Recurrent sepsis

What is Recurrent sepsis?

It is the bacterial infection in bloodstream with repeat episodes. Indicates source not effectively treated or compromised individual prone to bacterial attacks.

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Over 6 months ago a lump formed about an inch from my anus. Went to Dr. and he said it was a clogged gland in the ring of lubricant around the...

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From your history it appears that you are suffering from recurrent perianal sepsis. You need to get evaluated by a general surgeon / Anorectal...

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