10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PYEMIC»
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2013 ICD-10-CM Draft Edition -
... M unspecifiedunspecified O88.22 Thromboembolism in childbirth & MCC M
O88.23 Thromboembolism in the puerperium & MCC M Puerperal (pulmonary)
embolism NOS O88.3 Obstetric pyemic and septic embolism O88.31 Pyemic and
The clinical characters vary in accordance with this anatomical difference, and
with the different conditions under which the hepatic disease occurs. Those of the
pyemic abscess are as follows :— 1. There is enlargement of the liver, usually of
Short Textbook of Surgery
Pyogenic abscess—This is caused by the pyogenic organisms. Precursors of
pyogenic abscess are cellulitis and acute lymphadenitis. 2. Pyemic abscess—
This is a metastatic abscess due to circulation of pyemic emboli in the blood (
Abscesses of the liver occurring in connection with general pyemia possess no
special features distinct from pyemic abscess elsewhere. If multiple abscesses
exist in the liver, and especially, if portal phlebitis is present, the liver is enlarged
2014 ICD-9-CM for Hospitals, Volumes 1, 2 and 3 Standard Edition
... to pelvic organ (laceration) (rupture) (tear) 637.2 embolism (air) (amniotic fluid)
(blood clot) (pulmonary) (pyemic) (septic) (soap) 637.6 genital tract and pelvic
infection 637.0 hemorrhage, delayed or excessive 637.1 metabolic disorder
2013 ICD-9-CM for Physicians, Volumes 1 and 2 Professional ...
... to pelvic organ (laceration) (rupture) (tear) 636.2 embolism (air) (amniotic fluid)
(blood clot) (pulmonary) (pyemic) (septic) (soap) 636.6 genital tract and pelvic
infection 636.0 hemorrhage, delayed or excessive 636.1 metabolic disorder
Essentials of Autopsy Practice: Current Methods and Modern ...
Despite the high incidence of cholecystitis, appendicitis, and diverticulitis (which
are frequent sources of bacterial infection in the liver), pyemic abscesses of the
liver (Figure 3.18) now are a relatively rare finding in developed countries.
Special Report on Diseases of Cattle
PYEMIC. AND. SEPTICEMIC. INFLAMMATION. OF. JOINTS. IN. CALVES. (JOINT
. ILL). This occursinyoung calves within the firstmonth after birth. Itpersists in the
jointswhen once attacked, and is usually connected with diseaseof the navel.
The septic form is met with most frequently in connection with puerperal sepsis,
or some suppura- tive process. But the chill, fever, profuse perspiration found in
pyemic conditions, with delirium, metastatic abscesses, rapid pulse and
Manual of the International List of Causes of Death: Based ...
... suppurative 133 Pyelocystitis 133 Pyelonephritis 133 calculous 134 pregnancy
146 Pyemia (pyemic) 36 abortion 140 abscess 36 embolism 36 fever 36 joint 36
liver 125b lung 114b obstruction 36 phlebitis 100 pneumococcal 36 postpartum ...