secondary to bites, scratches, or licking were the most prevalent type during the study period (n = 114, 70.4%).
In persistent localized infection
, pathologic findings may also include lymphocytic infiltration and foci of spotty necrosis .
The operative site was classified as infected if there were any signs and symptoms of purulent discharge from the surgical site and evidence of localized infection
within three weeks in the postsurgical period.
The weakened immune system makes the rapid progression of localized infection
a significant concern to the healthcare team, and swift recognition and work up are crucial to preventing intracranial complications.
While antifungal therapy is essential for IPA, often there is reduced lung tissue penetration, particularly notable with ITR, and residual lesions are often present.[sup] Surgeries can potentially eradicate localized infection
and simultaneously provide both a definitive diagnosis of IPA.
Purulent pericarditis is defined as a localized infection
of the pericardial space characterized by gross pus in the pericardium or microscopic purulence (>20 leukocytes per oil immersion field and/or growth of bacteria in the pericardial fluid culture) .
Another possible explanation for the higher number of spinal or paraspinal infections could be that the vials of MPA shipped to Michigan had higher levels of contamination with fungus, predisposing patients to localized infection
or tissue reaction.
The health of the cow deteriorated rapidly and by late April 2011 the owner requested euthanasia due to the continued vaginal growth and localized infection
; a routine necropsy was performed soon after.
A.: A cold is a localized infection
, and the body responds to it differently than with a fever.
One child had a local reaction and the other developed a localized infection
On the day of admission, her vital signs were normal and she had no fever or clinical signs of localized infection
in her body.
The typical treatment duration required for a localized infection
is about 4 months, climbing to 6 months for more severe or disseminated infection.