Keywords: Chronic granulomatous disease, Perirectal abscess
, Nitrotetrazolium, Dihydrorhodamine.
A key treatment principle is to search out the source of infection and drain it, whether it is a paronychia, sinusitis, perirectal abscess
, or some other focus.
Three days prior, he had sought treatment for a small perirectal abscess
, which was managed with drainage and outpatient oral antibiotics.
pneumophila with mixed flora was identified in a perirectal abscess (8) and in skin samples from a patient with lymphoma and cellulitis associated with pneumonia (9).
Perirectal abscess caused by Legionella pneumophila and mixed anaerobic bacteria.
The aerobic and anaerobic bacteriology of perirectal abscess
Adults with a purulent skin or soft-tissue infection of less than 1 week duration were included in the study (patients with perirectal abscess
2) This infection spreads rapidly throughout the perineal and scrotal tissues and may begin in a perirectal abscess
In 1 MRSA patient, a perirectal abscess
developed 5 months after the mastitis resolved.
Although more common in adults, perirectal abscess
is frequently encountered in pediatric practice.
Incidence of Grade 3 or 4 adverse events often associated with antiangiogenic therapy were: hypertension (2%), bleeding events (9%), thromboembolic event (4%), pulmonary embolism (7%), craniotomy wound dehiscence (4%), and perirectal abscess
The clinical manifestations of invasive disease in patients with clone B infection included sepsis, toxic-shock syndrome, osteomyelitis, fasciitis, bacteremia, pyomyositis, pneumonia with empyema, deep visceral abscesses, and perirectal abscess
with prostatitis; 1 patient in this group died.