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Computed tomography fistulography of the sternum. A case report on interprofessional collaboration between radiologist and surgeon

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Computed tomography fistulography of the sternum. A case report on interprofessional collaboration between radiologist and surgeon. / Onat, Mine; Hostrup Nielsen, Per; Jensen, Henrik.

I: International Journal of Surgery Case Reports, Bind 41, 2017, s. 97-98.

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Onat, Mine ; Hostrup Nielsen, Per ; Jensen, Henrik. / Computed tomography fistulography of the sternum. A case report on interprofessional collaboration between radiologist and surgeon. I: International Journal of Surgery Case Reports. 2017 ; Bind 41. s. 97-98.

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abstract = "INTRODUCTION: Trans sternal fistula can occur after sternotomy/heart surgery. Diagnosing this can be difficult.PRESENTATION OF CASE: In this report, we present a unique case of a patient with infection of an ascending aortic prosthetic graft. This patient was oozing from the wound despite several revisions. Many fistulographies were performed before fistulography with surgeon and radiologist revealed a trans sternal fistula.DISCUSSION: Infection with Propionibacterium acnes is often difficult to diagnose. This is in line with the present case, where a surgeon guided fistulography had to be performed followed by appropriate redo surgery with succesful subsequent sternal wound healing.CONCLUSION: Our case demonstrates the importance of performing a fistulography with the presence of a surgeon, to obtain the best possible result.",
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N2 - INTRODUCTION: Trans sternal fistula can occur after sternotomy/heart surgery. Diagnosing this can be difficult.PRESENTATION OF CASE: In this report, we present a unique case of a patient with infection of an ascending aortic prosthetic graft. This patient was oozing from the wound despite several revisions. Many fistulographies were performed before fistulography with surgeon and radiologist revealed a trans sternal fistula.DISCUSSION: Infection with Propionibacterium acnes is often difficult to diagnose. This is in line with the present case, where a surgeon guided fistulography had to be performed followed by appropriate redo surgery with succesful subsequent sternal wound healing.CONCLUSION: Our case demonstrates the importance of performing a fistulography with the presence of a surgeon, to obtain the best possible result.

AB - INTRODUCTION: Trans sternal fistula can occur after sternotomy/heart surgery. Diagnosing this can be difficult.PRESENTATION OF CASE: In this report, we present a unique case of a patient with infection of an ascending aortic prosthetic graft. This patient was oozing from the wound despite several revisions. Many fistulographies were performed before fistulography with surgeon and radiologist revealed a trans sternal fistula.DISCUSSION: Infection with Propionibacterium acnes is often difficult to diagnose. This is in line with the present case, where a surgeon guided fistulography had to be performed followed by appropriate redo surgery with succesful subsequent sternal wound healing.CONCLUSION: Our case demonstrates the importance of performing a fistulography with the presence of a surgeon, to obtain the best possible result.

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