Michael J Riste
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
RadiologySurgeryDermatologyMedical microbiologyYoung adultMedical historyWhole genome sequencingTuberculous meningitisJoint replacementWhipple's diseaseToxoplasmosisVisceral leishmaniasisProsthesisDiseaseBladder cancerLymph nodeProsthetic joint infectionOccupational exposureLearning from errorsMedicineComplicationSampling (statistics)
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#1Michael J Riste (University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust)H-Index: 3
#1Riste M (University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust)
Last. O'Shea Mk (University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust)
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BACKGROUND Joint replacement is an effective intervention and prosthetic joint infection (PJI) is one of the most serious complications of such surgery. Diagnosis of PJI is often complex and requires multiple modalities of investigation. We describe a rare cause of PJI which highlights these challenges and the role of whole-genome sequencing to achieve a rapid microbiological diagnosis to facilitate prompt and appropriate management. CASE PRESENTATION A 79-year-old man developed chronic hip pain...
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#2David Hobden (Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham)H-Index: 1
Last. James E. ScrivenH-Index: 11
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#2Michael J RisteH-Index: 3
Last. Ed MoranH-Index: 2
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Whipple's disease is considered an infection of middle-aged white men of European ancestry. Cases are rare and disproportionately associated with occupational exposure to soil or animals. We report the case of a man aged 22 years with no risk factors, erroneously diagnosed with, and treated for, toxoplasmosis on the basis of consistent lymph node histology. The correct diagnosis was delayed by the dramatic symptomatic improvement resulting from this therapy. Whipple's disease should be considere...
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#1Hayder HusseinH-Index: 1
#2Neil PhillipsH-Index: 3
Last. Michael J RisteH-Index: 3
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