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Surgical Strategies For Vertebral Osteomyelitis And Epidural Abscess

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From Neurosurgical Focus Surgical Strategies for Vertebral Osteomyelitis and Epidural Abscess Posted 01/07/2005 Neurosurg Focus 17(6), 2004
Patrick C. Hsieh, M.D.; Robert J. Wienecke, M.D.; Brian A. O'Shaughnessy, M.D.; Tyler R. Koski, M.D.; Stephen L. Ondra, M.D. Abstract Pyogenic vertebral discitis and osteomyelitis (PVDO) has become an increasing problem for the spine surgeon....
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Symbiotic Infections Wheeless

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Wheeless Textbook of Orthopaedics Discussion: - caused by non hemolytic Strep and hemolytic Staph aureus; - although staph alone may show up on culture, special attention may must be paid to isolating the microaerophilic Streptococceae; ...
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Synergistic Nonclostridial Myonecrosis Wheeless

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Wheeless' Textbook Synergistic Nonclostridial Anaerobic Myonecrosis - similar to gas gangrene - dishwater pus may be present; - Bacteroides and/or anaerobic streptococci may be present, together with aerobic or facultative grm neg. bacilli; Necrotizing Fasciitis: - serious infection that spreads rapidly along fascial planes and is commonly caused by Staphylococcus...
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Treatment Of A Chronic Scedosporium Apiospermum Vertebral Osteomyelitis Medscape

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Case Report Neurosurg Focus 17(6), 2004 Posted 01/18/2005 John W. German, M.D.; Susan M. Kellie, M.D.; Manjunath P. Pai, Pharm.Dc.; Paul T. Turner, M.D.
Scedosporium apiospermum is a rare cause of fungal vertebral osteomyelitis that may result in chronic infection requiring multiple surgical interventions and long-term medical therapy. This case is...
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