This infection may be hematogenic
, contiguous to an adjacent infectious focus, or even the result of direct bacterial inoculation from a traumatic mechanism.
Furthermore, to examine whether elastin fibers are present in papillary adenocarcinoma tumor of the lung, metastases of pulmonary papillary adenocarcinomas that were hematogenic
to the brain and skull (n = 2, respectively) and to the regional lymph nodes (n = 4) were stained with elastin (Figure 2, H).
Metastatic spread is almost exclusively hematogenic
and hemodynamic affects are independent but may occur simultaneously.
Foregoing differences are coming to the prevalence of hematogenic
cell populations at acute myocardial infarction but to the prevalence of histogenic cell populations at recurrent myocardial infarction.
Most cases of bacterial meningitis can be attributed to the hematogenic
spread of invasive bacteria, but how circulating bacteria cross the blood-cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) barrier and cause meningitis is not clear (14,15).
or lymphatic dissemination eventually may occur and then it may affect different organs like tracheobronchial mucose, skin, adrenal glands, gastrointestinal tract and central nervous system.