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haematogenous

Originating in, or carried by, the blood.
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1) Haematogenous spread, particularly in cases with sterile urine culture.
Amoebic dysentery is the usual consequence of infection, and amoebic liver abscesses not uncommonly form as a result of haematogenous spread of parasite along the portal vein.
Actinomyces meyeri is thought to cause primary pulmonary infection with subsequent local empyema and distant haematogenous dissemination to brain, liver, or spleen.
All surgical wounds are at a risk of bacterial contamination as pathogenic organism can enter primarily through the incision or from haematogenous dissemination.13 There are three different types of SSIs defined by the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).12
Transport to the ganglia is thought to be via retrograde axonal transport (from the skin) and via haematogenous spread.
There are various theories as to the development of bactobilia; entero-hepatic, ascending & haematogenous routes.
Cutaneous tuberculosis can be acquired from haematogenous or lymphatic dissemination of a pulmonary focus or by direct inoculation.
The mode of infection in Brucella bursitis is believed to be due to haematogenous dissemination [7].
reported that the mass is either haematogenous in nature (47.3% versus 97% in our study) or neurogenic.13 The anatomical locations of tumours previously reported were different from our series.
Haematogenous metastases were evaluated with X-rays of the axial skeleton and radionuclide scintigraphy in selected patients, and were categorised as absent (M0) or present (M1).
Metastasis is almost always haematogenous. Aggressive surgical resection is the best current treatment because the tumour is usually less responsive to radioactive iodine ablation than the more common generic follicular carcinoma.
In the absence of a known inoculation, infection of deep bursae are presumed to be due to haematogenous seeding or spread from an adjacent septic site such as contiguous septic arthritis.