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Bayron Sandovalbonilla – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • 99mtc ubi 29 41 bone spect ct scan in craniofacial Actinomyces Israelii misdiagnosis of cranial bone tumor a case report
    Surgical Neurology International, 2020
    Co-Authors: Maria F De La Cerdavargas, José Antonio Candelas Rangel, Elizabeth Meza Mata, Araceli Ramirezcardenas, Bayron Sandovalbonilla
    Abstract:

    Background Actinomycosis is a rare infection, frequently misdiagnosed as a neoplasia. This chronic and granulomatous disease is caused by Actinomyces Israelii species. Cervicofacial actinomycosis occurs in 60% of cases and the diagnosis is commonly made by histopathology study. Case Description We report a case of fronto-orbital osteomyelitis initially misdiagnosed as a cranial bone meningioma, but later proved to be a case of actinomycosis. 99mTechnetium (99mTc) three-phase bone single-photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography (SPECT/CT) and 99mTc-ubiquicidin (UBI) 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scans were performed to corroborate the control of the infection. Conclusion Craniofacial actinomycosis is the most common presentation of actinomycosis. However, it continues to be a rare and difficult disease to diagnose and is often confused with a neoplastic process. The 99mTc-UBI 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scan could be an auxiliary noninvasive diagnostic alternative and a follow-up method for these patients.

Bayron Sandoval-bonilla – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • 99mTc-UBI 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scan in craniofacial Actinomyces Israelii: Misdiagnosis of cranial bone tumor – A case report.
    Surgical neurology international, 2020
    Co-Authors: María F. De La Cerda-vargas, José Antonio Candelas Rangel, Elizabeth Meza Mata, Araceli Ramirez-cardenas, Bayron Sandoval-bonilla
    Abstract:

    Background Actinomycosis is a rare infection, frequently misdiagnosed as a neoplasia. This chronic and granulomatous disease is caused by Actinomyces Israelii species. Cervicofacial actinomycosis occurs in 60% of cases and the diagnosis is commonly made by histopathology study. Case Description We report a case of fronto-orbital osteomyelitis initially misdiagnosed as a cranial bone meningioma, but later proved to be a case of actinomycosis. 99mTechnetium (99mTc) three-phase bone single-photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography (SPECT/CT) and 99mTc-ubiquicidin (UBI) 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scans were performed to corroborate the control of the infection. Conclusion Craniofacial actinomycosis is the most common presentation of actinomycosis. However, it continues to be a rare and difficult disease to diagnose and is often confused with a neoplastic process. The 99mTc-UBI 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scan could be an auxiliary noninvasive diagnostic alternative and a follow-up method for these patients.

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Elizabeth Meza Mata – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • 99mTc-UBI 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scan in craniofacial Actinomyces Israelii: Misdiagnosis of cranial bone tumor – A case report.
    Surgical neurology international, 2020
    Co-Authors: María F. De La Cerda-vargas, José Antonio Candelas Rangel, Elizabeth Meza Mata, Araceli Ramirez-cardenas, Bayron Sandoval-bonilla
    Abstract:

    Background Actinomycosis is a rare infection, frequently misdiagnosed as a neoplasia. This chronic and granulomatous disease is caused by Actinomyces Israelii species. Cervicofacial actinomycosis occurs in 60% of cases and the diagnosis is commonly made by histopathology study. Case Description We report a case of fronto-orbital osteomyelitis initially misdiagnosed as a cranial bone meningioma, but later proved to be a case of actinomycosis. 99mTechnetium (99mTc) three-phase bone single-photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography (SPECT/CT) and 99mTc-ubiquicidin (UBI) 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scans were performed to corroborate the control of the infection. Conclusion Craniofacial actinomycosis is the most common presentation of actinomycosis. However, it continues to be a rare and difficult disease to diagnose and is often confused with a neoplastic process. The 99mTc-UBI 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scan could be an auxiliary noninvasive diagnostic alternative and a follow-up method for these patients.

  • 99mtc ubi 29 41 bone spect ct scan in craniofacial Actinomyces Israelii misdiagnosis of cranial bone tumor a case report
    Surgical Neurology International, 2020
    Co-Authors: Maria F De La Cerdavargas, José Antonio Candelas Rangel, Elizabeth Meza Mata, Araceli Ramirezcardenas, Bayron Sandovalbonilla
    Abstract:

    Background Actinomycosis is a rare infection, frequently misdiagnosed as a neoplasia. This chronic and granulomatous disease is caused by Actinomyces Israelii species. Cervicofacial actinomycosis occurs in 60% of cases and the diagnosis is commonly made by histopathology study. Case Description We report a case of fronto-orbital osteomyelitis initially misdiagnosed as a cranial bone meningioma, but later proved to be a case of actinomycosis. 99mTechnetium (99mTc) three-phase bone single-photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography (SPECT/CT) and 99mTc-ubiquicidin (UBI) 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scans were performed to corroborate the control of the infection. Conclusion Craniofacial actinomycosis is the most common presentation of actinomycosis. However, it continues to be a rare and difficult disease to diagnose and is often confused with a neoplastic process. The 99mTc-UBI 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scan could be an auxiliary noninvasive diagnostic alternative and a follow-up method for these patients.

José Antonio Candelas Rangel – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • 99mTc-UBI 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scan in craniofacial Actinomyces Israelii: Misdiagnosis of cranial bone tumor – A case report.
    Surgical neurology international, 2020
    Co-Authors: María F. De La Cerda-vargas, José Antonio Candelas Rangel, Elizabeth Meza Mata, Araceli Ramirez-cardenas, Bayron Sandoval-bonilla
    Abstract:

    Background Actinomycosis is a rare infection, frequently misdiagnosed as a neoplasia. This chronic and granulomatous disease is caused by Actinomyces Israelii species. Cervicofacial actinomycosis occurs in 60% of cases and the diagnosis is commonly made by histopathology study. Case Description We report a case of fronto-orbital osteomyelitis initially misdiagnosed as a cranial bone meningioma, but later proved to be a case of actinomycosis. 99mTechnetium (99mTc) three-phase bone single-photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography (SPECT/CT) and 99mTc-ubiquicidin (UBI) 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scans were performed to corroborate the control of the infection. Conclusion Craniofacial actinomycosis is the most common presentation of actinomycosis. However, it continues to be a rare and difficult disease to diagnose and is often confused with a neoplastic process. The 99mTc-UBI 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scan could be an auxiliary noninvasive diagnostic alternative and a follow-up method for these patients.

  • 99mtc ubi 29 41 bone spect ct scan in craniofacial Actinomyces Israelii misdiagnosis of cranial bone tumor a case report
    Surgical Neurology International, 2020
    Co-Authors: Maria F De La Cerdavargas, José Antonio Candelas Rangel, Elizabeth Meza Mata, Araceli Ramirezcardenas, Bayron Sandovalbonilla
    Abstract:

    Background Actinomycosis is a rare infection, frequently misdiagnosed as a neoplasia. This chronic and granulomatous disease is caused by Actinomyces Israelii species. Cervicofacial actinomycosis occurs in 60% of cases and the diagnosis is commonly made by histopathology study. Case Description We report a case of fronto-orbital osteomyelitis initially misdiagnosed as a cranial bone meningioma, but later proved to be a case of actinomycosis. 99mTechnetium (99mTc) three-phase bone single-photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography (SPECT/CT) and 99mTc-ubiquicidin (UBI) 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scans were performed to corroborate the control of the infection. Conclusion Craniofacial actinomycosis is the most common presentation of actinomycosis. However, it continues to be a rare and difficult disease to diagnose and is often confused with a neoplastic process. The 99mTc-UBI 29-41 bone SPECT/CT scan could be an auxiliary noninvasive diagnostic alternative and a follow-up method for these patients.