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Babak Sokouti

Biotechnology Research Center, Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran

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  • Original Article   
    Comparison of Empyema Treatment in Odontogenic Origin Infections and Post Pneumonic Infections
    Author(s): Massoud Sokouti, Mohsen Sokouti and Babak Sokouti*

    Context: The empyema, defined as a collection of pus in the pleural cavity, may be caused as a result of primary complication of cervical or odontogenic infections and can spread to the mediastinum through cervical spaces. Aim: The results of surgical treatment in the patients with empyema were compared. Materials and Methods: The patients suffering from empyema with odontogenic and post-pneumonia infections, treated surgically in 2001-2009, were studied. Twelve patients of odontogenic empyema (Group 1), and 160 patients with post-pneumonia empyema infections (Group 2) were included in this study. Two groups were compared according to the treatments of empyema. Data were extracted from the medical records of the patients which include age, gender, type of treatment, cure rate, mortality rate, hospital stay.. Read More»

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