Cervical conization complicated by sepsis with lung and liver abscesses.


BACKGROUND Extrapelvic infections complicating cervical conization are exceedingly rare. CASE Seven days after conization, a 44-year-old patient presented with fever and right upper quadrant pain. Pleural effusion and pulmonary and hepatic abscesses were detected. The pathology report of the conization showed microabscesses. Blood cultures grew… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/LGT.0b013e3181c7104e



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@article{Treszezamsky2010CervicalCC, title={Cervical conization complicated by sepsis with lung and liver abscesses.}, author={Alejandro Daniel Treszezamsky and Maria Florencia Molina Boero and I. K. Mehta}, journal={Journal of lower genital tract disease}, year={2010}, volume={14 2}, pages={130-3} }