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1,838 Possible Causes for Fever, Leg Pain, Osteomyelitis

  • Osteomyelitis

    About 20% cases of osteomyelitis that affect adults are hematogenous in nature. Spinal osteomyelitis occurs in about 1 in every 450,000 population.[] After this episode, he did not experience any pain in his leg for approximately 50 years; he felt acute pain in his right lower leg at the age of 50 when his glycemic control[] Osteomyelitis Symptom Fever The definition of fever is an elevation in body temperature or a high body temperature.[]

  • Septic Arthritis

    Even if the infection developed from an adjacent metaphyseal osteomyelitis, no initial bony findings are likely to be apparent until 7-10 days after onset.[] Pain may move from one joint to another before a joint becomes swollen and tender. Tendons may become inflamed.[] We conclude, that the absence of fever, rigors, blood leucocytosis and positive blood cultures does not rule out the possibility of bacterial arthritis.[]

  • Brucellosis

    The musculoskeletal system is frequently affected, and the disease can exhibit clinical involvements such as arthritis, spondylitis, spondylodiscitis, osteomyelitis, tenosynovitis[] Back pain and radiating leg pain was relieved significantly in all patients after operation. No implant failures were observed in any patients.[] Microscopic image of Brucellosis Signs and Symptoms Fever, sweating, headaches, back pain, and physical weakness.[]

  • Phlegmon

    From there, the infection spreads to the adjacent vertebral body endplates, causing osteomyelitis and suggested by increased T2/STIR signal and enchancement on MR.[] A 9-year-old boy with thigh pain, high fever, hyperleukocytosis and positive blood cultures for Staphylococcus aureus had a left obturator internus phlegmon.[] The 128 CDC-confirmed paraspinal/spinal infections include the following: Epidural abscess Phlegmon Discitis Vertebral osteomyelitis Arachnoiditis.[]

  • Periostitis

    730 Osteomyelitis periostitis and other infections involving bone 730.0 Acute osteomyelitis 730.00 Acute osteomyelitis, site unspecified convert 730.00 to ICD-10-CM 730.01[] All medical data were gathered from enrolled adults with sports-related lower leg pain.[] It is characterised by systemic features including fever, weight loss and a striking diffuse periostitis in association with an osteoblastoma, resulting in delayed diagnosis[]

  • Arthritis

    Erosive arthritis in Behcet's disease (BD) is rare and confused with infectious diseases such as osteomyelitis.[] See Leg Pain and Numbness: What Might These Symptoms Mean? Because the pain runs down the leg people, even doctors sometimes, confuse it with nerve root pain.[] PATIENT CONCERNS: A 64-year-old man on hemodialysis for 30 years was admitted because of intermittent fever, polyarthritis, and elevated serum C-reactive protein (CRP) level[]

  • Polyarthritis

    Bone biopsy specimens demonstrated mild chronic inflammation with no evidence of osteomyelitis.[] Approximately four days before this hospital admission, the patient reported acute onset of lateral left leg pain.[] Fever pattern Fever is a nonspecific significant sign of systemic inflammation.[]

  • Ewing Family of Tumors

    Some patients present with fever, a symptom suggestive of acute osteomyelitis, although ET are not per se associated with infection.[] Some symptoms include pain or swelling in the arm, leg, chest, back or pelvis and a fever or broken bone for no reason, according to[] Symptoms may include swelling and pain at the site of the tumor, fever, and a bone fracture. The most common areas where it begins are the legs, pelvis, and chest wall.[]

  • Spinal Epidural Abscess

    Spinal osteomyelitis with epidural abscess is a rare disease.[] This case presents an 18-year-old female with diabetes mellitus who presented with fever and leg pain.[] Here we report the case of a female patient, 51 years of age, with difficulty walking and bilateral leg pain after having had degenerative discogenic pain for many years.[]

  • Epidural Abscess

    He was found to have Nocardial brasiliensis vertebral osteomyelitis and epidural abscess.[] The clinical features include fever, spinal pain, radiating nerve root pain and leg weakness.[] A 54-year-old man presented with neck pain and fever. Magnetic resonance imaging of the cervical spine revealed an epidural abscess at C4 to T2.[]

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