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Possible eliciting factors of CU revealed focal infection as the etiology of urticaria in 43% of the patients, out of which Helicobacter pylori (HP) was responsible for 60%.
2,4] However, a febrile child with bacteraemia needs to be identified and treated in order to prevent progression to focal infection and sepsis, which can be fatal.
Dental and gynaecological examination did not reveal any focal infection.
9) The Rochester scale includes a good general appearance in a previously healthy child, the absence of focal infection, and certain laboratory values (leucocyte count of 5000-15 000/[mm.
Aim of the present study was to analyze the focal infection by immunohistochemistry.
Although bone-anchored devices are usually well tolerated, the skin around the abutment of the device can develop local wound problems, such as granulation tissue and focal infection.
Theories about focal infection and how it contributes to systemic disease have been discussed since the early 1900s.
All they showed that rapid influenza testing for the evaluation of febrile young infants without signs of focal infection during influenza season decreases the need for additional investigations and reduces the length of stay in the emergency department, the use of antibiotic treatment and unnecessary hospitalizations (2-5).
enterica serovars Typhimurium and Enteritidis) remain a common cause of bloodstream and focal infection in sub-Saharan Africa for adults with HIV infection and children with HIV, malaria, and malnutrition.
The first QPX-positive FL notata clam (7 wk postdeployment) displayed a light focal infection in the mantle (Fig.