septicopyemia

septicopyemia

 [sep″tĭ-ko-pi-e´me-ah]
septicemia with pyemia.

sep·ti·co·py·e·mi·a

(sep'ti-kō-pī-ē'mē-ă),
Pyemia and septicemia occurring together.

septicopyemia

Microbiology
An obsolete term that dignifies septicaemia accompanied by metastastic pyogenic abscesses.

sep·ti·co·py·e·mi·a

(sep'ti-kō-pī-ē'mē-ă)
Pyemia and septicemia occurring together.
Synonym(s): septicopyaemia.
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All of the 11 patients died due to infections, including severe pneumonia (3 patients, P1, P33, and P47), septicopyemia (3 patients, P23, P25, and P29), pulmonary tuberculosis (1 patient, P3), osteomyelitis (1 patient, P13), liver abscess (1 patient, P35), necrotic enteritis (1 patient, P36), and infections after haematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT) (1 patient, P30).
Septicopyemia was also reported in CGD patients previously.
Septicopyemia was also commonly observed in CGD patients previously, and it was an important cause of death.