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A 52-year-old Colombian woman, a patient with psoriasis, undergoing phototherapy with (ultraviolet B narrowband) UVBnb, presented with a symptomless solitary diffuse erythaematous plaque on her nose for 3 months. Initially, she was treated with pimecrolimus 1% cream for 8 weeks, which was then combined with metronidazole cream for 4 weeks, with the initial diagnosis of UV-triggered rosacea, without improvement. A punch biopsy was performed and the histology showed a pseudolymphomatous reaction. The diagnosis of nasal pseudolymphoma of borreliosis was confirmed with PCR. The lesion completely resolved following oral doxycycline therapy.
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A 72-year-old woman who recently had been treated with metronidazole presented with subacute dysarthria, gait ataxia and encephalopathy with severe anxiety. Head MRI showed symmetrical T2-hyperintensities. Under suspicion of a metronidazole-induced encephalopathy, metronidazole was stopped immediately. The patient recovered completely and follow-up MRI showed complete resolution of T2-hyperintensities.
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The mean values for operative time have been 18.3 min for group A (range 15-26 min) and 17.9 min for group B (range 13-21 min). According to VAS scale, first postoperative day pain mean values were 2.8 for group A (range 2-4) and 4.1 for group B (range 3-5). Intra- and post-operative bleeding has always been negligible and faecal incontinence was never observed. Healing time mean values have been 3.5 weeks for group A (range 3-5) and 5.9 weeks for group B (range 4-8 weeks). Long-term results did not evidence complications or recurrences for both groups.
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These data suggest that eradication of H. pylori infection in patients with type 1 diabetes might be associated with better control of glycemia.
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The efficacy of sequential therapy and the applicability of genotypic resistance to guide the selection of antibiotics in the third-line treatment of Helicobacter pylori have not been reported. We aimed to assess the efficacy of genotypic resistance-guided sequential therapy in third-line treatment.
Primary resistance to clarithromycin and metronidazole was 1 and 76%, respectively. In metronidazole susceptible strains eradication rates were similar at > 90% for all treatment groups (P = 0.49). With low-level metronidazole resistance (4 microg/mL < MIC < 256 microg/mL), eradication rates were similar at >75% (P = 0.80). The major difference was found at high-level metronidazole resistance (MIC >or= 256 microg/mL) with 95%, 58% and 21% eradication in the lansoprazole, clarithromycin and tinidazole twice-daily, lansoprazole, clarithromycin and tinidazole once-daily and placebo, clarithromycin and tinidazole once-daily groups, respectively (P < 0.001).
Spinal epidural abscess is an infectious disorder with high morbidity and mortality rates, which is often associated with delayed diagnosis. We report a case of a 73-year-old man with cervical pyogenic spondylodiscitis complicated with epidural abscess following a prostatic biopsy. Clinical presentation included fever, malaise, neck rigidity in all axes, minor paresis of the right arm, and gait ataxia. A cervical vertebral magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan showed pyogenic spondylodiscitis with an epidural abscess. Blood, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid cultures were sterile. The patient was treated with intravenous vancomycin, metronidazole, and ceftazidime for 4 weeks, and was discharged from the hospital and treated with oral cloxacillin, metronidazole, and cefixime for another 2 weeks. His neurological symptoms disappeared completely, and he walked normally, without support. It is important for clinicians to be alert to symptoms accompanying back pain following a prostatic biopsy and to consider the possibility of a diagnosis of spinal abscess.
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Eighty-two percent of respondents performed outpatient testing for H. pylori. Of these, only 31% restricted testing to children aged >5 years. Most recommended testing for H. pylori in guideline-recommended conditions; some would not treat infected patients. Ninety-seven percent would test for H. pylori in a child with new duodenal ulcer (DU), 79% in a child with a history of DU, and 91% in a child with new gastric ulcer. However, only 86%, 60%, and 91%, respectively, would treat H. pylori infection in those conditions. A proton pump inhibitor (PPI)-based triple regimen was the first-choice therapy for 78% of respondents. Correct estimates of rates of resistance to amoxicillin, clarithromycin, metronidazole, and tetracycline were 10%, 17%, 43%, and 12%, respectively. Eighty-six percent believed there was insufficient research on H. pylori in children.