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osteomyelitis

Osteomyelitis is an infection and destruction of bone, which can be caused by aerobic or anaerobic bacteria, mycobacteria and fungi. Osteomyelitis is frequently seen in the long bones, the feet of diabetic patients, or the sites of penetrating bone injuries caused by trauma or surgery. The most common site in children is the long bone with good blood supply, such as the metaphysis of tibia or femur.

Symptoms

Septic shock

Anaphylactic shock

Allergic conjunctivitis

altitude stress

Liver abscess

Femoral nerve injury

Osteoarthritis

Femoral neck fracture

Hookworm disease

Altitude sickness

Altitude maladjustment

High power cycle

Atrioventricular block height

Hyperlipoproteinemia

Gordon syndrome

hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage

Toxoplasmosis

Hypertensive crisis

Infectious endocarditis renal damage

High altitude polycythemia

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