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Phlegmon is a spreading diffuse inflammation process with formation of suppurative/purulent exudate or pus. This is the result of acute purulent inflammation which is due to bacterial infection. An example would be phlegmon of diverticulitis. In this case a patient would present to the emergen...
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Medications mentioned with Phlegmon
Medications most frequently discussed with Phlegmon
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