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  • POSITRON-EMISSION-TOMOGRAPHY  (2)
  • Bacterial arthritis • Salmonella enteritidis • Hip joint • Pathologic diagnosis • Therapy  (1)
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    Keywords: POSITRON-EMISSION-TOMOGRAPHY ; METASTATIC MALIGNANT-MELANOMA ; RANDOMIZED PHASE-III ; QUALITY-OF-LIFE ; HIGH-RISK MELANOMA ; STAGE-IV MELANOMA ; SENTINEL LYMPH-NODES ; HEPATIC ARTERIAL CHEMOEMBOLIZATION ; VS. 3-DIMENSIONAL HISTOLOGY ; SERUM LACTATE-DEHYDROGENASE
    Type of Publication: Journal article published
    PubMed ID: 23721604
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    Keywords: POSITRON-EMISSION-TOMOGRAPHY ; ISOLATED LIMB PERFUSION ; RANDOMIZED PHASE-III ; QUALITY-OF-LIFE ; COOPERATIVE-ONCOLOGY-GROUP ; AMERICAN-JOINT-COMMITTEE ; HIGH-RISK MELANOMA ; STAGE-IV MELANOMA ; SENTINEL LYMPH-NODE ; PRIMARY CUTANEOUS MELANOMA
    Abstract: This first German evidence-based guideline for cutaneous melanoma was developed under the auspices of the German Dermatological Society (DDG) and the Dermatologic Cooperative Oncology Group (DeCOG) and funded by the German Guideline Program in Oncology. The recommendations are based on a systematic literature search, and on the consensus of 32 medical societies, working groups and patient representatives. This guideline contains recommendations concerning diagnosis, therapy and follow-up of melanoma. The diagnosis of primary melanoma based on clinical features and dermoscopic criteria. It is confirmed by histopathologic examination after complete excision with a small margin. For the staging of melanoma, the AJCC classification of 2009 is used. The definitive excision margins are 0.5 cm for in situ melanomas, 1 cm for melanomas with up to 2 mm tumor thickness and 2 cm for thicker melanomas, they are reached in a secondary excision. From 1 mm tumor thickness, sentinel lymph node biopsy is recommended. For stages II and III, adjuvant therapy with interferon-alpha should be considered after careful analysis of the benefits and possible risks. In the stage of locoregional metastasis surgical treatment with complete lymphadenectomy is the treatment of choice. In the presence of distant metastasis mutational screening should be performed for BRAF mutation, and eventually for CKIT and NRAS mutations. In the presence of mutations in case of inoperable metastases targeted therapies should be applied. Furthermore, in addition to standard chemotherapies, new immunotherapies such as the CTLA-4 antibody ipilimumab are available. Regular follow-up examinations are recommended for a period of 10 years, with an intensified schedule for the first three years.
    Type of Publication: Journal article published
    PubMed ID: 24028775
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    ISSN: 1433-044X
    Keywords: Schlüsselwörter ; Bakterielle Arthritis • Salmonella enteritidis • Hüftgelenk • Pathologische Diagnostik • Therapie ; Key words ; Bacterial arthritis • Salmonella enteritidis • Hip joint • Pathologic diagnosis • Therapy
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Description / Table of Contents: Summary Secondary haematogenous joint involvement is seen in less than 1 % of patients with Salmonella infections. These atypical infections are frequently encouraged by pre-existing local or systemic disease. We present a case of a patient with known alcohol abuse who developed a septic infection of her right hip requiring resection of the femoral head. Histologic analysis showed signs of pre-existing osteonecrosis probably induced by alcohol intake. Cartilage and bone were invaded and destructed by an aggressive granulation tissue. Initially, a biopsy evaluated without knowledge of the positive bacteriological result had been interpreted as indicative of a tumour. The onset, clinical course, diagnosis and therapy of joint involvement by Salmonella are discussed with regard to our case and the relevant literature. This case illustrates the necessity for clinicians to share all their information about the patient with the pathologist.
    Notes: Zusammenfassung Sekundäre hämatogene Gelenkinfektionen werden bei weniger als 1 % aller systemischen Salmonellosen beobachtet. Lokale Gewebeschädigungen oder systemische Grunderkrankungen begünstigen das Zustandekommen dieser atypischen Infektionen. Wir stellen den Fall einer alkoholabhängigen Patientin dar, bei welcher eine Salmonellenkoxitis auf dem Boden einer ischämischen Knochennekrose des Hüftkopfes entstand. Die weit fortgeschrittene Zerstörung des Gelenks erforderte eine Resektionsarthroplastik. Histologisch fand sich eine destruierende Invasion von Knorpel und spongiösem Knochen durch zellreiches Entzündungsgewebe. In Unkenntnis des bakteriologischen Befundes war zunächst der Verdacht auf eine neoplastische Veränderung geäußert worden. Entstehung, Verlauf, Diagnostik und Therapie der Salmonellenarthritis werden anhand dieses Falles und der Literatur diskutiert. Die erfolgreiche Befundung einer Knochenbiopsie ist auf eine gute Kommunikation zwischen Kliniker und Pathologe angewiesen.
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