F H Hoeffel

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Between January 1992 and December 1998, we treated 24 patients with necrotising fasciitis of a limb. There were 15 men and nine women with a mean age of 59.8 years (5 to 86). The infection was usually confused with cellulitis. Exquisite pain and early systemic toxicity were the most consistent clinical features. Diabetes mellitus and hepatic cirrhosis were(More)
A case of posttraumatic subacute synovitis with pseudotumor of the digit with bone lesions on plain film is reported. Arteriography showed a pattern of hypervascularity that did not appear malignant and evoked a benign tumor of the synovial. Biopsy helped establish diagnosis of common subacute synovitis. Swelling disappeared spontaneously during subsequent(More)
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