We report a case of severe infection by Aeromonas veronii in the left upper limb caused by accidentally injuring the left thumb while cutting a fish. Bacterial culture was performed to confirm the pathogen and the whole-genome sequencing revealed the drug resistance genes and virulence genes further. The drug sensitivity test showed that Aeromonas veronii was sensitive to cephalospo rins, aminoglycosides, and quinolones but resistant to penicillin and carbapenems.
Allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation combined with disseminated infection by Trichosporon asahii：a case study and literature review
Invasive fungal disease (IFD) is a common postoperative compli cation of allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (al lo-HSCT), the most common bacterial pathogen being Candida and Aspergillus. In recent years, the incidence of rare yeast infec tions, which is difficult to treat and has a high mortality, has gradu ally increased. Here we report the diagnosis and treatment process of allo-HSCT combined with Disseminated infection by Trichos poron asahii from our hospital and review some of the references.
Radionuclide Tracer Technology in the Diagnosis of Thoracoabdominal Fistula and Localization of Fistula Points: A Pilot Study
1.1. Purpose: This study aims to explore the clinical utility of ra dionuclide tracer technology in the diagnosis and localization of thoracoabdominal fistulas.
1.1. Aims: The aim of this study was to analyze the association between mental health and dental caries in graduate students in China. 1.2. Methods: Three structured psychological scales, includ ing the Symptom Checklist 90, Perceived Social Support Scale, and General Well-Being Schedule were administered to evaluate mental health. Dental caries consists of three parts, oral question naires, caries susceptibility tests and caries examinations. Oral questionnaires assessing oral health, oral hygiene, and oral habits were regarded as potential confounding factors. Cariostat caries susceptibility test was used to evaluate caries susceptibility.