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Iliopsoas tuberculous abscess associated with cervical and axillary tuberculous lymphadenopathy.

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Iliopsoas tuberculous abscess associated with cervical and axillary tuberculous lymphadenopathy.

BMJ Case Rep. 2011;2011

Authors: Latsios D, Chloros D, Spyratos D, Dagdilelis L, Sichletidis L

Abstract
The authors report a case of iliopsoas tuberculous abscess without obvious spinal column involvement. Cervical and axillary tuberculous lymphadenopathy were also presented. Despite appropriate antituberculous treatment, patient required percutaneous drainage with CT-guided catheter insertion.

PMID: 22693294 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

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