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- 1. 腸内ガスと膨満 intestinal gas and bloating
- 2. 子宮鏡検査：液体やガスの拡張媒体のマネージメント hysteroscopy managing fluid and gas distending media
- 3. クロストリジウム性筋肉壊死 clostridial myonecrosis
- 4. 機能運動テスト：呼気ガス分析 functional exercise testing ventilatory gas analysis
- 5. 嫌気性細菌感染 anaerobic bacterial infections
- [Benign subcutaneous emphysema after nail penetration. Case report and important differential diagnoses].
- Kantelberg C1, Meyer C, Harland U.Author information 1Zentrum für Orthopädie und Unfallchirurgie, Klinikum Saarbrücken, Winterberg 1, 66119, Saarbrücken, Deutschland, email@example.com.AbstractCrepitus under the skin after penetrating injuries: harmless benign subcutaneous emphysema or life-threatening infection with gas-producing bacteria (gas gangrene because of Clostridium perfringens, crepitating cellulitis because of anaerobic Streptococcus or other coliforme bacteria)? We report a case of a 74-year-old male who developed massive crepitation of the left upper extremity and the lateral thoracic wall and mediastinal emphysema after sustaining a laceration of the left thumb and forefinger from a nail. Because there was the suspicion of gas gangrene we performed generous skin incisions of the ventral and dorsal part of the hand, the forearm and upper arm and open wound treatment. A triple antibiotic therapy was initiated. Due to fast regression of the subcutaneous emphysema and the mediastinal emphysema, continuing lack of symptoms, negative smear test results from the beginning and low infection parameters in the blood all wounds could be closed 9 days after primary surgery. The suspicion of gas gangrene was not confirmed so the diagnosis of benign subcutaneous emphysema was made.
- Der Unfallchirurg.Unfallchirurg.2014 Feb;117(2):174-8. doi: 10.1007/s00113-013-2363-8.
- Crepitus under the skin after penetrating injuries: harmless benign subcutaneous emphysema or life-threatening infection with gas-producing bacteria (gas gangrene because of Clostridium perfringens, crepitating cellulitis because of anaerobic Streptococcus or other coliforme bacteria) We report a c
- PMID 23703620
- Atraumatic painless compartment syndrome.
- Blanchard S1, Griffin GD, Simon EL.Author information 1Emergency Department, Akron General Medical Center, Akron, OH, USA.AbstractAcute compartment syndrome is a time-sensitive diagnosis and surgical emergency because it poses a threat to life and the limbs. It is defined by Matsen et al (Surg Gynecol Obstet. 1978;147(6):943–949) as "a condition in which increased pressure within a limited space compromises the circulation and function of the tissues within that space." The most common cause of compartment syndrome is traumatic injury. A variety of other conditions such as vascular injuries, bleeding disorders, thrombosis, fasciitis, gas gangrene, rhabdomyolysis, prolonged limb compression, cellulitis, and nephrotic syndrome may also cause compartment syndrome. Patients who are elderly, have preexisting nerve damage, or have psychopathology may have an atypical presentation. This case highlights the first report of a 75-year-old woman who developed painless bilateral compartment syndrome in the absence of traumatic injury.
- The American journal of emergency medicine.Am J Emerg Med.2013 Dec;31(12):1723.e3-4. doi: 10.1016/j.ajem.2013.08.008. Epub 2013 Sep 14.
- Acute compartment syndrome is a time-sensitive diagnosis and surgical emergency because it poses a threat to life and the limbs. It is defined by Matsen et al (Surg Gynecol Obstet. 1978;147(6):943–949) as "a condition in which increased pressure within a limited space compromises the circulation a
- PMID 24041642
- 佐藤 智子,松井 義郎,太田 信介,渡貫 圭,青木 伸二郎,藤内 祝
- 日本口腔診断学会雑誌 = Japanese journal of oral diagnosis/oral medicine 22(2), 312-316, 2009-10-30
- NAID 10026399265
- 今井 謙一郎,都丸 泰寿,内藤 実,冨高 優子,小林 明男,依田 哲也
- 日本口腔外科学会雑誌 51(3), 124-127, 2005-03-20
- … On the basis of the clinical symptoms and CT findings, the patient was given a diagnosis of an abscess accompanied by gas production involving the masticator, parapharyngeal, and retropharyngeal space.<BR>She was treated successfully by incision of the abscess and the administration of antibiotics. … All drains were removed on the 18th postoperative day, and she was discharged 30 days after the onset.<BR>Retropharyngeal abscess is a rare but serious condition of the phlegmon. …
- NAID 10018955401
- bronze phlegmon An obsolete term for the brownish subcutaneous abscesses caused by gas-producing anaerobic bacterial infections, which were a once-common ... Disclaimer All content on this website, including dictionary ...
- Definition of gas phlegmon in the AudioEnglish.org Dictionary. Meaning of gas phlegmon. What does gas phlegmon mean? Proper usage of the word gas phlegmon. Information about gas phlegmon in the AudioEnglish.org dictionary ...
- gas phlegmon
- gaseous state
- gee, g-force