Pott's Spine with Bilateral Psoas Abscesses

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Masavkar, Sanjeevani; Shanbag, Preeti; Inamdar, Prithi;

A high degree of suspicion and appropriate imaging studies are required for the early diagnosis of Pott's spine. We describe a 4-year-old boy with Pott's disease of the lumbar spine with bilateral psoas abscesses. The child responded to conservative treatment with antit... View more
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