Brodie abscess(redirected from subacute osteomyelitis)
a chronic abscess of bone surrounded by dense fibrous tissue and sclerotic bone; may represent area of resolved currently inactive suppuration.
Brodie abscessA localised abscess that occurs in young males aged 10 to 20 in the metaphysis of long leg bones.
Aching, boring pain of variable intensity, swelling and localised tenderness.
Bro·die ab·scess(brō'dē ab'ses)
A chronic abscess of bone surrounded by dense fibrous tissue and sclerotic bone.
Brodie,Sir Benjamin C., English surgeon, 1783-1862.
Brodie abscess - a chronic abscess of bone surrounded by dense fibrous tissue and sclerotic bone.
Brodie bursa - medial subtendinous bursa of gastrocnemius muscle. - Synonym(s): bursa of semimembranosus muscle
Brodie disease - (1) Synonym(s): Brodie knee; - (2) hysterical spinal neuralgia, simulating Pott disease.
Brodie knee - chronic hypertrophic synovitis of the knee. Synonym(s): Brodie disease (1)
Brodie serocystic disease - usually benign and fast-growing postpubescent breast tumor.
Brodie-Trendelenburg test - test for varicosities in leg veins.