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Justice O. Agyei, Jingxin Qiu and Andrew J. Fabiano

intramedullary spinal cord bacterial abscess, open drainage often results in decreased edema and symptom relief. 7 , 8 Unfortunately, in the patient presented here, the intraoperative findings suggested that the intrinsic spinal cord changes were due to an infiltrative process secondary to impaired immunity rather than a secondary compressive edema. Our experience suggests that the pathophysiological effects of an intramedullary spinal cord fungus ball are different from the process that occurs with an intramedullary spinal cord bacterial abscess and may require different

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-assisted closure in the prevention of postoperative infection in high-risk patients who underwent spine surgery: a proof-of-concept study Bailey A. Dyck 1, 3 MD Christopher S. Bailey 1, 2, 3 MD Chris Steyn 1, 3 MD Julia Petrakis 1, 4 PHC-NP (MN-PHC-NP) Jennifer C. Urquhart 1, 2 PhD Ruheksh Raj 1, 2 MD Parham Rasoulinejad 1, 2, 3 MD 09 2019 10 05 2019 31 3 430 439 10.3171/2019.2.SPINE18947 2019.2.SPINE18947 Fusarium species intramedullary spinal cord fungus ball: case report Justice O. Agyei 1, 2 MD Jingxin Qiu 3 MD, PhD Andrew J. Fabiano 1, 2 MD 09 2019 10 05 2019 31 3 440 446