Pyogenic brain abscess.

@article{Erdoan2008PyogenicBA,
  title={Pyogenic brain abscess.},
  author={Ersin Erdoğan and Tufan Cansever},
  journal={Neurosurgical focus},
  year={2008},
  volume={24 6},
  pages={
          E2
        }
}
Brain abscesses have been one of the most challenging lesions, both for surgeons and internists. From the beginning of the computed tomography (CT) era, the diagnosis and treatment of these entities have become easier and less invasive. The outcomes have become better with the improvement of diagnostic techniques, neurosurgery, and broad-spectrum antibiotics. Atypical bacterial abscesses are more often due to chemotherapy usage in oncology, long life expectancy in patients with human… CONTINUE READING

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