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221. Increased diagnosis of Lemierre syndrome and other Fusobacterium necrophorum infections at a Children's Hospital. (Abstract)

Increased diagnosis of Lemierre syndrome and other Fusobacterium necrophorum infections at a Children's Hospital. To assess the apparent increase in the diagnosis of Lemierre syndrome (LS) and other Fusobacterium necrophorum infections at a large children's hospital. Infections with F necrophorum ranged from peritonsillar abscess to potentially fatal LS. LS is an oropharyngeal infection characterized by septic thrombophlebitis of head and neck veins, complicated by dissemination of septic

2003 Pediatrics

222. Lemierre's and Lemierre's-like syndromes in children: survival and thromboembolic outcomes. Full Text available with Trip Pro

at disease presentation and the outcomes of infection. Given the potentially life-threatening thromboembolic complications of this disorder, we reviewed our single-institutional experience with pediatric Lemierre's and Lemierre's-like syndromes (LALLS) from within the context of a larger cohort study of thrombosis in children.Children who were aged from birth to 21 years and had received a diagnosis of JVT and Lemierre's syndrome at the Children's Hospital (Denver, CO) between 2001 and 2005 were (...) Lemierre's and Lemierre's-like syndromes in children: survival and thromboembolic outcomes. Lemierre's syndrome, or jugular vein thrombosis (JVT) associated with anaerobic infection of the head and neck and frequently complicated by septic pulmonary embolism (PE), has historically been described as a disease of young adults. In recent years, an increasing number of case reports of childhood Lemierre's syndrome have been published, focusing mostly on the clinical and laboratory findings

2005 Pediatrics

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