phlegmonous


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Related to phlegmonous: phlegmonous gastritis

phleg·mon·ous

(fleg'mon-ŭs),
Denoting phlegmon.

phleg·mon·ous

(fleg'mŏn-ŭs)
Term denoting phlegmon.

phlegmonous

(flĕg′mŏn-ŭs)
Pert. to inflammation of subcutaneous tissues.
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The retropharyngeal and paravertebral phlegmonous infection compromised the cervical myelon from the dorsolateral region and extended from the C0 to C2 level.
Only 37 (3.6%) patients were converted to open cholecystectomy because of distorted anatomy dense adhesions, phlegmonous mass and bleeding.
Mumps virus infection with laryngeal oedema and thoracic wall phlegmonous inflammation in an adult.
As a result, there were received 9 peptide fractions: from acute catarrhal -1 of phlegmonous -3, of gangrenous -1 and chronic calculus - 4.
A case of phlegmonous colitis that developed in a chronic HCV-infected patient who received combined therapy of PEG-IFN and Ribavirin also had a lethal consequence.
Systemic Th17-like cytokine pattern in gangrenous appendicitis but not in phlegmonous appendicitis.
A case report of Shewanella haliotis showing a phlegmonous inflammation of right lower leg with sepsis [in Japanese].
Abdominal ultrasound scan showed a partially visualized pancreatic body displaying a heterogeneous, predominantly hypoechoic, echo texture, anterior to which was a phlegmonous fluid collection.
They were widely spread among the group of patients with phlegmonous forms of cholecystitis.
Other, although less common, causes of this finding include inflammatory conditions such as tuberculosis, Crohn's disease, phlegmonous pancreatitis, granulomatous enterocolitis, benign disease (such as desmoid fibroma, extramedullary hematopoiesis, and hemoperitoneum), and malignant disease entities.
The reasons for conversion were technical failure, perforated appendix, general peritonitis, cavum Douglasi abscesses, and gangrenous or phlegmonous appendix, Dr.