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A complete alignment was carried out for each gene using sequences from three samples (Case I: liver abscess sample, Case II: blood culture sample, Case III: hepatic drainage sample) using Clustal W software.
Conclusion: Incision and drainage for peritonsillar abscess is a superior procedure over needle aspiration in terms of hospital stay and recurrence of abscess while later is superior in terms of frequency of severe post-operative pain.
The bacteria then move from the liver abscess and get into the lungs through the heart.
Complete resolution of abscess with recovery of preoperative neuro-deficit was seen in 77 (77%) patients and recovery with major neuro-deficit was observed in 10 (10%) cases while 13 (13%) patients expired.
After consultation to our clinic, the patient was hospitalized with the diagnosis of left COM, mastoiditis, and Bezold abscess and treated ambulatorily with broad-spectrum intravenous antibiotics (tazobactam-piperacillin, teicoplanin, and clindamycin).
In this case series, we retrospectively reviewed the medical records of five patients who had developed liver abscess after undergoing TACE in our department in 2012–2014, analyzed the causes of liver abscess, and summarized its management approach.
In view of these recent developments, a prospective clinical study was undertaken at the Gauhati Medical College and Hospital, Guwahati, under Srimanta Sankaradeva University of Health Sciences to analyse in-depth, regarding the different clinical behaviour of liver abscess in relation to age, sex, aetiologies, locations and diagnostic and management strategies of liver abscess.
The present study is an analytical review of 22 patients of peritonsillar abscess who presented to the SS Medical College and GM Hospital, Rewa from August 2012 to August 2013.
Abscess within the pituitary gland is a rare but life-threatening condition requiring early recognition and treatment to prevent high mortality rate.
An exaggerated delayed hypersensitivity reaction due to the cell mediated immune response results in liquefaction of old caseous nerve lesions leading to abscess formation.