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Infektionen des Fußes

  • M. Walther
  • C. Hendrich
  • C. Rader

Zusammenfassung

Noch vor 50 Jahren waren es überwiegend spezifische Erreger (wie Mykobakterien), die nicht beherrschbare Knocheninfektionen am Fuß auslösten und nicht selten zur Amputation führten. Heute sind es fast ausschließlich unspezifische Infekte (Staphylokokken, Streptokokken, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Enterokokken usw.) die eine Osteomyelitis oder Ostitis auslösen. Die moderne Antibiotikatherapie, das bessere Verständnis von Infektionen und damit die Möglichkeiten der gezielten chirurgischen Sanierung haben dazu geführt, dass Amputationen aufgrund von Infektionen in den letzten 50 Jahren kontinuierlich zurückgegangen sind [7].

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  • M. Walther
  • C. Hendrich
  • C. Rader

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