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Evaluation of Challenges in Diagnosis of Spontaneous Subacute Pyogenic Spondylodiscitis in Immunocompetent Patients: Experiences from a Tertiary Care Center

Pandita N, Paul S, Yadav G, Kalia RB, Kandwal P

STUDY DESIGN: Prospective clinical study. PURPOSE: We evaluated the challenges faced during diagnosis and management of patients with subacute pyogenic discitis and discussed various clues in clinical history, radiologic and hematologic...
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Pyogenic Vertebral Column Osteomyelitis in Adults: Analysis of Risk Factors for 30-Day and 1-Year Mortality in a Single Center Cohort Study

Vettivel J, Bortz C, Passias PG, Baker JF

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective cohort study. PURPOSE: To describe our experience in the management and outcomes of vertebral column osteomyelitis (VCO), particularly focusing on the risk factors of early and late mortality. OVERVIEW...
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'Need of the Hour': Early Diagnosis and Management of Multidrug Resistant Tuberculosis of the Spine: An Analysis of 30 Patients from a “High Multidrug Resistant Tuberculosis Burden” Country

Arockiaraj J, Karthik R, Michael JS, Amritanand R, David KS, Krishnan V, Sundararaj GD

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: To report the prevalence of patients with multidrug-resistant (MDR) tubercular spondylodiscitis and their outcomes. Additionally, to assess the role of Xpert MTB/RIF assay in early detection...
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Early Detection and Analysis of Children with Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis of the Spine

Arockiaraj J, Robert M, Rose W, Amritanand R, David KS, Krishnan V

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective case series. PURPOSE: The aim of the study is to report the clinical characteristics, early diagnosis, management, and outcome of children with multidrug-resistant (MDR) tubercular spondylodiscitis and to...
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Late-Onset Candida Vertebral Osteomyelitis in Two Young Patients Who Underwent Heart Transplant Surgery

Kang MS, Son IS, Kim TH, Lee SH

Candida vertebral osteomyelitis (CVO) is a rare disease that is a complication of intravenous drug use, but recently it has been recognized as mostly an opportunistic infection. Because CVO appears...
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Just think about pyogenic spondylodiscitis before performing the epidural steroid injection for low back pain

Asakura Y

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Tophaceous Gout of the Lumbar Spine Mimicking Infectious Spondylodiscitis and Epidural Abscess

Jeong JS, Jeong HT, Lee IS, Woo YH

STUDY DESIGN: Case report OBJECTIVES: We report a case of surgically proven tophaceous gout of the lumbar spine at the L5-S1 level in a 43-year-old man that mimicked infectious spondylodiscitis and...
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Endoscopic Decompression Can Be Effective for Diagnosing and Treating Tubercular Spondylodiskitis with Early Epidural Spinal Compression: A Retrospective Study of 18 Cases

Pawar A, Manwani C, Thete R, Bapat M, Peshettiwar V, Gore S

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: In this study, we describe an endoscopic method of effectively treating tubercular lumbar spondylodiskitis with early onset epidural spinal cord compression in the lumbar spine on...
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Comparative Analysis of Spontaneous Infectious Spondylitis : Pyogenic versus Tuberculous

Lee Y, Kim BJ, Kim SH, Lee SH, Kim WH, Jin SW

OBJECTIVE: Spondylitis is often chemotherapy resistant and requires long-term treatment. Without adequate chemotherapy, the outcome can be fatal or result in severe neurologic damage. Therefore, differentiating the etiology of spondylitis...
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Serratia marcescens Spinal Epidural Abscess Following Caudal Epidural Injection

Yu CE, Choi BY, Kim KT, Park YC

Spinal infection due to Serratia marcescens is very rare. A 78-year-old male patient withoutany risk factor was admitted to our hospital with chief complaints of severe back pain, fever, weakness...
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Infectious Spondylodiscitis Accompanied by Widespread Thoracolumbar Subdural Abscess

Jeong YH, Lee YS, Park SJ

Subdural abscess is relatively rare compared with epidural abscess, but it can rapidly progress to complete paraplegia with a poorer outcome. In particular, the occurrence of widespread subdural abscess is...
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging Patterns of Post-Operative Spinal Infection: Relationship between the Clinical Onset of Infection and the Infection Site

Kim SJ, Lee SH, Chung HW, Lee MH, Shin MJ, Park SW

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings and the patterns of postoperative spinal infection according to the passage of time. METHODS: Institutional review board approval was obtained, and informed...
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Delayed Spondylodiscitis Presenting as a Skip Lesion

Kim DM, Kim SW

Spondylodiscitis is believed to be caused by an infection that affects vertebral bodies and the intervening intervertebral disc. Usually, typical spondylodiscitis involves a mobile vertebra-disc-vertebra unit, and in most cases,...
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Thermal-Induced Osteonecrosis of Adjacent Vertebra after Intradiscal Electrothermal Therapy

Kim S, Lee SH, Kim ES, Eoh W

A 42-year-old man was admitted to our hospital with complaints of low back pain and intermittent right thigh pain. Twelve weeks before admission, the patient received intradiscal electrothermal therapy (IDET)...
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Infectious Spondylodiscitis by Uncommon Pathogens: A Pitfall of Empirical Antibiotics

Yu SH, Kim DH, Kim HS, Nam KH, Choi BK, Han IH

OBJECTIVE: The goal of this study is to evaluate the prevalence of spondylodiscitis (SD) caused by uncommon pathogens and review the efficacy of the treatment strategy including the coverage by...
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Comparison of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings between Pathologically Proven Cases of Atypical Tubercular Spine and Tumour Metastasis: A Retrospective Study in 40 Patients

Mittal S, Khalid M, Sabir AB, Khalid S

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: To note the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) differences between pathologically proven cases of atypical spinal tuberculosis and spinal metastasis in 40 cases. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Spinal tuberculosis,...
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Impact on Neurological Recovery of Transforaminal Debridement and Interbody Fusion versus Transpedicular Decompression in Combination with Pedicle Screw Instrumentation for Treating Thoracic and Lumbar Spinal Tuberculosis

Sudprasert W, Choovongkomol K, Piyapromdee U, Leownorasate M

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: To compare the neurological outcome of transforaminal debridement and interbody fusion with transpedicular decompression for treatment of thoracic and lumbar spinal tuberculosis. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Few articles...
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Posterior Titanium Screw Fixation without Debridement of Infected Tissue for the Treatment of Thoracolumbar Spontaneous Pyogenic Spondylodiscitis

Dobran M, Iacoangeli M, Nasi D, Nocchi N, Di Rienzo , di Somma L, Colasanti , Vaira C, Benigni R, Liverotti , Scerrati M

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: The aim of our study was to analyze the safety and effectiveness of posterior pedicle screw fixation for treatment of pyogenic spondylodiscitis (PSD) without formal debridement...
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Author Response: Management of Postoperative discitis

Rengarajan S, Krishnaswamy L

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Letter to the Editor: Management of Postoperative Discitis

Gokcen HB, Erdogan S, Ozturk C

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