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CT Findings of Peri–Prosthetic Osteolysis of the Hip ...

the peripheral rim or medial wall of the acetabulum Cavitary defect = destruction of volume of bone à without interruption of peripheral rim or perforation

Factors Related to Response to Intermittent Treatment of ...

cavitary disease group (93% with bronchiectasis) differed significantly on a variety of factors at baseline (Table 1). Participants with non-cavitary disease tended to be older on average (68

TUBERCULOSIS SURVEILLANCE SUMMARY RECORD

... Size: _____ mm Was Therapy Recommended: □ Yes □ No RN Signature: RN Signature: Date Size/mm RN Signature Date Size/mm RN Signature X-RAY Date: _____/_____/_____ Result: □ Normal □ Abnormal - If Abnormal: □ Cavitary □ Non-Cavitary □ Stable ...

C A S E R E P O R T S

Computed tomography showed bilateral multiple round (black arrow) and cavitary nodules (white arrow) in peripheral portions of both lungs and, pleural effusion (plus sign) in the right lung.

infections. respiratory mycotic Epidemiological aspects of ...

argued that the chronic cavitary histoplasmosis represents exogenous reinfection. This is based on the observation of old calcified lesions in persons harboring H. capsulatum in younger

Tuberculosis in HIV-infected children: challenges in ...

Challenges of TB in the HIV-infected child •Epidemiology: Common, but incidence uncertain •Clinical manifestations: Rarely cavitary, often disseminated •Diagnosis: Difficult-need to overtreat •Treatment: Need to start HAART, but difficult drug interactions •Disease control:-HIV ...

San Bernardino County Department of Public Health ...

The most suspicious CXRs would show cavitary lesions in the upper lobes, but TB can also present as infiltrates or consolidation in the upper or lower lobe, as a pleural effusion, etc. Immunocompromised patients and children tend to have the least "typical" findings.

TORSIONAL STABILITY OF UNCEMENTED REVISION HIP STEMS

After completion of the testing for the segmental defects, the implants were atraumatically removed, and the metaphyseal bone removed from the proximal femur to simulate a segmental cavitary type defect.

Total Hip Arthroplasty in Patients with Bone Deficiency of ...

When interpreting the examination results, we evaluate for cavitary defects at the acetabular roof and the anterior, medial, and posterior walls; segmental defects at the acetabular rim; lysis of the medial wall or posterior ischial wall; liner wear with resultant eccentric location of the femoral ...

Could Candida dubliniensis be involved in lung fungal balls?

High resolution computerized tomography shows cavitated nodular lesion at the lower lobe of the right lung of the patient. Figure 2. Chest X Ray reveals a cavitary image located on the paracardiac region on the right lung base.