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Tuberculous and Brucellar Spondylodiscitis: Comparative Analysis of Clinical, Laboratory, and Radiological Features

Hammami F, Koubaa M, Feki W, Chakroun A, Rekik K, Smaoui F, Marrakchi C, Mnif Z, Jemaa MB

Study Design: This was a retrospective study. Purpose: The aim was to compare the clinical, laboratory, radiological, and evolutionary features of tuberculous spondylodiscitis (TS) and brucellar spondylodiscitis (BS). Overview of Literature: Clinical...
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Is It Appropriate to Insert Pedicle Screws at an Infected Vertebral Body in the Treatment of Lumbar Pyogenic Spondylodiscitis?

Na HY, Jung YH, Lee JY, Kim HD

Purpose: In the surgical treatment of pyogenic lumbar spondylodiscitis, screw insertion at the affected vertebra has been avoided because of biofilm formation, and the risk of infection recurrence. The authors...
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Full Endoscopic Removal of Cervical Spinal Epidural Abscess: Case Report and Technical Note

Chang KS, Sun LW, Cheng CY, Chang SW, Chen CM

Spinal epidural abscess is a rare disease that is less likely to occur in the cervical region. When it occurs here, cervical spondylodiscitis can develop. Surgical treatment is recommended because...
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Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes of Patients with Culture-Negative Pyogenic Spondylitis according to Empiric Glycopeptide Use

Lee YD, Jeon YH, Kim YH, Ha KY, Hur JW, Ryu KS, Kim JS, Kim YJ

BACKGROUND: The optimal choice of antibiotics is challenging in culture-negative pyogenic spondylitis (PS). The empiric use of glycopeptides is suggested depending on various risk factors, although clinical data are sparse....
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Treatment Strategy and Outcomes in Patients with Hematogenous Culture-Negative Pyogenic Vertebral Osteomyelitis

Mohamad G, Amritanand R, David KS, Krishnan V, Arockiaraj J

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective case series. PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to analyze functional and radiological outcomes in patients with culture-negative pyogenic vertebral osteomyelitis (PVO). OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: There were only...
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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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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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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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Surgical Usage of a Cortical Bone Trajectory Pedicle Screw to Treat Lumbar Pyogenic Spondylodiscitis: Preliminary Report

Kim YY, Park C, Rhyu KW

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective clinical study. OBJECTIVES: To assess the efficacy of a cortical bone trajectory pedicle screw (CBT-PS) for the treatment of lumbar pyogenic spondylodiscitis. SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW: Pedicle screws were...
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings of Early Spondylodiscitis: Interpretive Challenges and Atypical Findings

Yeom JA, Lee IS, Suh HB, Song YS, Song JW

MR findings of early infectious spondylodiscitis are non-specific and may be confused with those of other conditions. Therefore, it is important to recognize early MR signs of conditions, such as...
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A Lethal Sequelae of Spinal Infection Complicating Surgery and Radiotherapy for Head and Neck Cancer

Cheung JP, Mak KC, Tsang HH, Luk KD

Patients who have undergone neck dissection and radiotherapy are at risk of cervical spine infections. Furthermore, previous radiotherapy and cervical spine infections can lead to fistula formation to the subarachnoid...
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A Case of Polymicrobial Fungal and Bacterial Spondylodiscitis

Cho MO, Song YG, Lee SH, Jo SH, Choi AR, Eun NL, Jin SJ

A 66-year-old female who had undergone surgery for a herniated disc at the L5-S1 level at another hospital 3 months earlier was admitted with persistent back and leg pain. She...
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Surgical Treatment in Patients with Cervical Osteomyelitis: Single Institute's Experiences

Hahn BS, Kim KH, Kuh SU, Park JY, Chin DK, Kim KS, Cho YE

OBJECTIVE: To study practical guidelines and strategies in the treatment of cervical osteomyelitis. METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed 14 patients who underwent surgical treatment for cervical osteomyelitis from May 2000 to July...
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Spinal Epidural Abscess and Psoas Abscess Combined with Pyogenic Spondylodiscitis Following Vertebroplasty: A Case Report

Park JS, Kim DH, Kang BJ, Jeong ST

STUDY DESIGN: Case report. OBJECTIVES: To report a case of extensive spinal epidural abscess and bilateral psoas abscesses combined with pyogenic spondylodiscitis after a L3 vertebroplasty. SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW: Infection after...
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Integration of PET/CT in Current Diagnostic and Response Evaluation Methods in Patients with Tuberculosis

Ozmen O, Gokcek A, Tatci E, Biner I, Akkalyoncu B

  • KMID: 2139221
  • Nucl Med Mol Imaging.
  • 2014 Mar;48(1):75-78.
Tuberculosis is a systemic disease that still affects many people. While pleural involvement is frequently observed in extrapulmonary tuberculosis, multiple skeletal system and articular involvements are quite rare. FDG PET...
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Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion for the Treatment of Postoperative Spondylodiscitis

Kim SH, Kang MS, Chin DK, Kim KS, Cho YE, Kuh SU

OBJECTIVE: To analyze the clinical courses and outcomes after anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF) for the treatment of postoperative spondylodiscitis. METHODS: A total of 13 consecutive patients with postoperative spondylodiscitis treated...
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Spondylodiscitis after Cervical Nucleoplasty without Any Abnormal Laboratory Findings

Lee SJ, Choi EJ, Nahm FS

Infective spondylodiscitis is a rare complication that can occur after interventional spinal procedures, of which symptoms are usually back pain and fever. Early diagnosis of infective spondylodiscitis is critical to...
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Transpedicular Curettage and Drainage of Infective Lumbar Spondylodiscitis: Technique and Clinical Results

Lee BH, Lee HM, Kim TH, Kim HS, Moon ES, Park JO, Chong HS, Moon SH

BACKGROUND: Infective spondylodiscitis usually occurs in patients of older age, immunocompromisation, co-morbidity, and individuals suffering from an overall poor general condition unable to undergo reconstructive anterior and posterior surgeries. Therefore,...
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Surgical Management of Cervical Spinal Epidural Abscess Caused by Brucella Melitensis : Report of Two Cases and Review of the Literature

Ekici MA, Ozbek Z, Gokoglu A, Menku A

Spinal epidural abscess, if especially caused by Brucellosis is a very rare disease which is usually a consequence of spondylodiscitis. The spinal column can be affected at any joint; however,...
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Meningitis Caused by Streptococcus suis: Case Report and Review of the Literature

Choi SM, Cho BH, Choi KH, Nam TS, Kim JT, Park MS, Kim BC, Kim MK, Cho KH

BACKGROUND: Human infection with Streptococcus suis (S. suis), a zoonotic pathogen, has been reported mainly in pig-rearing and pork-consuming countries. Meningitis is the most-common clinical manifestation and is often associated...
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