Pericardic

Per`i`car´dic


a.1.Pericardiac.
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Imagistic examination (ultrasonography, CT, PET/CT) has a significant role in establishing the degree of myocardial and pericardic infiltration, extracardiac dissemination and heart function [8].
aureus was recovered from skin lesion (47.1%), skin abscess (41.2%), ocular secretion and nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swab (5.9% each) in patients with SSTIs and from blood (71.4%), abscess (10.7%), pleural effusion (5.4%), synovial fluid (5.4%), urine, pericardic effusion, fistula secretion and intra-abdominal lymph node (1.8% each) in patients with deep-seated infections.
(3) There are few reports of pneumopericardium linked to pericardic drainage.