osteomyelitis

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an inflammation of bone and bone marrow (usually caused by bacterial infection)

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10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- BONESUPPORT(TM), an emerging leader in injectable bone substitutes for orthopedic trauma, bone infections and instrument augmentation related to orthopedic surgery, today announced that the Company's platform technology, CERAMENT(TM) has proven effective in the management of benign bone tumors in a prospective pilot study.
In February 2012 the bone infection returned and Mark underwent an operation to remove his second toe and bone out of his right foot.
The medical treatment I received in Angola was horrendous and resulted in amajor bone infection and possible permanent disability.
He suffers from a bone infection called Osteomyelitis and relatives claim he is not getting the medical attention he needs while in prison.
NEW ZEALAND Dual Group 1 winner Jokers Wild is fighting for his life after a series of operations for a bone infection.
The topics are organized into 14 sections: dentoalveolar problems, implant theory, dentofacial deformities, trauma, reconstructive surgery, cysts, tumors and other lesions, cleft lip and palate, TMDs and orofacial pain, maxillary sinus pathology, salivary gland pathology, bone infection and necrosis, sleep disorders, and general considerations.
Medics have ruled out a bone infection, but fear that Kayley, from Kirkdale, may have contracted arthritis.
Even with appropriate standard-of-care treatment at this time, which is IV vancomycin for bone infection, we still are having failures.
About four years after leaving the hospital a bone infection made it necessary for Roy's right leg to be amputated above the knee.
What started out as a sprained ankle developed into a bone infection which has caused him a great deal of pain and meant having to use a wheelchair.
She has a smile that lights up her face, and a tubercular bone infection that is not healing.
Leaving them in could also lead to a bone infection in the jaw or even septicaemia.
The first commercial application of these implants--one of which is now undergoing animal testig--may be for the slow, localized release of antibiotics to fight osteomyelitis, or bone infection, says MIT's Cato T.
About BONESUPPORT(TM) BONESUPPORT(TM) is an emerging leader of injectable bone graft substitutes for orthopedics, and trauma focusing on bone infection, instrument augmentation and spinal applications.
Kirsten Smith, 23, was given antibiotics for what was thought to be a bone infection and then told on two separate occasions tissue biopsies were inconclusive.