pyogenic infections

pyogenic infections

lesions characterized by acute inflammation and pus formation, e.g. folliculitis, furuncle, carbuncle, abscess formation, cellulitis and necrotic ulceration
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Before the 1980s, the organism most commonly isolated from liver abscesses was Escherichia coli, but in Taiwan and Korea there has been a shift to KP, which is now highly endemic and the major cause of community-acquired pyogenic infections.
Pyogenic infections of the hand: An industrial and clinical investigation in the African miner.
Subsequent sections discuss pyogenic infections and miscellaneous infections.
Painful fissures and recurrent pyogenic infections of the skin seem to be the most common medical complications [Hart and Shapira, 1994; Marandian et al.
The WAS is a rare X-linked immunodeficiency disorder characterized by eczema, thrombocytopenia with small platelets, recurrent pyogenic infections, and high incidences of autoimmune diseases and malignancies (1).
Pyogenic infections of the vertebral spine present as infections of the vertebral body (osteomyelitis), the epidural space (epidural abscess), or the intervertebral disk (septic discitis).
The product is used for the treatment of inflammations involving rheumatoid arthritis, acute jaundice hepatitis, cholecystitis, injury and unknown pyogenic infections," commented Xiamen's General Manager Qiang Shi'fa.
Compere EL, Garrison M: Correlation of pathologic and roentgenologic findings in tuberculosis and pyogenic infections of the vertebra: The fate of the intervertebral disk.
TG and vacuolisation) on peripheral blood smears as a diagnostic tool, especially to predict acute pyogenic infections.
Since 1 of our members noticed some cases of pyogenic infections in a prison, we conducted a sentinel study of skin and soft tissue infection (SSTI) in the 2 main prisons from May to June in 2003.