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References 1. Hsiao C.T., Weng H.H., Yuan Y.D., Chen C.T. & Chen I.C. (2008). Predictors of mortality in patients with necrotizing fasciitis. Am J Emerg Med. 26(2), 170-175. DOI: 10.1016/j. ajem.2007.04.023 2. Ngan V. (2013). Necrotising fasciitis, http:// html, Created 2003. Last updated 29 Apr 2013, Accessed 24 December 2013 3. Speers D. & Shurr D. (2001). Necrotizing Fasciitis: An Overview. Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics. 13(3), 83-86 4. Bisno A.L. & Stevens D.L. (1996). Streptococcal infections of skin

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. Figure 2 (a) CT scan showing massive infestation of the bilateral thoracic wall with sucutaneous emphysema. (b) CT scan showing massive myolysis of the left thigh with subcutaneous emphysema. The diagnosis of necrotizing fasciitis and gas gangrene was considered, and emergent surgical consultation was obtained. Despite immediate intravenous antibiotherapy (clindamycin, amoxycillin–clavulanate acid, and amikacin 25 mg/kg), abundant perfusions of crystalloid and colloid fluids, and blood transfusions, the situation deteriorated rapidly necessitating instauration of

, and ankle ulcer, but the abovementioned symptoms are unspecific. Given that pathogenic bacteria can be spread rapidly, early disease diagnosis is crucial to save the patient’s life. Diagnosis relies on the biopsy of the affected tissue, which is represented by a wide, zonal, and membrane-free hyphae. The main treatments include controlling diabetes, removing necrotic bone tissue, and applying antifungal treatments, such as amphotericin B [ 16 , 17 ]. 2.2.3 Necrotizing fasciitis Necrotizing fasciitis is considered as a serious soft tissue infection that leads to

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. Injection therapy for sub acute and chronic low back pain: an update Cochrane review. Spine 2009; 34: 49-59. 21. Verfaillie G, Knape S, Corne I. A case of fatal necrotizing fasciitis after intramuscular administration of diclofenac. Eur J Emerg Med 2002; 9: 270-273. 22. Schabitz WR, Berger C, Knauth M, Meinick HM, Steiner T. Hypoxic brain damage after intramuscular self-injection of diclofenac for acute low back pain. Eur J Anasthesiol 2001; 18: 763-765. 23. Švab, Petek Šter M, Kersnik J, Živčec Kalan G, Car J. Presečna študija o delu zdravnikov splošne medicine v