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504 Possible Causes for Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor, Staphylococcal Pneumonia

  • Influenza

    The most dreaded complication is staphylococcal pneumonia, which develops 2-3 days after the initial presentation of viral pneumonia.[] […] can occur from numerous pathogens (eg, Staphylococcus aureus , Streptococcus pneumoniae , and Haemophilus influenzae ).[] For example, in the 1918-1919 epidemic, many young adults died of a pneumonia that some experts believe was caused directly by the virus. [11] Secondary bacterial pneumonia[]

    Missing: Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor
  • Small Cell Carcinoma of the Lung

    First described in 1986, the basaloid squamous variant of laryngeal carcinoma is an uncommon, aggressive neoplasm with early presentation of metastatic disease and widespread dissemination. It is characterized primarily by its biphasic morphologic appearance. A 64-year-old female smoker presented with left hilar and[…][]

  • Bronchogenic Carcinoma

    Colonic metastasis of the bronchogenic carcinoma is quite rare. Here we document an extremely rare presentation of the lung cancer that presented with acute abdomen and was diagnosed as intestinal obstruction due to colon carcinoma initially. He underwent an urgent operation and the obliterating mass in the[…][]

  • Relapsed Small Cell Lung Cancer

    Amrubicin (AMR), a new anthracycline agent, has shown promising results for advanced small-cell lung cancer (SCLC), although the efficacy of AMR alone against refractory relapsed SCLC is insufficient. This study was conducted to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the combination of AMR and carboplatin (CBDCA) in[…][]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    Acute bronchitis is one of the most common diagnoses made by primary-care physicians. It is traditionally treated with antibiotics, (although the evidence for their effectiveness is weak and modest at best), and other even less effective treatments. Chinese medicinal herbs have been also used as treatment. This[…][]

    Missing: Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor
  • Pneumonia

    Lung abscess: can occur in disease due to S. pneumoniae and is classically seen in patients with klebsiella or staphylococcal pneumonia. Pneumatocele. Pneumothorax.[] Pyopneumothorax - eg, following rupture of a staphylococcal lung abscess in the pleural cavity. Deep vein thrombosis.[] Septicaemia, pericarditis, endocarditis, osteomyelitis, septic arthritis, cerebral abscess, meningitis (particularly in pneumococcal pneumonia).[]

    Missing: Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor
  • Skin Infection

    The following serious conditions can occur with internal Staph or MRSA: Staphylococcal pneumonia – Abscess formation in the lungs.[] Text Size Email Print Share Infections caused by staphylococcal organisms can lead to a variety of diseases, including pneumonia, abscesses, bone infection (osteomyelitis)[] Staphylococcal sepsis – A widespread infection in the bloodstream that can lead to shock, circulatory collapse and death.[]

    Missing: Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor
  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    A serious complication following influenza virus infection is a secondary bacterial pneumonia, particularly staphylococcal pneumonia.[] Community-acquired pneumonias caused by Staphylococcus aureus are also uncommon and usually occur after influenza or from staphylococcal bacteremia.[] Streptococcus pyogenes pneumonia is often associated with a hemorrhagic pneumonitis and empyema.[]

    Missing: Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor
  • Paraplegia

    Keywords Spinal cord tumor; Intraspinal hematoma; Intradural ependymoma; Lumbar puncture Introduction Intradural spinal cord tumors are uncommon with an incidence of about[] Fractured or broken back where the lumbar vertebrae are fractured. Injury to the spinal cord. Stroke. Hereditary spastic paraplegia, which is a genetic disorder.[] This report draws attention to the need for careful evaluation of symptoms suggesting the presence of a spinal mass, before lumbar puncture, peridural, or spinal anesthesia[]

  • Paraparesis

    Spinal MRI revealed swelling of the lumbar and cervical spinal cord. CSF and blood chemistry showed normal results.[] Cranial MRI demonstrated bifrontal cystic tumorous lesions with partial contrast rims, as well as space-occupying focal lesions of the caudate nuclei.[]

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