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n. discitis, infl. de un disco.
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[[sup.68]Ga]Ga-citrate demonstrated high diagnostic accuracy of 90%of osteomyelitis and diskitis in clinical studies (Figure 6) [18, 19].
Differential diagnoses for secondary extension into the RPS include direct extension from squamous cell carcinoma, tortuous carotid artery, lipoma, hemangioma, diskitis and osteomyelitis from the prevertebral space.
There was no evidence of epidural abscess, diskitis, or osteomyelitis.
Infection in the intervertebral disk space, or diskitis, is more common in younger children.
In order to avoid aseptic diskitis careful monitoring of patient complaints during the procedure is necessary, with adjustment of laser power, pulse rate, or pulse interval when heat sensations occur.
When it invades the bones and joints, it can cause osteomyelitis, diskitis, and arthritis, which are manifested as joint swelling, pain, and restricted movement.
Case report of an unusual cause of low back pain: intervertebral diskitis caused by Eikenella corrodens.
Diagnostic yield of CT-guided percutaneous aspiration procedures in suspected spontaneous infectious diskitis. Radiology.
These include cervical disk herniation, cervical trauma, lumbar spondylolisthesis, adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, diskitis and vertebral osteomyelitis of the spine, and metastatic diseases of the spine.
In patient 2, both CT and MRI showed cervical diskitis at C5-C6 and C6-C7 (table 3).