J. -L. Kuntz

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Percutaneous injection of methylmethacrylate is now increasingly employed to treat bone lesions, both malignant and benign. However, the risks of this procedure are still to be fully established. In this report, we describe a case of rapid chondrolysis appearing after the intra-articular leakage of cement during injection of an acetabular subchondral cyst,(More)
A 69-year old farmer developed Aspergillus myositis in the right psoas and paravertebral muscles extending to the retroperitoneum and the fifth lumbar vertebra. The infection appeared after two local instillations of steroid for back pain. Although the patient was not immunocompromised, surgical drainage and antifungal therapy failed to cure him; he died of(More)
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