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THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE CON
THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE INDIVIDUAL TYPES OF BONES
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accessory sinus disease anatomical appear Arch associated bacteria bacteriemia blood cultures blood infection blood supply body bone abscess bone lesion bone tissue canal cartilage cavity cells Chir chronic circulation commonly cranial demonstrable diagnosis diaphysis diploe drainage epiphyseal ethmoid extension fatal femur fever foci focus of infection form of osteomyelitis formation fracture frequently frontal sinus healing hematogenous HEMATOGENOUS ACUTE OSTEOMYELITIS hospital humerus incision inflammation injury intracranial complications involucrum involved irregular bones joint Jour klin latter lesion long bones mastoid maxilla meningitis metastatic muscle myelitis nasal accessory sinus necrosis necrotic nutrient artery occur operation organisms osteo osteoblasts osteomyelitic pathological patient perforation periosteal periosteum posterior present primary lesion secondary sequestration sequestrum sinuses skull sphenoid spinal spontaneous spread stage staphylococcus staphylococcus aureus sterile streptococcus subperiosteal abscess suppuration Surg symptoms thrombophlebitis thrombosis tibia tion trauma treatment typhoid usually vascular veins vertebrae vessels wound X-ray