Osteomyelitis. Osteomyelitis. Hematogene verspreiding Verspreiding per continuitatum vanuit wekedelen of gewrichten Directe inoculatie t.g.v. trauma of chirurgie. Classificaties. Waldvogel , 1971 Classification based on pathogenesis Hematogenous Contiguous focus of infection
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Mandell, Douglas and Bennett’s, Principles and practice of infectious diseases, seventh edition
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Figure 1. Plain film radiograph of spinal discitis / osteomyelitis. Lateral view of the lumbar spine demonstrates L 3-4 disc space narrowing (arrow) and end-plate irregularity.
Figure 2. MRI of lumbar spine discitis/osteomyelitis. A. Sagittal T1-weighted images of the lumbar spine in the same patient as figure 1 demonstrate T1-hypointense signal (solid arrows) centered around the L3-4 interspace. B. Post gadolinium sagittal fat-suppressed T1-weighted images shows marrow (dashed arrows) and disc enhancement with endplate erosions.
An 11-y-old boy with history of X-linked chronic granulomatous disease who underwent 18F-FDG PET/CT as part of his work-up. Coronal PET image demonstrates several areas of osteomyelitis (both feet and distal right femur) (O), several soft-tissue sites of inflammation (left forearm, left femur, and both shins) (I), pneumonia (P), and paratracheal and hilar adenopathy (A).
FDG = Fluorine 18 fluorodeoxyglucose
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