ALLMedicine™ Hand Infections Center
Research & Reviews 59 results
Dermatology Online Journal; Miller AC, Jr AS et. al.
Feb 23rd, 2023 - Herpes simplex virus (HSV) is one of the most prevalent infections worldwide. It consists of two types: HSV1 and HSV2 that primarily cause orofacial and genital disease. However, both types can infect any site. Rarely, HSV infection of the hand oc...
Hand Surgery & Rehabilitation; Iorizzo M, Pasch MC
Nov 26th, 2022 - The nail unit is the most commonly affected area in hand infections, which can be primary infection or superinfection complicating other nail or skin disorders. Trauma, mechanical or chemical, is usually the trigger enabling infiltration of infect...
Orthopaedics & Traumatology, Surgery & Research : OTSR; Pirbakas P, Gabriel C et. al.
May 15th, 2022 - The COVID-19 pandemic in France has recently modified the patients' lifestyles, as well as methods of medical and surgical management. This could explain subsequent changes to the microbiological spectrum, the severity, as well as the scalability ...
International Journal of Infectious Diseases : IJID : Off... Kuah T, Al Moslem FS et. al.
Apr 25th, 2022 - Parona space collection: A serious complication of hand infections.|2022|Kuah T,Al Moslem FS,Banjar MA,Hallinan JTPD,|
Hand Surgery & Rehabilitation; Ederer IA, Schreiner J et. al.
Mar 16th, 2022 - Considering the rising prevalence of antimicrobial resistance and the lack of recommendations on antibiotic treatment, the present study evaluated the necessity of local and systemic antibiotic therapy in addition to surgical debridement in superf...
Clinicaltrials.gov 1 results
Sep 7th, 2011 - Three patient groups with simple hand infections are tested regarding the necessity of antibiotics after surgical treatment.
News 2 results
MDedge Family Medicine;
Jan 28th, 2020 - What you’ll see. Clinical signs and symptoms include pain in the pulp of the finger with tenderness and swelling.
MDedge Family Medicine; Carlos A. Arango, MD
Jan 28th, 2020 - Hand infections, if not treated properly, can cause severe chronic morbidity. The conditions I review here range from superficial to deep seated: herpetic whitlow located in the epidermis; felon in subcutaneous tissue; pyogenic flexor tenosynoviti.