Examples from the Web for osteomyelitis
The deformities resulting from osteomyelitis are more marked the earlier in life the disease occurs.
Osteomyelitis is the form most frequently met with in children.
The most common is an osteomyelitis commencing in the marrow exposed in a wound infected with pyogenic organisms.
Osteomyelitis is rare in the bones of the carpus and tarsus, and the associated joints are usually infected from the outset.
Fractures resulting from bone fragility of local origin as for example, tumors, osteomyelitis, aneurisms.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry|Maximilian Stern