Multifocal skeletal TB or disseminated bone TB

Jaiswal, Anuj; Nigam, Vishal; Jain, Vineet; Kapoor, Sudhir; Dhaon, B. K.
July 2006
Tropical Doctor;Jul2006, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p178
Academic Journal
journal article
The article offers information on multifocal skeletal tuberculosis (TB) or disseminated bone TB. Multifocal skeletal tuberculosis is defined as osteoarticular lesions that occur simultaneously at two or more locations. The researchers present radiological findings in two cases of multifocal osteoarticular TB. Differential diagnoses of such lesions can include metastatic disease, eosinophilic granuloma, or lymphoma.


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