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161. Primary cutaneous mucormycosis developing after incision and drainage of a subcutaneous abscess in an immunocompetent host Full Text available with Trip Pro

Primary cutaneous mucormycosis developing after incision and drainage of a subcutaneous abscess in an immunocompetent host 26729834 2016 10 10 2018 11 13 1757-790X 2016 2016 Jan 04 BMJ case reports BMJ Case Rep Primary cutaneous mucormycosis developing after incision and drainage of a subcutaneous abscess in an immunocompetent host. 10.1136/bcr-2015-213700 bcr2015213700 Beatty Norman N Department of Internal Medicine, University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson at South Campus, Tucson (...) , Arizona, USA. Al Mohajer Mayar M Department of Infectious Diseases, University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson, Tucson, Arizona, USA. eng Case Reports Journal Article 2016 01 04 England BMJ Case Rep 101526291 1757-790X 0 Antifungal Agents 0 Triazoles 0 liposomal amphotericin B 6TK1G07BHZ posaconazole 7XU7A7DROE Amphotericin B IM Abscess surgery Adult Amphotericin B therapeutic use Antifungal Agents therapeutic use Drainage adverse effects Humans Immunocompetence Leg Male Methicillin-Resistant

2016 BMJ case reports

162. A case of obturator hernia leading to right thigh abscess in China Full Text available with Trip Pro

A case of obturator hernia leading to right thigh abscess in China The purpose of this case is to investigate a case of obturator hernia leading to right thigh abscess on 68-year-old woman of China. A 68-year-old Chinese woman was referred to China-Japan Friendship Hospital of Jilin University with abdominal pain, bloating, exhaust, stop defecation in 2011. She had chronic bronchitis, emphysema with a history of 20 years. This patient did not have any bad habits, such as smoking, alcohol (...) consumption, etc. In this surgery, CT was used to diagnose the basic condition of the patient. Surgery was used for treatment of patients with diseases. In addition, this operation was performed by the china-Japan Friendship Hospital of Jilin University. The results of this case showed that the cervix of rectal right anterior wall can hit a funicular neoplasm, toughening, smooth, with tenderness, considering for the external pressure bowel loops. The inside of the right thigh showed obvious swelling, skin

2016 International journal of surgery case reports

163. Loop Drainage: Effectiveness in Treating Cutaneous Abscesses

and less painful in the adult population, then it should be considered as a potential preferred I&D method for cutaneous abscess in the ED. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Abscess of Skin and/or Subcutaneous Tissue Procedure: Traditional Incision and Drainage. Procedure: Loop drainage Not Applicable Detailed Description: Patients who meet study criteria for treatment of a simple cutaneous abscess and desire to be a part of this study, will be consented. Study subjects will be enrolled (...) : Layout table for MeSH terms Abscess Skin Diseases Suppuration Infection Inflammation Pathologic Processes

2016 Clinical Trials

164. Packing Versus no Packing for Cutaneous Abscess

: 2016052 First Posted: July 4, 2016 Last Update Posted: October 11, 2018 Last Verified: October 2018 Individual Participant Data (IPD) Sharing Statement: Plan to Share IPD: No Additional relevant MeSH terms: Layout table for MeSH terms Abscess Skin Diseases Suppuration Infection Inflammation Pathologic Processes (...) Packing Versus no Packing for Cutaneous Abscess Packing Versus no Packing for Cutaneous Abscess - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Packing Versus no Packing for Cutaneous Abscess The safety

2016 Clinical Trials

165. Factors influencing drainage setting and cost for cutaneous abscesses among pediatric patients. (Abstract)

Factors influencing drainage setting and cost for cutaneous abscesses among pediatric patients. To evaluate the clinical and microbiological factors associated with skin and soft tissue infections drained in the emergency department (ED) vs operative drainage (OD) in a tertiary care children's hospital.This was a cross-sectional study among children aged 2 months to 17 years who required incision and drainage (I&D). Demographic information, signs and symptoms, abscess size and location (...) , and wound culture/susceptibility were recorded. Patient-specific charges were collected from the billing database. Multivariate regression analysis was used to determine factors determining setting for I&D and the effect of abscess drainage location on cost.Of 335 abscesses, 241 (71.9%) were drained in the ED. OD for abscesses was favored in children with prior history of abscess (odds ratio [OR], 3.18; 95% confidence interval [CI], 1.36-7.44; P = .01) and labial location (OR, 37.81; 95% CI, 8.12-176.03

2016 American Journal of Emergency Medicine

166. Negative pressure wound therapy aids recovery following surgical debridement due to severe bacterial cellulitis with abdominal abscess post-cesarean: A case report (CARE-Compliant). Full Text available with Trip Pro

Negative pressure wound therapy aids recovery following surgical debridement due to severe bacterial cellulitis with abdominal abscess post-cesarean: A case report (CARE-Compliant). Bacterial cellulitis post-Cesarean section is rare. Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is widely used in various medical specialities; its effectiveness in obstetrics however remains the topic of debate-used predominantly as an adjunct to secondary intention specific to high-risk patient groups. Its application (...) in the treatment of actively infected wounds post-Cesarean is not well documented. Here, we document NPWT in the treatment of an unusually severe case of bacterial cellulitis with abdominal abscess postpartum. We provide a unique photographic timeline of wound progression following major surgical debridement, documenting the effectiveness of 2 different NPWT systems (RENASYS GO and PICO, Smith & Nephew). We report problems encountered using these NPWT systems and "ad-hoc" solutions to improve efficacy

2016 Medicine

167. Management lacrimal sac abscesses using lacrimal probe and crawford silicon tube. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Management lacrimal sac abscesses using lacrimal probe and crawford silicon tube. Treatment of lacrimal sac abscess of the traditional surgical approach may result in complications from cutaneous fistula formation, damage the sac, cause skin scarring and even have the potential for inducing cicatricial ectropion. We designed a new treatment scheme that is expected to achieve internal drainage with the use of lacrimal probe and crawford silicon tube.A prospective study was performed (...) for the management of lacrimal sac abscesses. All suitable patients from January 2011 to June 2014 were managed by lacrimal probe and crawford tube insertion. Postoperatively, patients received 0.5% Levofloxacin eye drops four times per day and oral Levofloxacin tablets 0.5 g once per day for four days. Follow-up times were for more than three months after removing the Crawford tube. The condition of the lacrimal sac and the patient's symptoms were carefully evaluated.Fourteen patients suffering from lacrimal

2016 BMC Ophthalmology

168. BISMUTH PASTE IN WAR SURGERY: ITS USE IN COMBINATION WITH THE SKIN SLIDING OPERATIONS FOR CHRONIC SUPPURATIONS AND LUNG ABSCESS Full Text available with Trip Pro

BISMUTH PASTE IN WAR SURGERY: ITS USE IN COMBINATION WITH THE SKIN SLIDING OPERATIONS FOR CHRONIC SUPPURATIONS AND LUNG ABSCESS 17863885 2007 09 17 2008 11 20 0003-4932 67 4 1918 Apr Annals of surgery Ann. Surg. BISMUTH PASTE IN WAR SURGERY: ITS USE IN COMBINATION WITH THE SKIN SLIDING OPERATIONS FOR CHRONIC SUPPURATIONS AND LUNG ABSCESS. 392-402 Beck E G EG eng Journal Article United States Ann Surg 0372354 0003-4932 1918 4 1 0 0 1918 4 1 0 1 1918 4 1 0 0 ppublish 17863885 PMC1427006

1918 Annals of Surgery

169. Pulmonary Tuberculosis with Metastatic Tuberculous Abscesses of the Skin Full Text available with Trip Pro

Pulmonary Tuberculosis with Metastatic Tuberculous Abscesses of the Skin 19994447 2010 06 25 2018 11 13 0035-9157 58 9 1965 Sep Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine Proc. R. Soc. Med. Pulmonary Tuberculosis with Metastatic Tuberculous Abscesses of the Skin. 696 Evans R G RG eng Journal Article England Proc R Soc Med 7505890 0035-9157 2009 12 9 6 0 1965 9 1 0 0 1965 9 1 0 1 ppublish 19994447 PMC1898922 Arch Dis Child. 1955 Apr;30(150):169-73 14377626

1965 Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine

170. Report of a Case of Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis Resulting from a Small Abscess in the Skin of the Temple. Vaccine Treatment Full Text available with Trip Pro

Report of a Case of Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis Resulting from a Small Abscess in the Skin of the Temple. Vaccine Treatment 16692296 2006 06 01 2008 11 20 0065-9533 13 Pt 2 1913 Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc Report of a Case of Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis Resulting from a Small Abscess in the Skin of the Temple. Vaccine Treatment. 496-502 Snell A C AC eng Journal Article United States Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 7506106 0065-9533 1913 1 1 0 0 1913 1 1 0

1913 Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society

171. Fungal skin infection - scalp

Fungal skin infection - scalp Fungal skin infection - scalp - NICE CKS Share Fungal skin infection - scalp: Summary Fungal infection of the scalp is also known as 'tinea capitis' or 'scalp ringworm', and it describes infection of scalp hair follicles and the surrounding skin caused by dermatophytes. In UK cities, infection is usually caused by Trichophyton tonsurans. In Europe and rural parts of the UK, infection is usually caused by Microsporum canis. It predominantly affects prepubertal Afro (...) -Caribbean children. The clinical features of fungal scalp infection vary depending on the degree of inflammatory response, and include: Scaling and itch of the scalp, patches of hair loss. Skin erythema, pustules, crusting, and lymphadenopathy. Painful, pustular boggy masses, which may have a thick crust (kerion). Associated fungal infection at other sites. Assessment of suspected fungal scalp infection should include skin and hair sampling for fungal microscopy and culture, to confirm the diagnosis

2018 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

172. Palliative care - malignant skin ulcer

Palliative care - malignant skin ulcer Palliative care - malignant skin ulcer - NICE CKS Share Palliative care - malignant skin ulcer: Summary A malignant ulcer is a proliferative or cavitating primary or secondary cancer in the skin. It may appear as a crater-like wound, a nodular 'fungus', or a 'cauliflower' lesion. Most malignant ulcers develop from a breast, head and neck, or skin cancer. Malignant ulcers are most likely to develop in people older than 70 years of age with metastatic cancer (...) and a life expectancy of 6 months or less. Primary care management of a malignant skin ulcer includes: Assessment of the malignant skin ulcer including the type, site and size of the ulcer, the presence of necrotic tissue, condition of the surrounding skin, and the presence of complications. Discussing with the person their concerns, treatment priorities, and advising that healing is unlikely to be a realistic goal, but that the aim is to maintain the person’s quality of life as much as possible

2018 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

173. NOCARDIA BEIJINGENSIS PSOAS ABSCESS AND SUBCUTANEOUS PHAEOHYPHOMYCOSIS CAUSED BY PHAEOACREMONIUM PARASITICUM IN A RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT: THE FIRST CASE REPORT IN THAILAND. (Abstract)

with imipenem for 2 weeks, followed by a 4-week course of intravenous TMP/SMX and then oral TMP/SMX. During hospitalization for the psoas muscle abscess the patient developed cellulitis with subcutaneous nodules of his right leg. Skin biopsy and cultures revealed a dematiaceous mold, subsequently identified as P. parasiticum by DNA sequencing. The subcutaneous phaeohyphomycosis was treated with surgical drainage and liposomal amphotericin B for 4 weeks followed by a combination of itraconazole (...) NOCARDIA BEIJINGENSIS PSOAS ABSCESS AND SUBCUTANEOUS PHAEOHYPHOMYCOSIS CAUSED BY PHAEOACREMONIUM PARASITICUM IN A RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT: THE FIRST CASE REPORT IN THAILAND. We describe the first case of a psoas muscle abscess caused by Nocardia beijingensis and subcutaneous phaeohyphomycosis caused by Phaeoacremonium parasiticum in a renal transplant recipient. The patient was treated for nocardiosis with percutaneous drainage and intravenous trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (TMP/SMX) combined

2015 Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health

174. Ultrasound-guided Greater Auricular Nerve Block for Emergency Department Ear Laceration and Ear Abscess Drainage. (Abstract)

innervation includes most of the helix, antihelix, the lobule, and the skin over the mastoid process and parotid gland. Anesthesia of the GAN is commonly performed in emergency medicine as part of a landmark-based ear "ring" block. Recently, a selective ultrasound-guided GAN block has been described.We report the first cases of ultrasound-guided greater auricular nerve block (UGANB) successfully performed in the ED as the sole procedural anesthesia for both an ear laceration and abscess drainage (...) Ultrasound-guided Greater Auricular Nerve Block for Emergency Department Ear Laceration and Ear Abscess Drainage. Adequate emergency department (ED) anesthesia for painful ear conditions, such as ear lacerations or ear abscesses, can be challenging. Much of the sensory innervation of the ear is supplied from the anterior and posterior branches of the greater auricular nerve (GAN). The GAN is a branch of the superficial cervical plexus, which arises from the C2/C3 spinal roots. The GAN

2015 Journal of Emergency Medicine

175. Cold subcutaneous abscesses as the first manifestation of disseminated coccidioidomycosis in an immunocompromised host. (Abstract)

cases, usually in immunocompromised patients, and it carries high risks of morbidity and mortality. The skin is one of the most frequently affected organs and in some cases cutaneous lesions may be the first or only sign of infection. A wide spectrum of clinical lesions may develop, including cold abscess. In immunocompromised hosts, DC represents a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge. Treatment is based on antifungal drugs, such as amphotericin B and azoles, administered for long periods of time (...) Cold subcutaneous abscesses as the first manifestation of disseminated coccidioidomycosis in an immunocompromised host. Coccidioidomycosis is an endemic fungal infection in the southwestern USA and northern Mexico. It is caused by Coccidioides immitis and C. posadasii. This infection occurs due to the inhalation of airborne arthroconidia, causing a mild pulmonary infection, but most cases are asymptomatic. Disseminated coccidioidomycosis (DC) is a rare entity occurring in less than 1% of all

2015 Australasian Journal of Dermatology

176. Paraspinal Tropical Pyomyositis and Epidural Abscesses Presenting as Low Back Pain Full Text available with Trip Pro

Paraspinal Tropical Pyomyositis and Epidural Abscesses Presenting as Low Back Pain We present the case of a 13-year-old patient who presented to the Emergency Department with low back and flank pain. Cross sectional imaging revealed paraspinal pyomyositis and epidural abscess. A detailed patient history revealed a recent lower extremity skin infection consistent with tropical pyomyositis. Review of this case shows the importance for recommending either contrast enhanced computed tomography (CT (...) ) imaging of the spine and/or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in patients with a recent skin infection and acute onset of back pain.

2015 Radiology Case Reports

177. Endocarditis With Fistulization and Rupture of Aortic Root Abscess to the Left Atrium. (Abstract)

Endocarditis With Fistulization and Rupture of Aortic Root Abscess to the Left Atrium. Infective endocarditis (IE) is a difficult emergency department (ED) diagnosis to make. Symptoms are nonspecific and diverse and the classic triad of fever, anemia, and murmur is rare. Severe IE causes considerable morbidity and mortality and should be diagnosed early. However, echocardiogram is essential but not readily available in the ED and can cause diagnostic delay.This case describes severe IE and its (...) unique presentation, diagnostic challenges, and the use of bedside cardiac ultrasonography. A 28-year-old previously healthy male presented with intermittent fevers, arthralgias, and myalgias for 2 weeks. He had twice been evaluated and diagnosed with lumbar back pain. Physical examination revealed moderate respiratory distress, pale skin with a cyanotic right lower extremity, and unequal extremity pulses. He became hypotensive and rapidly deteriorated. Chest x-ray study showed bilateral pulmonary

2015 Journal of Emergency Medicine

178. Ultrasound-Guided Diagnosis of Femoral Osteomyelitis and Abscess. (Abstract)

Ultrasound-Guided Diagnosis of Femoral Osteomyelitis and Abscess. Skin and soft tissue infections are common disease presentations to the pediatric emergency department, and rapid and accurate identification of potentially serious skin and soft tissue infections is critical. In cases of atraumatic musculoskeletal pain with systemic complaints, a bacterial etiology must be ruled out. Point-of-care ultrasonography is increasingly common in the pediatric emergency department and assists in rapid

2015 Pediatric Emergency Care

179. Comparison of Loop Drainage Versus Incision and Drainage for Abscesses in Children

: Scientific, Education and Research Foundation of UTSW Austin Information provided by (Responsible Party): Seton Healthcare Family Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: The purpose of this study is to compare abscess drainage utilizing the vessel loop technique in children to the standard incision and drainage technique with the endpoint to determine if rates of treatment failure are non-inferior. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Abscess of Skin and/or Subcutaneous Tissue (...) Procedure: Vessel Loop Drainage Procedure: Incision and Drainage Not Applicable Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Interventional (Clinical Trial) Actual Enrollment : 81 participants Allocation: Randomized Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment Masking: None (Open Label) Primary Purpose: Treatment Official Title: A Randomized Comparison Study of Minimally Invasive Loop Drainage Versus Standard Incision and Drainage for Skin Abscesses in Children Study Start Date

2015 Clinical Trials

180. Trial of Abscess Drainage Techniques

: Comparing the outcome of traditional incision and drainage with a larger skin incision with or without gauze packing of cutaneous abscess in pediatrics versus a new minimally invasive incision and drainage with two small incisions and a vessel loop transversing the incisions to keep them open. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Cutaneous Abscess Device: vessel loop Other: traditional I&D with or without packing Not Applicable Detailed Description: This prospective randomized single blind (...) clinical trial will be conducted in a suburban pediatric emergency department that treats approximately 29,000 patients per year. Patients between 0-17 years with a superficial skin or soft tissue abscess larger than 3 cm that would be appropriate for ED I&D and outpatient management will be screened for inclusion. Patients will be excluded if they are immunocompromised (taking chemotherapy, steroid or bioactive medications or having diabetes mellitus), require a subspecialist for drainage or require

2015 Clinical Trials

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