Osteomyelitis in the well looking afebrile child

Ferguson, L. P.; Beattie, T. F.
June 2002
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);6/8/2002, Vol. 324 Issue 7350, p1380
Academic Journal
Presents two case studies in which children presented limps resulting from trauma, but were actually found to have osteomyelitis. Commonality of musculoskeletal pain and limp in children; Details of each case; How acute haematogenous osteomyelitis is the most common presentation of osteomyelitis in children.


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