X-ray bone scan, MRI. There are few tests will do that one is x-ray but this appear in later stages, bone scan is better because it appear early. Mri another test also could be used.
Osteomyelitis. A bone infection, can be diagnosed by x-ray but it can take 1-2 weeks for changes to be seen. Both MRI and bone scans are positive earlier. Many times, at least in acute osteomyelitis, blood cultures will be positive. Staphylococci are among the most common bacteria in this infection.
During my bone infection (staff) I was put on vancomycyn 6 weeks but I truly believe this infection has spread thru my body IV got to hospitals but they find "no"infection, in my heart I know what I feel what kind of test should be given in order to c what
Staph. Was it MRSA or regular staph? An echocaridogram can find infectious vegetations if your doctor and you concur that there is a need.
Let explain to you. Osteomyelitis (osteo- derived from the greek word osteon, meaning bone, myelo- meaning marrow, and -itis meaning inflammation) simply means an infection of the bone or bone marrow. It can be usefully subclassified on the basis of the causative organism (pyogenic bacteria or mycobacteria), the route, duration and anatomic location of the infection. It is the bone you have infection in the tonsiles.
Infections of Bone. The term is osteomyelitis and implies that the organism responsible has gotten into bony tissue beneath the periosteum, which is a thin tissue protective layer on the outside of bone.
6 weeks. Bone infections can last for up to six weeks.
Bone infection. It can be permanent if left untreated.
Very serious. Osteomyeolitis is a very serious condition that requires 6 or more weeks of I.V. Antibiotics. This is not something to ignore or hope that it gets better on its own.
Extremely. Bone infections can be extremely serious leading to limb loss or death by sepsis.
Osteomyelitis/Bone I. Osteomylitis is the medical name for bone infection and it is considered a very serious infection often requiring intravenous antibiotics and some time surgery. You can loose a limb and rarely it can be fatal. It may be caused by different bacteria like staphylococci 80%, srep pneumonia and others. It may also be a complication of tuberculosis. It can be acute or chronic.