up prohibits the authors from ...
Ring D - - 1995
STUDY DESIGN: This is a report of a case. OBJECTIVE: To document the occurrence and characteristics of vertebral osteomyelitis after blunt traumatic esophageal perforation. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA: Vertebral osteomyelitis in association with esophageal rupture has been reported after penetrating, but not blunt traumatic injuries. METHODS: All of the listed ...
O'Driscoll J C - - 1995
An unusual case of discitis and vertebral osteomyelitis due to Haemophilus aphrophilus is described. Infections due to this organism have usually responded to treatment with beta-lactam antibiotics. However, our isolate was resistant to third-generation cephalosporins which has not been reported previously in the world literature. The patient made a good ...
Ylikontiola L - - 1994
Identical female twins with chronic sclerosing osteomyelitis of the mandible are presented. The diagnoses of both at the age of 12 years were based on typical history, and on clinical, radiographic, and histologic findings. High concentrations of IgA and IgG were detected in the serum of both patients, but deviations ...
Korovessis P - - 1994
STUDY DESIGN: A very rare case of Aspergillus fumigatus osteomyelitis of the spine is described. The differential diagnosis, medical and operative treatment, and follow-up evaluation are reported. OBJECTIVES: To increase knowledge about the pathogenesis and treatment of vertebral osteomyelitis resulting from Aspergillus and to emphasize that such cases still exist. ...
Scanlan D R - - 1994
Osteomyelitis caused solely by an anaerobic organism is uncommon. We report a case of recurrent Clostridium bifermentans bacteremia resulting in metastatic osteomyelitis involving the sacrum, spine, and ribs. The emergence of resistance of this organism to imipenem and metronidazole is noteworthy because of the usual susceptibility of clostridial species to ...
Suei Y - - 1994
A patient with chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis is presented for the first time in the dental literature. On the basis of the initial diagnosis of diffuse sclerosing osteomyelitis of the mandible, the clinical course was protracted and refractory to surgical and antibiotic therapies. The literature is reviewed to evaluate the ...
Goel S - - 1994
A case of plasmacytoma arising from the hyoid bone is described, this is a distinctly unusual site, as the marrow-containing flat bones are more commonly affected. On a review of the literature this appears to be the first report of plasmacytoma occurring in the hyoid bone. The patient underwent a ...
Gormley W - - 1994
The number of case reports concerning anterior atlantoaxial osteomyelitis has increased in the past decade. Although previously considered rare, this particular disease has become more prevalent for several reasons, including the increase in the elderly population, which is generally more susceptible to infectious problems. It is, therefore, imperative for physicians ...
Faidas A - - 1994
Retropharyngeal abscess as a manifestation of nontuberculous cervical vertebral osteomyelitis in adults has been described rarely in the literature. We report a case of cervical vertebral osteomyelitis that was caused by Staphylococcus aureus and that presented as a retropharyngeal abscess in a 66-year-old man. In addition, we review related cases.
Shukla P C - - 1994
Primary sternal osteomyelitis is a rare condition. Most of the recent cases have been reported in intravenous drug abusers. A case of primary sternal osteomyelitis with no apparent risk factors is reported. Diagnosing sternal osteomyelitis can be difficult, but failure to clinically recognize this type of infection in its early ...
Al Soub H - - 1994
Twenty-eight cases of vertebral osteomyelitis were diagnosed at Hamad General Hospital in Qatar between January 1988 and December 1991: 16 (57.2%) cases were tuberculous spondylitis, 6 (21.4%) Brucella spondylitis, 3 (10.7%) Staphylococcus aureus spondylitis, 2 (7.1%) Salmonella spondylitis, and 1 (3.6%) Pseudomonas cepacia spondylitis. Plain vertebral x-ray films and CT ...
Stewart A - - 1994
We present the case of a patient with primary chronic osteomyelitis of the mandible, the radiological appearance of which is compatible with a diagnosis of chronic sclerosing osteomyelitis. The accompanying femoral and tibial periosteal reactive new bone formation and the benign clinical course suggest that this presentation may represent a ...
Maat-Kievit J A - - 1994
A patient is reported with the association of the oculo-auriculo-vertebral spectrum and situs inversus. Conditions with overlapping features and previously reported conditions associated with the oculo-auriculo-vertebral spectrum are reviewed. These conditions, as well as the reported association of the oculo-auriculo-vertebral spectrum and situs inversus can probably be seen as a ...
Weinberg W G - - 1993
A previously well 59-year-old man developed necrotizing, invasive cellulitis and subsequent osteomyelitis at what was judged to be the site of a bite or sting. The pathogen isolated was Apophysomyces elegans. Eventually, in addition to treatment with intravenous amphotericin B, en bloc resection was required for cure. Only six previous ...
Jeffers M D - - 1993
This retrospective study reports the incidence of hydatidiform mole in a population of 19,457 pregnancies over a 3-year period. During the study period all "products of conception" from first and second trimester abortions were referred for pathological examination. Coded histologic sections were reviewed using the published histologic criteria for hydatidiform ...
Sexton D J - - 1993
Osteitis pubis is a painful inflammatory process resulting in bony destruction of the margins of the symphysis pubis. Despite six decades of speculation, the pathogenesis of, criteria for diagnosis of, natural history of, and optimal therapy for osteitis pubis remain controversial. We present four cases of postoperative pubic osteomyelitis that ...
Flaisler F - - 1993
We describe an additional case of focal myositis presenting as a painful pseudotumor of the lower leg. Surgical biopsy showed typical features of myositis; the disease improved spontaneously, without clinical or biological abnormalities. Focal myositis can remain a localized process, but in some cases it can become an authentic polymyositis. ...
Raab M G - - 1993
A debilitated 73-year-old white man was diagnosed with back pain secondary to acute hematogenous Eikenella corrodens vertebral osteomyelitis on the basis of history and physical examination, radiographs, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and open biopsy of the L3 vertebral body. A rare cause of vertebral osteomyelitis, possibly reported only once ...
Piehl F C - - 1993
Records of the Sickle Cell Clinics of the South Carolina Children's Rehabilitative Services from 1977 to 1990 were analyzed for cases of osteomyelitis. Cases included in the study demonstrated either positive bone cultures or blood cultures with correlating radiographs. Seven hundred seventeen charts were reviewed, and 16 cases of osteomyelitis ...
Cobos J A - - 1993
Few cases of osteomyelitis caused by Salmonella typhi in nonsickle cell patients have been reported. In a 33-year-old woman with a history of chronic, intermittent drainage of the right lower leg, roentgenographs indicated middiaphyseal osteomyelitis of the fibula. Bone cultures obtained at surgical debridement grew S. typhi. The patient responded ...
de Peretti F - - 1993
Thirteen subjects were randomly selected and embalmed according to Winckler's technique. After removal of the vertebral column and the head in one block the specimens were frozen. Transverse transpedicular cuts were performed at C6, T1, T6, L1, L3, and L5. After enlargement photography, the surface area of the vertebral foramen ...
Tang C - - 1993
The case of a 63-year-old man who developed Candida albicans osteomyelitis is reported. Because of renal impairment, fluconazole was chosen as treatment rather than amphotericin B. The patient made a full recovery. This is the first report of the successful use of fluconazole in the treatment of candidal osteomyelitis.
D'Hoore K - - 1993
A case of Aspergillus osteomyelitis of the spine is presented and the world literature is reviewed, for a total of 32 cases. Aspergillus osteomyelitis is rare, but the spine is most frequently affected. It can be induced hematogenously, by contiguity or by direct inoculation. Up to now medical treatment has ...
Shabb N - - 1993
Twenty-seven patients with eosinophilic granuloma (EG) of bone seen at our institution between 1979 and 1991 underwent fine-needle aspiration (FNA) with or without concurrent Tru-Cut biopsy. The 16 males and 11 females ranged in age from 2 1/2 to 61 years (median, 10 yr). Twenty-four patients had monostotic lesions. The ...
Finkelstein R - - 1992
Bone involvement in patients with Gaucher's disease is common, and some of its clinical manifestations may resemble acute osteomyelitis. In addition, many studies have emphasized the high risk of secondary infection when surgical procedures are performed at the site of the involved bone. Nevertheless, these infections have never been well ...
Colak A - - 1992
Cranial chondrosarcomas are rare. The majority of cases arise from the base of the skull and are most common in adult life. In this report, an infant with a chondrosarcoma of the temporal bone is discussed. We are not aware of a previously reported case of chondrosarcoma of the temporal ...
Farr R C - - 1992
This is the second case report of a temporal bone osteomyelitis caused by Blastomyces dermatitidis, which presented as a chronic serous otitis media. The presenting serous otitis media was refractory to conventional medical and surgical management and progressed to a temporal bone osteomyelitis prior to diagnosis. B. dermatitidis is a ...
Koorbusch G F - - 1992
A retrospective review and analysis of the management of osteomyelitis in 35 patients at a major hospital complex has been made. In this patient population sample, trauma and odontogenic sources were determined to be the most prevalent causes of osteomyelitis of the jaws, which in the vast majority of cases ...
Konagaya Y - - 1992
A young woman with slowly progressive muscular weakness and atrophy localized in both thighs is reported. Laboratory, electromyographic and histological findings suggested that the patient suffered from chronic myositis with a background of autoimmune disorder. Quadriceps myositis is a rare condition. The previously reported cases of this disease in the ...
Geissler W - - 1992
A one-year-old child with BCG osteomyelitis of the upper spine is reported. The child was admitted because of viral infections of the upper respiratory tract. A lateral x-ray examination of the lung showed what was thought to be a mediastinal tumor. The preoperative diagnostic problems are discussed, because the etiology ...
Fukuda J - - 1992
A case of tuberculous osteomyelitis of the mandible in a 76-year-old woman is reported. The patient sought treatment for a periostitis of the left side of the mandible. A purulent discharge was evident. Roentgenographic examination of the mandible revealed bone destruction from the midmandible to the ramus on the left ...
Asmar B I - - 1992
Osteomyelitis in the neonate has distinct physiologic and clinical features that are reviewed in this article. Most cases are the result of hematogenous dissemination, but direct inoculation and extension of infection from surrounding soft tissue occur. The outcome is dependent on several factors and generally difficult to predict at the ...
Reuland P - - 1992
We report the case of a young boy referred to our Department of Nuclear Medicine under the suspicion of a malignant tumor. The leading clinical symptoms were pain in the joints and loss of weight and vitality. Radiographic findings were suggestive of osteogenic sarcoma, but bone scans showed multiple increased ...
Singh N - - 1992
Anaerobic gram-negative cocci of the genus Veillonella are generally normal flora of the oropharynx and upper respiratory tract. When isolated in clinical specimens, these bacteria are usually regarded as commensal organisms rather than as pathogens. We report a case of spinal osteomyelitis in which Veillonella parvula was isolated in pure ...
Coppola M - - 1992
Auricular pain, redness, and swelling are usually the result of infectious cellulitis. However, relapsing polychondritis is another cause of this symptom complex and is the result of an autoimmune phenomenon. It presents with inflammation and destruction of both articular and nonarticular cartilage, with the external ear and joint cartilage most ...
Walker W A - - 1991
We report 2 cases of primary sternal osteomyelitis caused by Aspergillus; previously reported cases have been complications of sternotomy. Both patients were healthy young men with recent intravenous drug abuse. No other focus or predisposing factors were found. Both were treated with partial sternectomy and chondrectomy; 1 received long-term amphotericin ...
Hayes T G - - 1991
Osteomyelitis of the carpal bones is extremely uncommon. We here report a case of Staphylococcus aureus osteomyelitis involving the wrist in a patient with Hodgkin's disease, and review the existing literature on this subject. The case illustrates the importance of considering pertinent clinical evidence in a patient with disseminated malignancy.
Laurin J M - - 1991
A 65-year-old man with 9 months of radicular lower back pain was admitted for treatment of presumed malignancy of the lumbar spine. Lumbar radiographs showed destruction of the L4-L5 endplates and obliteration of the disc space, which was more compatible with an infectious process. After 2 different closed biopsy specimens ...
Eisenberg B - - 1991
Use of In-111 oxine labeled leukocytes in the detection of osteomyelitis of the peripheral skeleton usually presents few problems. However, the diagnosis of osteomyelitis is more difficult in marrow-bearing areas because uptake of indium is normal. Sixty-one In-111 labeled leukocyte scans, that had been performed to exclude osteomyelitis of the ...
Chen C W - - 1991
We report 2 cases of gas-forming vertebral osteomyelitis in diabetic patients. Both were caused by gram-negative bacilli, Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae respectively. Both ran a fulminant course to death despite appropriate parenteral antibiotics. We suggest that early surgical intervention may be needed in cases with gas-forming vertebral osteomyelitis.
De Bock R R Department of Haematology, Universitair Ziekenhuis Antwerpen, - - 1991
We report on a patient with aplastic anaemia and an invasive aspergillosis of the lung with subsequent osteomyelitis of the ribs. Diagnosis was made by puncture of the soft tissues and isolation of Aspergillus fumigatus. Treatment with amphotericin B induced renal function disturbances. It was successfully replaced by AmBisome. Healing ...
Schneider L C - - 1990
Florid osseous dysplasia (FOD) is confused in the literature with chronic diffuse sclerosing osteomyelitis. Two cases of each condition are presented to demonstrate the differences between them. In FOD, there are multiple lobulated sclerotic masses in several quadrants of the jaws, usually in black females. In some cases, the sclerotic ...
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