Transthoracic Drainage Of Liver Abscess

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Transthoracic drainage of large Streptococcus milleri liver

Transthoracic drainage of large Streptococcus milleri liver abscess Arul Bala, MBBS, Pankaj Saxena, MCh, DNB, and Igor E. Konstantinov, MD, PhD, Perth, Australia S treptococcus milleri rarely causes a life-threatening in-fection. However, in patients with chronic disease S milleri may produce suppurative infection, including liver abscess.

GENERAL SURGERY PROCEDURE BUNDLES / CPT (COLORECTAL

Liver/Biliary/Pancreas Biopsy of Liver 47100 Drainage Hepatic Abscess / Simple Cyst 47010 Drainage Hepatic Amoebic or Echinococcal Cyst / Abscess 47015 Repair Hepatic Laceration 47350 Cholecystectomy, Open 47600 Common Bile Duct Exploration 47420 Cholecystoenteric Anastomosis 47720 Choledochoenteric Anastomosis 47760

A 75-Year-Old Woman With Fever and a Right Upper Lobe

image-guided percutaneous drainage of pleural eff usions, lung abscess, and pneumothorax AJR Am J Roentgenol. 1995 ; 164 ( 3 ): 581 - 588 7. Wli a SO , Shugaeri A , Samman YS , Abdelaziz M Pnaeouct us drainage of pyogenic lung abscess Scand J Infect Dis. 2002 ; 34 ( 9 ): 673 - 679 8.

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Transthoracic drainage of liver abscess in children 420 - Anirudhan A, Poornima P, Jaidurairaj M, Mohan P Intra-cranial calcification and global developmental delay in a child with 423 congenital nephrogenic diabetes insipidus. - Samuel P Oommen, Sunithi Mani, Anna Simon ADVERTISEMENTS 428,429,430 AUTHOR INDEX 426 SUBJECT INDEX 427

Ayik et al, Clin Case Rep 21, S2 1412212S23 Journal of

pathogen and appropriate antibiotic treatment, and if necessary abscess drainage are very important for the treatment. We present a case with multipl colon, liver and lung abcesses which was a result of septicemia triggered by gum abscess. The causative agent has been found meticyllin resistant, coagulase negative Staphylococus cohnii ssp

A rare case of pericarditis and pleural empyema secondary to

plication of a liver abscess, with an incidence rate of <2% in patients with an amebic liver abscess [4]. PLA resulting in pericarditis is a rarer occurrence. In our report, we describe a very rare case of a huge liver abscess in the left lobe of the liver that extended transdiaphragmatically, causing a pleural empyema and pericarditis.

Computer tomography guided transthoracic periaortic abscess

transthoracic lung needle biopsy performed under computer tomography (CT) guidance is widely accepted, the periaortic abscess puncture has not been reported. We report the case of an encapsula-ted mediastinal abscess localized next to ascending aorta vascular graft. It was diagnosed nine years following the Bentall procedure, after patient be-

Cardiology - ANMC

lesion, breast biopsy, incision and drainage of abscess, modified radical mastectomy, operation for gynecomastia, partial mastectomy with or without lymph node dissection, radical mastectomy, subcutaneous mastectomy Circumcision Colectomy (abdominal) Colon surgery for benign or malignant disease Colotomy, colostomy

Case Report Purulent Pericarditis after Liver Abscess: A Case

abscess in the liver, at the surgical site, as well as a bilateral A routine transthoracic echocardiography performed Treatment consists on drainage of the

First report of invasive liver abscess syndrome with

Computed tomographic scan revealed a liver abscess in segment II (4.8 × 4.2 cm). Obstructive cholestasis or any other intrabdominal pathology was not present. The patient under-went emergent ultrasound-guided percutaneous catheter drainage of the liver abscess. Intravenous piperacillin/tazo-

Comparison of anterior transthoracic debridement and fusion

The patients who received anterior transthoracic debride-ment and fusion surgery were advised to carry out respira-tory exercise. After the drainage removal, the patients were encouraged to get out of bed under the protection of braces. The anti-tuberculosis treatment continued for 18 20months, during which liver function was monitored

Streptococcus anginosus pyogenic liver abscess following a

yogenic liver abscess (PLA) is a serious clinical entity with a high drainage via the portal vein of an infected area (6). On the other hand, A transthoracic

Management of complicated pneumatocele

abscess.11 Combined with our case, these reports demonstrate that the more aggressive surgical approach can be lifesaving when required. Expertise in image-guided percutaneous techniques for pleural and parenchymal lung drainage should make the surgical approach for complicated pneumatocele less frequent in the future. References 1. Guyton RM.

An Unusual Case of Pyogenic Liver Abscess Caused by Community

The clinical manifestations of pyogenic liver abscesses usually include fever, abdominal pain and nonspecific symptoms- like nausea, vomiting, malaise, anorexia and weight loss. Treatment of pyogenic liver abscesses consists of source control with drainage and antibiotic therapy tailored to the isolated causative organism. We present a case of a

Liver Abscess: Rose Bengal I 131 Hepatic Photoscan in

the posterior lateral aspect of the right lobe of the liver wascarried out and 300 ml of pus removed. On the 71st hospital day, a progress liver scan disclosed little change in the size of the abscess cavity, and one week later, transthoracic drainage through the seventh interspace wasperformed; the dome of the right lobe drained as completely

Serrating through vascular access catheters: a great

Deliwala SS, et al. Case Rep 2021;14:e242013. doi:10.1136/bcr-2021-242013 1 Serrating through vascular access catheters: a great masquerader with severe systemic

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and Drainage $1,373 $576 32405 Biopsy, lung or mediastinum, percutaneous needle $93/$409 5072 Level 2 Excision/ Biopsy/ Incision and Drainage $1,373 $576 32505 Thoracotomy; with therapeutic wedge resection (eg, mass, nodule), initial $971 Inpatient Procedures, not reimbursed in outpatient or ASC by Medicare 32506 Thoracotomy; with therapeutic

Cerebral Microhemorrhages Secondary to a Hypervirulent

forming percutaneous transhepatic abscess drainage and an-tibiotic therapy. On the other hand, cerebral abscesses and microbleeds worsened over then next 4 weeks. After con-tinuing antibiotic therapy for 8 weeks, the patient com-pletely recovered. Although multiple cerebral hemorrhages are rarely seen in bacteremia cases, except for cases of in-

Liver abscess associated with an oral flora bacterium

Hepatic abscess in the thorax CT Figure 2. Abscess and drainage catheter are seen in the CT performed at the 21st day of the treatment. DISCUSSION An immunocompetent case of bacteremia and liver abscess associated with the oral flora bac-teria Streptococcus anginosus is presented here. There are many reports of organ abscess as-

Clinical characteristic and management of descending

cervicotomy substernal drainage for 54 cases (96.43%), sternotomy 1 (1.79%) and right thoracotomy 1 (1.79%). Our mortality is 14.29%/5 years. Conclusions: Transcervical mediastinal drainage and adequate debridement is effective. Transthoracic mediastinal drainage was depended on each case. Thoracotomy if locus infection or pus accumulation on

The First Case Report of Mediastinal Abscess Caused by

A few cases of mediastinal abscess caused by G. bergeri have recently been reported, including ones of infective en-docarditis(2-9), Lemierre s syndrome(10), and cutaneous orbital abscess(11) in humans. However, the pathogenicity ofG. bergeri hasnotbeenclarified. We herein report the first case of mediastinal abscess causedbyG. bergeri

Eikenella corrodens endocarditis and liver abscess in a

performed, which showed a large multiloculated abscess in the liver. The abscess was drained using ultrasound guidance. Culture demonstrated Eikenella corrodens. Transesophageal echocardiography revealed aortic endocarditis. The patient was treated with antibiotics and abscess drainage, on which he slowly improved. He was discharged after 1.5

Invasive Klebsiella Pneumoniae Syndrome in Qatar

15days of ultrasound-guided liver drainage showed interval regression in liver abscess size 4.4 x 4.8 x 4 cm, the estimated volume of 54cc ( gure 1B). After receiving two weeks of antibiotics, the patients blood culture came negative. The patient became afebrile and hemodynamically stable, so antibiotics de-escalated to ceftriaxone and

Gigantic amoebic liver abscess in pregnancy: A case report

percutaneous liver abscess drainage was done upon transfer to a subspecialized tertiary center in which 2.3 liters of odorless brownish pus (anchovy sauce pus) was drained over time (Figure 1). Subsequently, pus from the abscess, blood serum and stool samples from the patient were sent to the Department of Parasitology,

Fusobacterium nucleatum causing a pyogenic liver abscess: a

which is known to be a sensitive marker of liver abscess.3 All these indicators were observed in our case. Early identification and appropriate drainage and antimicrobial therapy are the mainstays of treatment and necessary to prevent morbidity or mortality. A literature search was performed using the PubMed data-

Electronic Clinical Challenges and Images in GI

et al reported,5 namely, transthoracic drainage of 1 large S milleri liver abscess. Often, abscesses populated by S milleri are caused by oral infections or are associated with diseases leading to a disruption of the intestinal barrier function, like malignant tumors, enteritis, or inflammatory bowel disease

Successful Diagnosis of an Atypical Prosthetic Vascular Graft

abscess on CT or MRI, and the diagnosis is obvious. However, in a few cases like ours, conventional imaging findings are nonspecific and the diagnosis can be difficult. Recently, the use of FDG-PET/CT to visualize the localization of infection in patients with suspected PVGI has been reported.2,3

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Ultrasound guided percutaneous trans-hepatic drainage of the abscess was also performed after which a pigtail catheter was inserted. A transthoracic echocardiogram showed moderate mitral regurgitation but no vegetations. Initial blood cultures resulted positive for K. pneumoniae, Escherichia coli (E.coli) and Clostridium perfringens (C.

Pulmonary Pseudolymphoma Presenting as a Solitary Nodular

transthoracic drainage of abscess cavities,9 lobectomy or pneumonectomy has been the procedure of choice in this country.10 This report is in no way intended to suggest that transthoracic tube drainage of a lung abscess should be routinely used. The procedure is men-tioned as a possibility to be considered in patients who

MEDICAL PROCEDURE surgeon assistant

Transthoracic Access for Diaphragmatic Hernia 1532 259 Liver abscess drainage 890 203 Drainage of Perianal Abscess 383

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H0310 Drainage of abscess of appendix or drainage of intra-abdominal abscess 456 192 Large Intestine H0510 Total excision of colon and ileorectal anastomosis 1044 384 Large Intestine H0610 Extended excision of right hemicolon 708 276 Large Intestine H0700 Right hemicolectomy 708 240 Large Intestine

Case Report Intra-Abdominal Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt

shunt tube into the liver and subsequent abscess formation from bacterial translocation from skin flora versus seeding into the liver via portal veins due to intraabdominal sepsis.13 In our pa-tient, the VPS may have served as a nidus for the infection given the large collections surrounding the near entirety of the tubing in the peritoneal cavity.

Streptococcus intermediusLiver Abscesses and Colon Cancer

evidence of metastasis. The largest abscess was drained of approximately 110 mL of pus and the catheter left to depen-dent drainage. The patient was given intravenous ampi-cillin/sulbactam and gentamicin, and an elective sigmoid resection with intra-operative drainage of liver abscesses was performed the following week. Local lymph nodes were not

656 mSL^SSJ LIVER ABSCESS. [Sept. 19, 1903.

The cases of liver abscess of which I give details I operated upon during the past two years (1901, 1902) by trocar and cannula and siphon drainage. Searching for Pus in the Liver. When there is a suspicion of pus in the liver it is the duty of the practitioner at once to explore the liver thoroughly by means of an aspirating syringe.

Development of amoebic liver abscess in early pregnancy years

resonance imaging revealed a 5 × 4 cm hepatic abscess. After ultrasound-guided transcutaneous liver drainage, both abscess uids and blood cultures showed neither bacterial growth nor microscopic signs of parasitic disease. Sero - logical testing conrmed an infection with Entamoeba histolytica, which was treated with metronidazole, followed

Abstract Keywords: Introduction

liver which causes pulmonary vessels dilatation and diffusion-perfusion mismatch, hence presenting as hepatopulmonary syndrome[2]. There are microvascular pulmonary shunts that predisposes to seeding of bacteria systemically secondary to hepatopulmonary syndrome. Brain abscess is a known complication of hepatopulmonary syndrome. Here, a case

Appearance of Klebsiella Pneumoniae Liver Abscess Syndrome in

submucosal mass suggestive of intramural gastric abscess Fig. (3a,b). Chest x-ray, transthoracic echocardiography and abdominal Doppler ultrasound were normal. Blood cultures were taken. A presumptive diagnosis of liver abscess was made. The patient was started on ceftriaxone plus metronidazole empirically. Sonography-guided percutanous