Fusobacterium nucleatum: a rare cause of pyogenic
Sonographically guided percutaneous catheter drainage versus needle aspiration in the management of pyogenic
Amebic liver abscesses were most commonly seen that was followed by pyogenic
Lobular capillary hemangioma: the underlying lesion of pyogenic
KEYWORDS: Infectious spondylodiscitis, Pyogenic
, Tubercular, Brucellar, Clinical features, Diagnosis.
In the clinical evaluation, special attention was given for detection of any other associated pyogenic
infection, or ear discharge, h/o contact with tuberculosis, significant history.
Papillon-Lefevre syndrome with pyogenic
hepatic abscess: A rare association.
Tuberculous versus pyogenic
arthritis: MR imaging evaluation.
In areas where brucellosis is endemic, it is important to consider the Brucella species as a causative agent of cutaneous abscesses among other pyogenic
microorganisms, not least among individuals who consume unpasteurized dairy products or those who are exposed to sources of Brucella through contact with animal tissues.
On the other hand, epidermal cysts, fibromas, fibrolipomas, neurinomas, schwannomas, and pyogenic
granulomas were found to occur more frequently in males [Table 3].
liver abscess as the first manifestation of hepatobiliary malignancy.
Clinical diagnosis and management of hormonally responsive oral pregnancy tumor (pyogenic