Authors:P Kanizsai, GY Molnár, R Sztudva, T Berényi, and I Hornyák
process, although there are some cornerstones that mark the pathophysiology route of sepsis.
The initial concept of “severity order”, i.e., bacteraemia, then infection, sepsis, followed by severe sepsis, septic shock, and ultimately multiple organ
Malliah, R. B., Chang, V. T., Choe, J. K.: Infection-associated haemophagocytic syndrome associated with recurrent acute myeloid leukaemia/myelodysplastic syndrome: An autopsy case. J. Clin. Pathol. 60 , 431–433 (2007
Authors:Sara M. Van Bonn, Sebastian P. Schraven, Tobias Schuldt, Markus M. Heimesaat, Robert Mlynski, and Philipp C. Warnke
the middle ear mucous membranes, usually caused by viral or bacterial infection, displaying a rapid onset, often accompanied with otalgia, fever, hearing loss and even a tympanic perforation with otorrhoea [ 3, 4 ]. Chronic mesotympanic otitis media is