A bone sequestrum
is a differential diagnosis, yet this lesion lacked calcification in CT.
(3) Tomographic findings may show well-defined, irregular lytic lesions ranging from two to five cm in diameter, sometimes showing bone sequestrum
, also suggesting dura mater involvement in half of them.
All patients met the following inclusion criteria: repeated episodes of acute attack after open fractures; pus or small bone fragments from the sinus discharge, and sometimes visible sequestrum
exposed through skin defect, rough bone surface detectable with sinus probe; irregular bone thickening; X-ray and CT confirmation of the continuity interrupted fracture consolidation of the affected area; confirmation of the existence of infection by bacteriological cultures.
(12) All ESF devices have potential complications, including pin loosening and migration, reaction to the fixation devices, and development of osteomyelitis or sequestrum
Computed tomography evaluation of the degree of bone destruction, spread to soft tissue, and formation of sequestrum
is useful (10).
aureus (52/52A/80) infection showed signs consistent with bone infection, characterised by cortical bone destruction with circumferential periosteal reaction, reactive endosteal new bone, and sequestrum
In cats, the combination of prominent eyes and decreased corneal sensitivity may make these animals more susceptible to chronic keratitis, corneal ulceration and corneal sequestrum
(BLOCKER & VAN DER WOERT, 2001).
Crusting and oedema of turbinate, bone death and sequestrum
formation and recurrence.
Slices of the same osseous plane were evaluated based on the following parameters of infection in accordance with Petty and coworkers (32): 1) abscess formation, 2) sequestrum
formation, 3) cortical enlargement, 4) cortical destruction, 5) general impression.
Ill Collapse###++###Broken Contour of Head Certain Sequestrum
Repeated CT scan of the temporal bones and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) revealed a bony sequestrum
and defect in the anterior middle ear cavity and external auditory canal walls (Figure 2(a)).
The spontaneous detachment of sequestrum
has not been observed in SOH but occurs often in BRONJ .