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Hospital care pathway of women treated for Bartholin's gland abscess and budget impact analysis of outpatient management: a National Hospital Database Analysis.

Bartholin's gland abscesses cause severe pain and are a source of frequent emergency room visits. The most widespread treatment in France is incision-drainage during hospitalisation. A Word catheter, whose efficiency and safety would be identical, could be used without the need for hospitalisation, thus reducing the costs of Bartholin's gland abscess management.

Risk factors associated with recurrent referral to the emergency room following surgical treatment of Bartholin's gland abscess.

There is no consensus regarding the best surgical modality for the treatment of Bartholin's gland abscess. The aim of the study was to evaluate the risk factors associated with the recurrent referral of the emergency room (ER) following surgical treatment for a Bartholin's gland abscess. A retrospective cohort study was done. Clinical and microbiological characteristics were retrieved from the patients' hospital records. A univariate analysis was followed using multiple logistic regression model. During the...

Evaluation of treatments for Bartholin's cyst or abscess: A systematic review.

No consensus on the management of symptomatic cysts or abscesses of the Bartholin's gland exists.

A complicated case of recurrent Cowper's gland abscess.

A Caucasian man 64 years old was admitted to our department for fever, strangury, frequency and pain in the perineum secondary to the relapse of Cowper's gland abscess previously treated by antibiotic therapy and trans-perineal ultrasound-guided aspiration. At admission, the clinical parameters were suggestive of sepsis; moreover, the trans-perineal ultrasound detected an hypoechoic mass suspicious for the recurrence of Cowper's gland abscess. A suprapubic catheter was positioned and a targeted antibiotic t...

Comparison of needle aspiration versus incision and drainage under local anaesthesia for the initial treatment of peritonsillar abscess.

The treatment of peritonsillar abscess (PTA) is still controversial regarding the best method of drainage to perform. This study aims to compare effectiveness and safety of needle aspiration versus incision and drainage under local anaesthesia for the initial treatment of PTA.

Dacryoadenitis Caused by Blastomycosis: A Case Report.

This is the first case of histopathologically proven blastomycosis involving the lacrimal gland. A 51-year-old woman with a history of disseminated blastomycosis involving her lungs and skin, on oral itraconazole, presented with 3 days of right upper eyelid swelling, erythema, and pain concerning for recurrent dacryoadenitis. MRI showed enlargement of the right lacrimal gland with a cystic lesion at the anterior aspect of the gland with a radiographic differential diagnosis of abscess versus cyst. After no ...

Drainless Resection of the Submandibular Gland with Facial Vessel Preservation: A Comparative Study.

Resection of the submandibular gland (SMG) is a common surgery and many surgeons leave a drainage system in the surgical field. However, surgical drain may increase risk of complication and related prolonged hospitalization time. The purpose of this study was to investigate the safety of SMG resection without any surgical drainage system.

Incisive dental implant migration into the nasal septum.

We report the clinical case of a female patient who presented to our emergency department due to a septal abscess caused by the displacement of a dental implant into the nasal septum. The patient underwent surgical treatment for endoscopic foreign body excision and septal abscess drainage. Despite the presence of septal cartilage destruction, the L-shaped structure was preserved and no reconstruction was required. Postoperative healing was uneventful.

Perianal Abscess in Infants: Amenable to Conservative Treatment in Selected Cases.

Perianal abscess is a common surgical condition in the daily pediatric practice. Management is a subject of controversy and variety of approaches are practiced. While the most frequent approach is drainage with/without fistulotomy, the superiority of this approach and the place of conservative approach has not been established. The aim of this study was to evaluate outcomes of conservative approach of selected cases of perianal abscesses in infants.

Abscess formation following hydrogel spacer for prostate cancer radiotherapy: a rare complication.

Periprostatic abscess is a rare complication of hydrogel spacers in radiotherapy for prostate cancer. We present the case of a 61-year-old man who developed this condition. Abdominopelvis CT scan revealed a 54×35×75 mm collection in the location of the SpaceOAR, for which ultrasound-guided transperineal percutaneous drainage of the periprostatic abscess was performed. The patient remains well with serial CT scans showing near resolution of the collection.

Endoscopic transplanum drainage of epidural abscess in a pediatric patient.

Mine Drainage: Treatment Technologies and Rare Earth Elements.

The recent research and development on mine drainage published in 2018 was summarized in this annual review. In particular, this review was focused on two main aspects of mine drainage: 1) advances in treatment technologies, and 2) rare earth elements in mine drainage and its recovery. The first section covers passive treatment technologies and active treatment options, including physiochemical treatment and biological treatment. The second section includes the characterization of rare earth elements in min...

Neonatal suppurative parotitis.

Neonatal suppurative parotitis is a rare condition characterized by swelling, pain and erythema over the parotid gland. There may be a purulent exsudate from the Stensen duct. The predominant etiology is Staphylococcus aureus but cases with gram negative bacteria and streptococci have been reported. Most cases are managed conservatively with intravenous antibiotic therapy, and early treatment reduces risks of complications like sepsis and intraglandular abscess. We report two cases of neonatal suppurative p...

Endoscopic ultrasound-guided drainage of an abdominal abscess using a lumen-apposing metal stent.

A tubo-ovarian abscess mimicking an appendiceal abscess: a rare presentation of Streptococcus agalactiae.

A tubo-ovarian abscess (TOA) is a relatively rare medical complication that results from an untreated/unrecognized ascending pelvic infection of the female genital tract. In a right-sided TOA, this clinical entity may mimic appendicitis on computed tomography (CT). In addition, both disease processes can present with pelvic pain, leukocytosis and fever. We present the case of a 47-year-old female with mid right-sided abdominal pain that was diagnosed on CT scan with an appendiceal abscess. She underwent CT-...

Prediction of Negative Outcomes in Non-Surgical Treatment for Appendiceal Abscess in Adults.

Non-surgical treatment is an acceptable approach for managing appendiceal abscess in adults. However, it is only applicable for selected patients, and conversion to surgery is mandatory for failed conservative treatment. This study aimed to determine the predictive factors for unsuccessful outcomes.

Assessment of intracranial pressure monitoring in patients with moderate traumatic brain injury: A retrospective cohort study.

intracranial pressure (ICP) monitoring has now been a standard technique for the treatment of severe traumatic brain injury (sTBI), while the effect of ICP monitoring for moderate traumatic brain injury (mTBI) is not clear. Moreover, evidence comparing the two types of ICP monitoring: ventricular drainage (VD) catheter and intraparenchymal (IP) catheter is scarce.

Catheter management after benign transurethral prostate surgery: RAND/UCLA Appropriateness Criteria.

To formally assess the appropriateness of different timings of urethral catheter removal after transurethral prostate resection or ablation. Although urethral catheter placement is routine after this common treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), no guidelines inform duration of catheter use.

Emergent Decompression Of Intracranial Abscess In Eisenmenger Syndrome.

Eisenmenger syndrome is a rare sequela of uncorrected congenital heart disease complicated by pulmonary hypertension, from which reversal of the pathologic left-to-right cardiovascular shunt and cyanosis follow. Right-to-left shunting can lead to paradoxical cerebral emboli-increasing the risk of spontaneous or iatrogenic stroke and cerebral abscess. A 38 year-old man presented with new focal seizures due to a brain abscess. Ventricular septal defect and pulmonary hypertension were identified. Despite dexam...

Persistent collection of antibiotic ointment masquerading as a lipoma arising at a surgical site.

Antibiotic ointments are often used to treat or prevent infections in surgical wounds. However, due to a dearth of reports on adverse effects, the complications of the use of such ointments, especially possible long-term effects, are largely unknown. We experienced a unique case of a cystic lesion that developed after surgical site infection treated with gentamicin ointment in a 62-year-old man who underwent subtotal glossectomy for tongue cancer. The antibiotic ointment that was applied following abscess d...

Early removal of urinary drainage in patients receiving epidural analgesia after colorectal surgery within an ERAS protocol is feasible.

ERAS guidelines recommend early removal of urinary drainage after colorectal surgery to reduce the risk of catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI). Another recommendation is the postoperative use of epidural analgesia (EA). In many types of surgery, EA was shown to increase the risk of postoperative urinary retention (POUR). This study determines the impact of early urinary catheter removal on the incidence of POUR and CAUTI under EA after colorectal surgery.

Lactational phlegmon: A distinct clinical entity affecting breastfeeding women within the mastitis-abscess spectrum.

We aimed to describe the presentation and treatment of lactational phlegmon, a unique complication of mastitis in breastfeeding women that may require surgical management. We retrospectively analyzed medical charts of breastfeeding women treated by a single breast surgeon for lactational phlegmon or the related conditions of abscess or uncomplicated mastitis (UM) from July 2016 to October 2018. Demographic variables and treatment details were analyzed using ANOVA and Pearson's Chi-square test. Ten women wit...

Successful laparoscopic management of a hepatic abscess caused by a fish bone.

Hepatic abscess is a rare condition but comes with heavy consequences if not diagnosed and managed properly. Early detection of this pathology is challenging because of the variety and lack of specificity of symptoms but is necessary for accurate management. We report a case of pyogenic liver abscess secondary to the migration of an ingested fish bone in a 74-year-old female. We used laparoscopic surgery to drain the abscess, remove the foreign body responsible and look for the perforation site. Parenteral...

Fusobacterial brain abscess caused by paradoxical embolization associated with Ebstein's anomaly in an adult patient: A case report.

Brain abscess remains a life-threatening condition. Here, we are reporting a case of brain abscess due to Fusobacterium nucleatum in a previously known case of Ebstein anomaly. A 44-year-old male presented with the complaints of headache, and fever. Cerebral imaging revealed parieto-occipital (PO) abscess. The abscess was drained and culture showed growth of Fusobacterium nucleatum. This report illustrates the importance of considering anaerobes as the cause of brain abscess, underscores the usefulness of M...

Clinical analysis of 27 cases with descending necrotizing mediastinitis.

To explore the clinical manifestation and treatment strategy for descending necrotizing mediastinitis (DNM). A total of 27 cases diagnosed as DNM from January 2010 to August 2018 in the First People's Hospital of Foshan were reviewed. There were 16 males and 11 females, age ranged from 16 to 84 years. The clinical data were collected. SPSS 16.0 software and chi square test were used for statistical analysis. ALL 27 cases were diagnosed as DNM by contrast-enhanced CT scan of the neck and chest. Among the 2...

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