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Research & Reviews 81 results
BMC Infectious Diseases; Jiménez-García N, Fernández Sánchez F et. al.
Jan 25th, 2023 - Nannizziopsis is a genus of fungi with several known cases in reptiles of pyogranulomatous infections at cutaneous and musculoskeletal level, of rapid and fatal evolution. There are few cases of this genus described in humans, mainly skin affectio...
The British Journal of Radiology; Rashid T, Sae-Kho TM et. al.
Jan 19th, 2023 - Infectious diseases of the breast can demonstrate a wide variety of clinical presentations and imaging appearances. Breast abscesses are often a complication of infectious mastitis of the breast. Puerperal mastitis is the most common cause of brea...
Arthritis & Rheumatology (Hoboken, N.J.); Buttgereit F, Aelion J et. al.
Dec 14th, 2022 - To assess the efficacy and safety of ABBV-3373, a novel antibody drug conjugate (ADC) composed of the anti-tumor necrosis factor (TNF) monoclonal antibody adalimumab linked to a glucocorticoid receptor modulator (GRM), versus adalimumab in patient...
BMC Surgery; Lou L, Ma W et. al.
Nov 20th, 2022 - Optimal treatment of breast abscesses has been controversial. Herein, we report an innovative method for the operative treatment of lactational mammary abscesses. Nineteen lactating patients diagnosed with breast abscesses were enrolled in the stu...
Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine; Kotwani E, Aphale P et. al.
Nov 10th, 2022 - Breast abscess is the most common complication of acute bacterial mastitis usually referred to as pyogenic mastitis. It is usually encountered during lactation due to an infection with Staphylococcus aureus and streptococcal bacteria. These bacter...
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Clinicaltrials.gov 2 results
Jun 30th, 2021 - Several breast diseases can complicate breastfeeding : 4% of women develop a mastitis and 1% develop an abscess. The study deals with cases of breast abscess that have been treated according to a defined protocol (Parisian Perinatal Health Network...
Apr 1st, 2015 - Several pathological lesions and physiological changes can cause spot in the breast to show higher temperature than it should be. The causes can be: [I] Physiological: During menarch, puberty, menstruation, lactation and after sexual Intercourse. ...
News 6 results
The Journal of Family Practice;
Jan 9th, 2015 - The FP diagnosed mastitis with a probable abscess in this patient. Mastitis is seen in up to 3% of lactating women.
Jonathan M. Olson, MD, Jay C. Vary Jr, MD, PhD
Dec 9th, 2013 - Cutaneous infections with Actinomyces neuii are rare and usually are secondary to trauma or another antecedent cutaneous infection. We present a case of a 73-year-old man with a primary breast abscess from A neuii mimicking an epidermoid cyst that.
Abstract and Introduction Abstract Despite tremendous efforts placed on advances in diagnosis and treatment of the spectrum of breast disease, the impact of systemic diseases on the breast has remained under recognized. Distinction between a varie...
Abstract and Introduction Inflammation of the breast (mastitis) with or without infection or redness has a variety of etiologies and presentations that range from the fairly benign blocked duct to the more serious breast abscess. True infectious m...
Discussion Lactational breast abscess is an accumulation of pus in an area of the breast and frequently develops as a result of inadequately treated infectious mastitis. Between 5% and 11% of lactating women with infectious mastitis will develo...