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Embolic Disease
B. J. Manaster, MD, PhD, FACR; Kirkland W. Davis, MD, FACR
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KEY FACTS

  • Terminology

    • Imaging

      Selected References

      1. Autore G et al: Update on acute bone and joint infections in paediatrics: a narrative review on the most recent evidence-based recommendations and appropriate antinfective therapy. Antibiotics (Basel). 9(8), 2020
      2. Chung JY et al: Lower leg weakness as the presentation of infective endocarditis with septic emboli. Am J Emerg Med. 32(2):191.e5-8, 2014
      3. McAdams RM et al: Complications of umbilical artery catheterization in a model of extreme prematurity. J Perinatol. 29(10):685-92, 2009
      4. Wright IM et al: The umbilical arterial catheter: a formula for improved positioning in the very low birth weight infant. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 9(5):498-501, 2008
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      KEY FACTS

      • Terminology

        • Imaging

          Selected References

          1. Autore G et al: Update on acute bone and joint infections in paediatrics: a narrative review on the most recent evidence-based recommendations and appropriate antinfective therapy. Antibiotics (Basel). 9(8), 2020
          2. Chung JY et al: Lower leg weakness as the presentation of infective endocarditis with septic emboli. Am J Emerg Med. 32(2):191.e5-8, 2014
          3. McAdams RM et al: Complications of umbilical artery catheterization in a model of extreme prematurity. J Perinatol. 29(10):685-92, 2009
          4. Wright IM et al: The umbilical arterial catheter: a formula for improved positioning in the very low birth weight infant. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 9(5):498-501, 2008