Higher-power view of actinomycotic
sulfur granule, with numerous filamentous bacteria evident in the periphery (Gram, original magnification X400).
canaliculitis: resolution following surgery and short topical antibiotic treatment.
colony (sulfur granules) was noted in the center of this granulomatous structure.
Eumycotic and actinomycotic
mycetoma are characterized by multiple punched out lytic lesions and both osteolytic and osteosclerotic lesions in bones respectively.
Surgery has been used routinely in the past for actinomycotic
McCluggage, "Combined actinomycotic
and pseudoactinomycotic radiate granules in the female genital tract: description of a series of cases," Journal of Clinical Pathology, vol.
osteomyelitis and periostitis of mandible or maxilla also known as lumpy jaw or big head is a sporadic disease caused by Gram positive branching filamentous microorganism, Actinomyces bovis (Militerno, 2008) and most commonly affect bovine, occasionally in equine, porcine and rarely in caprine (Seifi et al., 2003).
osteomyelitis of mandible masquerading periapical pathology.
(6,7) Isolated hepatic involvement is rare, making a prospective diagnosis of actinomycotic
Imaging studies may show the site and size of an actinomycotic
However, other observations put this hypothesis into question and suggested that bisphosphonate use facilitates actinomycotic
infection, resulting in osteonecrosis.
In the center of this granulomatous structure, an actinomycotic
colony (sulfur granules) with a radial pattern was noted (fig 2).
Tarsier cleg declinature, grilse actinomycotic
Local Significant Gangrene, actinomycotic
040.0, 395, Infection infections, cellulitis, 440.24, 681.10, pyogenic arthritis, infective 682.6-682.8, myositis, necrotizing 711.06, 728.0, fasciitis.