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For the diagnosis of spinal tuberculosis magnetic resonance imaging is more sensitive . infection were identified as risk factors for tuberculous spondylitis. The formal name for the disease is tuberculous spondylitis and it is most commonly localized in the thoracic portion of the spine. Pott's disease results from haematogenous spread of tuberculosis from other sites, often the lungs.Diagnosis · Management. There are two distinct types of spinal TB, the classic form or spondylodiscitis, and an increasingly common atypical form which is spondylitis Classification of Spinal TB · Surgical Techniques · Corrections of Kyphotic.
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The main infectious agents reported spondylitis tb Staphylococcus spp. All the patients had a history of pulmonary tuberculosis. So far, there have been a few recent case reports with involvement of two or more noncontiguous vertebrae. In this retrospective analysis, patients were included if spinal infection was identified by whole spine magnetic resonance imaging Spondylitis tb and confirmed as tuberculosis by a combination of histology and microbiology.
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Most noncontiguous lesions were evident on plain radiology and noncontiguous tuberculosis was not associated with HIV infection, multidrug-resistant tuberculosis or with chronicity of the disease. These are also predisposing factors for spinal tuberculosis spondylitis tb well.
A group of workers investigated the association between the FokI polymorphism in the vitamin-D receptor gene and spinal tuberculosis in a Chinese population and this gene was found to be associated with susceptibility to spinal tuberculosis.
The primary infection site is spondylitis tb a pulmonary lesion or an infection of the genitourinary system. An arterial arcade, in the subchondral region of each vertebra, is derived from anterior and posterior spinal arteries; this arcade form a rich vascular plexus.
This vascular spondylitis tb facilitates hematogenous spread of the infection in the paradiskal regions. Batson's paravertebral venous plexus in the vertebra is a valve-less system that allows free flow of blood in both directions depending upon the pressure generated by the intra-abdominal and intrathoracic cavities following strenuous activities like coughing.
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