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28 Possible Causes for Cervicofacial Actinomycosis, Gas Gangrene

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Also called: Diabetes mellitus, DM Summary Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. Glucose comes from the foods you eat. Insulin is a hormone that helps the glucose get into your cells to give them energy. With type 1 diabetes, your body does not make insulin. With type 2[…][]

  • Acute Myelocytic Leukemia

    History Patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) present with signs and symptoms resulting from bone marrow failure, organ infiltration with leukemic cells, or both. The time course is variable. Some patients, particularly younger ones, present with acute symptoms that develop over a few days to 1-2 weeks. Others[…][]

  • Blast Phase

    Abstract Chronic myeloid leukemia blast phase (CML-BP) cells commonly express the multidrug transporter, P-glycoprotein (Pgp). To determine whether Pgp inhibition improves treatment outcome in CML-BP, the Southwest Oncology Group performed a randomized, controlled trial testing the benefit of the Pgp modulator,[…][]

  • Umbilical Hernia

    Called also Meckel's diverticulum. umbilical gas gangrene umbilicus infected with Clostridium septicum, C. oedematiens. umbilical hemorrhage a specific syndrome in newborn[] Actinomycosis infection is a chronic disease with granulomatous lesions and areas of fibrosis. Its incidence is increasing and the location usually is cervicofacial.[] Anatomopathological study showed abdominal actinomycosis, requiring a lengthy course with penicillin.[]

  • Sepsis

    A42.0 Pulmonary actinomycosis A42.1 Abdominal actinomycosis A42.2 Cervicofacial actinomycosis A42.7 Actinomycotic sepsis A42.8 Other forms of actinomycosis A42.81 Actinomycotic[] The following are organ system–specific etiologies of possible sepsis: Skin/soft tissue: Necrotizing fasciitis, cellulitis, myonecrosis, or gas gangrene, among others, with[] Serratia A41.59 Other Gram-negative sepsis A41.8 Other specified sepsis A41.81 Sepsis due to Enterococcus A41.89 Other specified sepsis A41.9 Sepsis, unspecified organism A42 Actinomycosis[]

  • Osteomyelitis

    actinomycosis is a slowly progressive infection with granulomatous and suppurative features Candida albicans : extremely rare, despite being a known commensal of oral cavity[] Gangrene/therapy human Hyperbaric Oxygenation Japan Orthopedics Osteomyelitis/therapy Issue Date: 2004 Publisher: Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society, Inc.[] No cases of gas gangrene have been reported, whether sterile or unsterile maggots were used.[]

  • Chronic Appendicitis

    An oval calcification and appendiceal lumen filled with gas are seen (arrow).[] The most commonly involved regions are cervicofacial, thoracic, abdominopelvic and cerebral, whereas the abdominal actinomycosis is common (approximately 20% of cases) and[] At surgery, gangrenous appendicitis with perforation and an obstructing fecolith were found. (From Chen MYM, Pope, Jr. TL, Otto DJ: Basic Radiology. 2nd ed.[]

  • Severe Idiopathic Pneumococcemia

    Research output : Contribution to journal › Article Atypical Form of Cervicofacial Actinomycosis Involving the Skull Base and Temporal Bone McCann, A., Alvi, S.[] gas 670 uterus 670 gonorrhea (conditions classifiable to 098) 647.1 hematoma, subdural 674.0 hematosalpinx, infectional 670 hemiplegia, cerebral 674.0 hemorrhage 666.1 brain[] […] meaning sepsis 670 meaning pyrexia (of unknown origin) 672 fissure, nipple 676.1 fistula breast 675.1 mammary gland 675.1 nipple 675.0 galactophoritis 675.2 galactorrhea 676.6 gangrene[]

  • Diverticular Abscess

    gangrene 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Clostridial cellulitis Clostridial myonecrosis ankle - see Abscess, lower limb anorectal K61.2 ICD-10-CM[] In abdominal actinomycosis, the common site being involved are the ileocecal areas, especially the appendix [ 9, 10 ].[] Other amebic infections 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Amebic appendicitis Amebic splenic abscess anerobic A48.0 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code A48.0 Gas[]

  • Vertebral Osteomyelitis

    actinomycosis accounts for 50% of all reported cases, and because the spread of the disease is often from direct extension, most spinal infections occur in the cervical and[] Narváez & Oscar Murillo Infection (2016) Vertebral osteomyelitis and epidural abscess caused by gas gangrene presenting with complete paraplegia: a case report Manabu Akagawa[] […] occurred, spread to the skeletal system is possible and most often occurs as a result of direct extension of the abscess without regard for anatomic barriers. 48 Because oral cervicofacial[]

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