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hematogenous

 [he″mah-toj´ĕ-nus]
produced by or derived from the blood; disseminated through the bloodstream or by the circulation.

he·ma·to·gen·ic

, hematogenous (hē'mă-tō-jen'ik, hem'ă-; hem-ă-toj'en-ŭs),
1. Synonym(s): hemopoietic
2. Pertaining to anything produced from, derived from, or transported by the blood.

hematogenous

(hē′mə-tŏj′ə-nəs)
adj.
1. Producing blood.
2. Originating in or spread by the blood.

hematogenous

adjective Originating in the blood or spread via the bloodstream

he·ma·to·gen·ic

, hematogenous (hē'mă-tō-jen'ik, -toj'ĕ-nŭs)
1. Synonym(s): hemopoietic, haematogenic.
2. Pertaining to anything produced from, derived from, or transported by the blood.
Synonym(s): haematogenic.

he·ma·to·gen·ic

, hematogenous (hē'mă-tō-jen'ik, -toj'ĕ-nŭs)
1. Synonym(s): hemopoietic, haematogenic.
2. Pertaining to anything produced from, derived from, or transported by the blood.
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Prosthetic infections are usually listed according to the Widmer classification: early postoperative if they occur during the first 2-4 weeks after surgery; late chronic after the first month; hematogenous after two years [1].
Because of high possibility of hematogenous dissemination to visceral organs and frequent relapse, long courses of antimicrobial therapies are recommended for treatment of infections caused by Chromobacterium violaceum [1, 17] but we did not find any clinical or laboratory or radiological evidences of hematogenous spread and visceral abscesses.
Pathologic examination of the removed thrombus revealed adenocarcinoma cells, suggestive of hematogenous dissemination from the ovarian cancer.
Fernandez-Hidalgo et al., "Health care associated hematogenous pyogenic vertebral osteomyelitis: A severe and potentially preventable infectious disease," Medicine (United States), vol.
found that 28% of brain abscesses were a result of hematogenous spread from distant sites such as the heart, lungs, or gastrointestinal tract [9].
Most patients have hematogenous microscopic dissemination at presentation [10] and the most frequent metastatic stations are lungs followed by bones and brain [11].
Metastases from myoepithelial carcinoma are described and usually they are hematogenous rather than lymphatic and they also appear to be restricted to cases of primary tumors with size greater than 2cm (5-9).
Hematogenous osteomyelitis of the calcaneus in children.
There are two potential modes of dissemination of a dental infection to the cervical spine: lymphatic or hematogenous. When the presentation is insidious, the mode may be lymphatic spread, but when it is more acute, the mode is more likely via hematogenous spread.
According to lead investigator Simone Albisinni of the Department of Urology, Institut Jules Bordet, Universit Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium, These findings raise important questions concerning the spread of malignant urothelial cells and a possible role of pneumoperitoneum and intermittent insufflations on tumoral hematogenous migration during minimally invasive radical cystectomy.
As demonstrated in our case, there could be clinically evident latent or reactivated tubercular foci in the lymph nodes, mucosa, lungs, and joints that might serve as the primary or source point for hematogenous spread resulting in LV.
Early infections are likely to result from intraoperative seeding, while late infections may arise from hematogenous spread postoperatively [6].