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haematogenous

Originating in, or carried by, the blood.
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2013) comprehensively address the (58) problems associated with chronic haematogenous osteomyelitis of the tibia in children.
The most acknowledged hypothesis is that VO originates from an infected microembolus in the arterial system which becomes lodged in one of the metaphyseal arteries; this results in infarction and subsequent haematogenous spread of the infection.
TB of the CNS arises from haematogenous spread secondary to disease in another part of the body.
The route of infection for GT may be peritoneal, haematogenous or lymphatic.
Clinical features, diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to haematogenous vertebral osteomyelitis.
In the present case report, bone involvement also appeared to be a part of haematogenous spread, since both liver and bone were involved.
The three types of acute haematogenous osteomyelitis: a clinical and vascular study.
Mucosal leishmaniasis (ML) is an uncommon but serious manifestation of Leishmania infection, resulting from haematogenous metastases to the nasal or oropharyngeal mucosa from a cutaneous infection.
1) It occurs by haematogenous spread of mycobacterial organism.
Haematogenous acute and subacute paediatric osteomyelitis: a systematic review of the literature.
The combination of distant haematogenous and regional nodal metastases, also seen on the sagittal lumbar spine MRI (Figs 5 - 7), in a young male patient is most probably due to a testicular germ cell tumour.