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pelvic thrombophlebitis

Margarita V Revzin, Mahan Mathur, Haatal B Dave, Matthew L Macer, Michael Spektor
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a common medical problem, with almost 1 million cases diagnosed annually. Historically, PID has been a clinical diagnosis supplemented with the findings from ultrasonography (US) or magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. However, the diagnosis of PID can be challenging because the clinical manifestations may mimic those of other pelvic and abdominal processes. Given the nonspecific clinical manifestations, computed tomography (CT) is commonly the first imaging examination performed...
September 2016: Radiographics: a Review Publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc
E Marsaudon, C Legal, D Gayoux, O Weber
INTRODUCTION: Mondor's disease is a rare superficial thrombophlebitis, historically involving the thoracic venous system of women. However, it can occur in both gender and all over the skin. CASE REPORT: We report a 40-year-old man with type one diabetes who presented with a thrombosis of the superficial dorsal vein of the penis that he treated as a fungal infection. Treatment with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and low molecular weight heparin contributed to a favorable outcome in 2 weeks...
September 2016: La Revue de Médecine Interne
Umut Hasan Kantarcı, Alper Dirik, Yasemin Erdem Öztürk, İlker Kiriş, Mahmut Duymuş
BACKGROUND: Penile involvement is a rare, self-limiting, benign genital condition. In Mondor's disease the underlying pathology is thrombophlebitis of a superficial vein. CASE REPORT: In this case report, we want to present a rare Penile Mondor's disease with literature review. CONCLUSIONS: While the diagnosis can be based on history, physical examination and Doppler ultrasound, the necessity of both MRI, MR angiography and intracavernosal vasoactive agent administration can be questioned...
2016: Polish Journal of Radiology
I Trifonov, J Uzunova, T Gavrilova
Ovarian vein thrombosis (OVT) is a rare, but serious condition that affects mostly postpartum women but may also be associated with pelvic inflammatory disease, malignancies and pelvic surgical procedures. Concerning ovarian vein thrombosis in earlier stages of pregnancy there are only very few case reports. The authors consider this rare but potentially deadly disease and describe the clinical case study.
2014: Akusherstvo i Ginekologii︠a︡
Camran Nezhat, Jillian Main, Chandhana Paka, Rose Soliemannjad, M Ali Parsa
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: It has been shown that major gynecologic laparoscopy is safe in hospital ambulatory settings, but there is little data to suggest the same in freestanding ambulatory surgery centers. This study evaluates the safety and efficacy of advanced gynecologic laparoscopic surgery using a fast-track model in freestanding ambulatory surgery centers and discusses our institution protocols. METHODS: Retrospective, multicenter review was conducted of major gynecologic surgeries from August 1st 2010 to September 30th 2011 in 3 surgical centers with one primary surgeon...
July 2014: JSLS: Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons
Sherelle L Laifer-Narin, Ellie Kwak, Hyonah Kim, Elizabeth M Hecht, Jeffrey H Newhouse
Postpartum and posttermination complications are common causes of morbidity and mortality in women of reproductive age. These complications can be broadly categorized into vascular, infectious, surgical, and neoplastic etiologies, or are due to ectopic implantation of placental or endometrial tissue. Causes of postpartum vascular complications include retained products of conception, arteriovenous malformation, and pseudoaneurysm. Infectious entities include endometritis, abscess, wound cellulitis, and pelvic septic thrombophlebitis...
November 2014: Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology
Verena Limperger, Ulrich C Klostermeier, Gili Kenet, Susanne Holzhauer, Martine Alhenc Gelas, Ulrich Finckh, Ralf Junker, Christine Heller, Barbara Zieger, Karin Kurnik, Ralf Knöfler, Rolf Mesters, Susan Halimeh, Ulrike Nowak-Göttl
Venous thromboembolism [TE] is a multifactorial disease and protein C deficiency [PCD] constitutes a major risk factor. In the present study the prevalence of PCD and the clinical presentation at TE onset, including neonatal purpura fulminans, in a cohort of children are reported. In 367 unselected children (0·1-19 years) recruited between July 1996 and December 2013, a comprehensive thrombophilia screening was performed along with recording of anamnestic data. Twenty-five of 338 children (7·4%) had PCD. Mean age at first TE onset was 10 years (range 0·1-18)...
November 2014: British Journal of Haematology
F-P Pfabe
Unilateral leg swelling is most frequently the result of venous hypertension based on deep vein thrombosis. The suspicion of a pelvic vein thrombosis requires direct thrombus detection and exclusion of the spectrum of differential diagnoses, especially after pelvic surgery. In this paper we report a case of unilateral leg swelling with complex arteriovenous vascular pathology after minimally invasive disc surgery. The differential diagnosis and interventional therapy are discussed.
May 2014: Der Internist
C Lamy, S Zuily, E Perdriolle, E Gauchotte, S Villeroy-de-Galhau, M-O Delaporte, D Wahl, O Morel, P Judlin
Post-partum endometritis are frequent and account for the fifth cause of maternal death. This disease is preventable and effective treatments are available. Streptococcus agalactiae is the primary pathogen implicated. The clinical diagnosis is usually easy and involves pelvic pain, fever and abnormal lochia. Whenever antibiotic treatment provides no clinical improvement, or in case of doubt on the vacuity of the uterus, an ultrasound exam must be performed. Likewise, a CT scan or a MRI will be performed in case of persistent fever in search of a pelvic abscess requiring a drainage, or of a pelvic thrombophlebitis...
December 2012: Journal de Gynécologie, Obstétrique et Biologie de la Reproduction
C Lamy, C Mezan de Malartic, E Perdriolle, E Gauchotte, S Villeroy-de-Galhau, M-O Delaporte, O Morel, P Judlin
In countries where induced abortions are legal and medically supervised, the frequency of post-abortion infections is low and maternal death is infrequent. Nevertheless, short and long term consequences of post-abortion infections must be addressed. Sexually transmitted pathogens are frequently in cause here. Risk factors include in particular young age (less than 24 years), low socioeconomic level, late pregnancy, nulliparity, and history of previous untreated pelvic inflammatory disease. Diagnosis is based on clinical criteria and an inflammatory syndrome occurring within 2 to 3 weeks after spontaneous or induced abortion...
December 2012: Journal de Gynécologie, Obstétrique et Biologie de la Reproduction
Oluwatosin Jaiyeoba
Postoperative infection is the most commonly seen complication of surgery in obstetrics and gynecology. The use of antibiotic prophylaxis has greatly decreased though not completely eliminated this adverse outcome. Postoperative infections include wound cellulitis, wound abscess, endomyometritis, pelvic cellulitis, and pelvic abscess. Infections usually manifest as fever and greater than normal postoperative pain. Refractory fevers maybe because of septic pelvic vein thrombophlebitis or maybe noninfectious in origin...
December 2012: Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology
Shuchi K Rodgers, Cheryl L Kirby, Ryan J Smith, Mindy M Horrow
Cesarean delivery is a commonly performed operation and accounts for nearly one-third of all births in the United States. Although it is a safe procedure, cesarean delivery has a variety of acute and chronic complications that prompt imaging with ultrasonography (US), computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging. Acute complications include hematomas in specific locations that are unique to the procedure, as well as a variety of infections. A bladder flap hematoma occurs in the space between the bladder and the lower uterine segment, whereas a subfascial hematoma is an extraperitoneal collection located in the prevesical space posterior to the rectus muscles and anterior to the peritoneum...
October 2012: Radiographics: a Review Publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc
Massimo Tonolini, Roberto Bianco
Septic thrombophlebitis of the pelvic veins may occur secondary to non-sterile intravenous drug injection and represents an uncommon yet life-threatening condition, most usually manifesting with persistent spiking fever and limb edema. Risk is further increased in HIV-infected people. High clinical suspicion and prompt imaging assessment with contrast-enhanced multidetector CT are necessary for correct diagnosis and staging, since early treatment prevents further complications such as systemic embolization.
July 2012: Journal of Emergencies, Trauma, and Shock
Agustina Sosa Beláustegui, Santiago Flagel, Eveling A Soraide, Glenda Guzmán, Beatriz Perazzi, Angela Famiglietti
Septic pulmonary embolism is a serious and rare illness characterized by pulmonary infiltrates associated with an extrapulmonary infectious focus. It is mainly related to right-sided endocarditis, pelvic thrombophlebitis, vascular access and less frequently to deep infections such as osteomyelitis, septic arthritis and pyomyositis. The community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is an emerging pathogen with high virulence and rapid spread involving subjects without previous related diseases or known risk factors...
2012: Medicina
Keyanoosh Hosseinzadeh, Matthew T Heller, Golbahar Houshmand
The female perineum is a diamond-shaped structure inferior to the pelvic diaphragm and between the symphysis pubis and coccyx. The perineum is divided into the anterior urogenital triangle and the posterior anal triangle; the vulva represents the external genitalia. A wide array of diseases affect the female perineum in adults. Vulvar trauma, infection (including Fournier gangrene), developmental lesions, and thrombophlebitis can be investigated with various imaging modalities; vulvar malignancies are best imaged with magnetic resonance (MR) imaging to identify local-regional extent of disease...
July 2012: Radiographics: a Review Publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc
Mahesh Gajendran, Thiruvengadam Muniraj, Mohamed Yassin
INTRODUCTION: Pylephlebitis is defined as septic thrombophlebitis of the portal venous system, usually secondary to infection or inflammation in the abdomen. In the current report, we present a case of pylephlebitis that complicated the course of a very common pathology, diverticulitis. CASE PRESENTATION: A 62-year-old Caucasian woman with a history of sigmoid diverticulitis presented to our facility with a three-week history of abdominal pain, fevers, chills, loss of appetite and fatigue...
2011: Journal of Medical Case Reports
L Barbera, H-W Fiedler, M Krauss
BACKGROUND: The treatment of congenital, vascular malformations is a challenge for physicians and patients. Although different therapeutic options have been described to date, their individual relevance has still to be defined. Â METHODS: We performed a retrospective study of 61 patients with a venous malformation (VM, mean age 22  years), who were referred to our depart-ment during the last 5 years. The size of the VM was larger than 5  cm in 41 patients (66 %). The lower extremities were involved in 45  cases (73 %)...
October 2012: Zentralblatt Für Chirurgie
Bettina-Maria Taute, Hannes Melnyk, Hubert Podhaisky
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Unclear extremity complaints are common symptoms of inpatients. In a subset of these patients, a clinical suspicion of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) results; this needs to be quickly and definitively clarified by a vascular physician. The question arose of how often a clinical suspicion of DVT was confirmed in an inpatient population and which alternative diagnoses were able to be made by angiologists. PATIENTS AND METHODS: In a retrospective analysis, all inpatients in the Angiologic Vascular Diagnostics Center of the University Hospital Halle, Germany, examined in 2007 for a suspicion of DVT were evaluated with respect to the definitively made diagnosis...
September 2010: Medizinische Klinik
L Gaiani, R Bertelli, Massimo Palmonari, G Vicenzi
Total hip arthroplasty revision is increasingly becoming a common procedure, but the acetabular bone loss and the advanced age of the patients make revision procedures extremely complex and technically demanding. The aim of the present work is to examine the clinical and radiological results of the Burch-Schneider anti-protrusio cage (APC) implanted in revision hip arthroplasty with severe acetabular bone deficiency in elderly people. Between February 1994 and November 2005, a total of 60 revision operations of acetabular components were performed in 60 select patients (42 females and 18 males), using the Burch-Schneider APC...
May 2009: La Chirurgia Degli Organi di Movimento
A Mehran Mostafavifar, John Guilfoose, Arif R Sarwari
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
May 2009: West Virginia Medical Journal
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