haematogenous


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haematogenous

(ˌhɛməˈtɒdʒɪnəs; ˌhiː-) or

hematogenous

adj
1. (Physiology) producing blood
2. (Physiology) produced by, derived from, or originating in the blood
3. (Physiology) (of bacteria, cancer cells, etc) borne by or distributed by the blood
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2 It can affect many body organs like lymph nodes, bones and joints, brain, spine, abdomen, pericardium and genitourinary system which occurs mostly due to lymphatic or haematogenous dissemination.
Retinoblastoma metastasises through haematogenous dissemination, lymphatic spread, direct infiltration along the optic nerve and dispersion through the cerebrospinal fluid, after cells in the optic nerve invade the leptomeninges.
Therefore, metastatic spread to the eye is haematogenous.
The possible portal of infection seems to be haematogenous or contiguous spread.
Ilizarov treatment for pseudarthrosis of the tibia due to haematogenous osteomyelitis.
Usually the most common pathway of VO is a result of haematogenous seeding.
It has be postulated that the hydatid scolex gains access to the pelvis by the lymphatic or haematogenous route [15, 16].
The management gram-negative bacterial haematogenous vertebral osteomyelitis: a case series of diagnosis, treatment and therapeutic outcomes.
Haematogenous spread, although less important, may occur, and mostly involves the lung.
Pathogenesis: The spread of TB to the vertebral column occurs as a result of haematogenous dissemination via the Batson's venous plexus or lymphatic drainage via the para-aortic lymph nodes.
The role of adjuvant chemotherapy or targeted therapy is not well established when there are no demonstrable metastases, in contiguity, lymphatic or haematogenous.
Kettler [3] has proposed that the absence of tubercles from the mucosa indicates a haematogenous or lymphogenic spread of infection, whereas tubercles mainly localized in the mucosa denote canalicular dissemination.