Psoas muscle abscess: bibliographic review. Palabras clave: Absceso. Due to the unspecific symptoms, she was initially treated as a renal colic. Ultrasound was the test that oriented us to the diagnosis. Percutaneous drainage was effective, checking the resolution using CT Scan.
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Psoas muscle abscess and fluid collections are located in the retrofascial space , rather than in the retroperitoneal space, because the psoas muscles are located in the iliopsoas compartment posterior to the transversalis fascia , which is the posterior boundary of the retroperitoneum. Psoas muscle abscess may present with fever , flank pain, abdominal pain or limp.
Other symptoms are nausea, malaise and weight loss. Psoas muscle abscess may be classified as primary or secondary depending on the presence or absence of underlying disease.
Primary psoas muscle abscess occurs probably as a result of haematogenous spread of an infectious process from an occult source in the body.
Primary psoas muscle abscess can occur in patients with:. Spread of infection from gastrointestinal disease e. They may also occur as a result of a neighboring spondylodiskitis. Cross-sectional imaging is the modality of choice for abscess detection in the psoas muscle. Extension from the psoas muscle into the iliacus muscle is a common sequela. Appropriate antibiotics along with drainage of the abscess are the treatment of choice. This is often treated with image-guided percutaneous drainage , typically CT, due to the retroperitoneal location.
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System: Musculoskeletal. Support Radiopaedia and see fewer ads. Cases and figures. Case 1 Case 1. Case 2: psoas abscess and left sided renal cyst Case 2: psoas abscess and left sided renal cyst. Case 4: due to splenic tuberculomas Case 4: due to splenic tuberculomas. Case 5: on ultrasound Case 5: on ultrasound. Case 6: due to tuberculous spondylo-diskitis Case 6: due to tuberculous spondylo-diskitis.
Case 7 Case 7. Case 8: postoperative psoas collection Case 8: postoperative psoas collection. Case 9: complicating renal abscess Case 9: complicating renal abscess. Case 10 Case Case 11 Case Case 12 Case Case 13 Case Case 14 Case Imaging differential diagnosis. Bilateral psoas hematomas Bilateral psoas hematomas. Loading more images Close Please Note: You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys.
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Absceso del psoas iliaco. Un caso clínico
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Abscess of the psoas muscle is an uncommon entity. The real incidence is unknown but it seems to be increasing because of the raising use of imaging techniques. The diagnosis can be challenging because of nonspecific symptoms. Fever, hip pain and right iliac fossa tenderness are the classic symptoms; however, it usually has an insidious presentation with fever, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, anorexia and other vague manifestations. Staphylococcus aureus is the most common organism in primary psoas abscess. When secondary, cultures are usually mixed. It can cause a variety of infectious syndromes, but it is extremely rare to see psoas abscess due to this organism.
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