Fournier's gangrene is an acute, rapidly progressive, and potentially fatal, infective necrotizing fasciitis affecting the external genitalia, perineal or perianal regions. Lemierre's syndrome is a condition characterized by thrombophlebitis of the internal jugular vein and bacteremia caused by primarily anaerobic organisms, following a recent oropharyngeal infection. Although the literature about either of them is rich, there is no report about co-appearance of the two syndromes. We present the case of a young healthy female patient who suffered concomitantly from Fournier's gangrene and Lemierre's syndrome after minor surgery. © Theodoros Aslanidis et al.




T., A., A., M., & M., G.-P. (2014). Management of a young female patient with Fournier’s gangrene and Lemierre’s syndrome. Pan African Medical Journal, 18, 275. https://doi.org/10.11604/pamj.2014.18.275.4602 LK  - http://up7af9tu5s.scholar.serialssolutions.com?sid=EMBASE&sid=EMBASE&issn=19378688&id=doi:10.11604%2Fpamj.2014.18.275.4602&atitle=Management+of+a+young+female+patient+with+Fournier%27s+gangrene+and+Lemierre%27s+syndrome&stitle=Pan+Afr.+Med.+J.&title=Pan+African+Medical+Journal&volume=18&issue=&spage=275&epage=&aulast=Aslanidis&aufirst=Theodoros&auinit=T.&aufull=Aslanidis+T.&coden=&isbn=&pages=275-&date=2014&auinit1=T&auinitm=

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