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Acne Arthritis Case Report

Our patient's presentation is consistent with the syndrome known as SAPHO (synovitis, acne, pustulosis, hyperostosis and osteomyelitis), and formerly termed acne arthritis. The syndrome is characterized by severe scarring acne and related conditions; hyperostotic bone lesions (particularly in the clavicles and sternum); sacroiliitis; spondylitis; and, peripheral inflammatory arthritis.

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Combination Of Hbo And Negative Pressure Therapy To Prevent Mortality In Patients With Necrotizing Fasciitis

Poster. Weber et al, Aurora Health Care and Hyperbaric and Wound Care Associates, Milwaukee

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SICOT Online Case Reports

Cases reported to SICOT 2002- 2004

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Synovitis Acne Pustulosis Hyperostosis osteomyelitis syndrome SAPHO

A gentleman comes in complaining of right knee pain. He is a 48-year-old African American man who was transferred from the Infectious Disease Clinic to the Thayer Medical Service for possible septic arthritis. His symptoms essentially limited his right knee motion; he is not able to flex more than 30 degrees. He has had surgery. There is an area medial to the knee that is swollen, and there is an area lateral to the knee that has been draining pus since August 2005. He has some occasional chills, no fevers, and no other systemic manifestations.

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Ilizarov Jordan Case Presentations

10 out of 10 stars (2 votes)

Web site about Ilizarov's method with several case presentations.

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AONA Case Presentations Orthopaedic

AO North America Case Presentation Collection

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