Osteomyelitis

Osteomyelitis is caused by bacteria, fungi or mycobacteria inflammation and destruction of the bone. Typical symptoms include localized bone pain and pressure pain at the acute form, in conjunction with, in the chronic form without general symptoms. The diagnosis is made by means of imaging and cultures, the therapy is carried out surgically and antibiotic in a proportion of cases. Osteomyelitis is caused by bacteria, fungi or mycobacteria inflammation and…

September 3, 2018
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Complications After Tooth Extraction

(See also overview of dental emergencies.) Swelling and pain Swelling is normal after intraoral operations; typically it is proportional to the degree of manipulation and of the trauma. An ice pack (or a plastic bag of frozen peas or corn, which adapts to the contours of the face) should be used for the first day. Refrigerant should be used for every 25 min or every hour. 2 If the swelling…

September 3, 2018
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