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siembra hematogena

English translation: hematogenous seeding

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Spanish term or phrase:siembra hematogena
English translation:hematogenous seeding
Entered by: Valeria Escobar
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18:58 Jul 8, 2003
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Medical / Laparoscopic surgery
Spanish term or phrase: siembra hematogena
Los mecanismos de produccion de los abscesos (de psoas)primarios estan relacionados con la siembra hematogena de una lesion muscular previa.
Valeria Escobar
Local time: 06:50
hematogenous seeding
Explanation:
We prospectively evaluated 53 patients with prosthetic joints and 27 patients with other orthopedic prosthetic devices who developed Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia (SAB). After exclusion of patients with primary postoperative infections, the risk of a prosthesis becoming infected by means of **hematogenous seeding** after SAB was 34% (15 of 44 patients) for prosthetic joints and 7% (1 of 15 patients) for other orthopedic prostheses.


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Acute septic arthritis may develop as a result of **hematogenous seeding**, direct introduction, or extension from a contiguous focus of infection. The pathogenesis of acute septic arthritis...



Local muscle flaps in the treatment of chronic osteomyelitis.

Fitzgerald RH Jr, Ruttle PE, Arnold PG, Kelly PJ, Irons GB.

When large soft-tissue and osseous defects remain after debridement of a chronic osteomyelitic lesion, application of a local muscle flap can be an effective way to achieve wound closure. Utilizing this surgical technique and specific antimicrobial therapy for the causal microorganisms, the infectious process was eradicated in thirty-nine of forty-two patients with osteomyelitis who were followed for at least two years after treatment. The osteomyelitic process was post-traumatic in origin--that is, a complication of a fracture or its treatment--in twenty-eight patients, the result of soft-tissue trauma without a fracture in eight, a complication of elective surgery in three, and the result of **hematogenous seeding** in three patients.
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hematogenous seeding


Explanation:
We prospectively evaluated 53 patients with prosthetic joints and 27 patients with other orthopedic prosthetic devices who developed Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia (SAB). After exclusion of patients with primary postoperative infections, the risk of a prosthesis becoming infected by means of **hematogenous seeding** after SAB was 34% (15 of 44 patients) for prosthetic joints and 7% (1 of 15 patients) for other orthopedic prostheses.


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Note added at 2003-07-08 19:03:59 (GMT)
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Acute septic arthritis may develop as a result of **hematogenous seeding**, direct introduction, or extension from a contiguous focus of infection. The pathogenesis of acute septic arthritis...



Local muscle flaps in the treatment of chronic osteomyelitis.

Fitzgerald RH Jr, Ruttle PE, Arnold PG, Kelly PJ, Irons GB.

When large soft-tissue and osseous defects remain after debridement of a chronic osteomyelitic lesion, application of a local muscle flap can be an effective way to achieve wound closure. Utilizing this surgical technique and specific antimicrobial therapy for the causal microorganisms, the infectious process was eradicated in thirty-nine of forty-two patients with osteomyelitis who were followed for at least two years after treatment. The osteomyelitic process was post-traumatic in origin--that is, a complication of a fracture or its treatment--in twenty-eight patients, the result of soft-tissue trauma without a fracture in eight, a complication of elective surgery in three, and the result of **hematogenous seeding** in three patients.


    Reference: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&d...
xxxElena Sgarbo
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