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Psoas (or iliopsoas) abscess is a collection of pus in the iliopsoas muscle compartment [1]. It may arise via contiguous spread from adjacent. Introducción y objetivos. Aportar a la literatura un nuevo caso de absceso primario de Psoas, con afectación también del Cuadrado Lumbar. Absceso del psoas como causa de dolor lumbar detectado mediante gammagrafía con galio en un paciente con sospecha de espondilodiscitisPsoas abscess.

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SNIP measures contextual citation impact by wighting citations based on the total number of citations in a subject field. To describe the clinical characteristics of patients with abscess on the psoas muscle PA and to identify the psoa differences existing between pyogenic and tuberculous etiologies.

[Psoas abscess as a differential diagnosis in emergency department].

A retrospective review of patients diagnosed of PA in one hospital was conducted Two groups were established, that is pyogenic and abzceso, and the clinical findings, analyses and evolution were compared.

No clinical differences were observed between both groups. Pyogenic and tuberculous etiologies were differentiated analytically through leukocyte values 13, vs. Gram negative bacilli, Streptococcus spp.

Secondary pyogenic abscesses constitute the most frequent PA group. CT is the diagnostic procedure of choice.

Leukocytosis, anemia, raised ESR and right laterality suggest pyogenic etiology. Transcutaneous drainage is substituting surgical drainage and also psoss it possible to obtain diagnostic samples. Previous article Next article. December Pages ee78 Pages Pyogenic and tuberculous abscesses of the psoas muscle.

[Psoas abscess as a differential diagnosis in emergency department].

This item has received. Show more Show less. Objectives To describe the clinical characteristics of patients with abscess on the psoas muscle PA and to identify the possible differences existing between pyogenic and tuberculous etiologies.

Patients and methods A retrospective review of patients diagnosed of PA in one hospital was conducted Two groups were osoas, that is pyogenic and tuberculous, and the clinical findings, analyses and evolution were compared. Conclusions Secondary pyogenic abscesses constitute the most frequent PA group. Transcutaneous drainage is substituting surgical drainage and also makes it possible to obtain diagnostic samples. Subscriber If you already have your login data, please click here.

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