What's the eponymic term of the tuberculosis spondylodiscitis?
Which pathogenes are most often associated with sepsis due to IV drug use?
Staphylococcus aureus (MSSA or MRSA), followed by Streptococcus species.
There is a destruction of the Th9-Th10 vertebral bodies and intervertebral disc with irregular endplates and bone marrow oedema.
There is a large encapsulated inhomogenous fluid collection with gas bubbles between right visceral and parietal pleura with secondary pulmonary infiltration.
There are no fluid collections within canalis vertebralis.
The spinal cord is intact.