A Case of Primary Iliopsoas Abscess Presented as Femoral Neuropathy in a Hemodialysis Patient

@inproceedings{Lee2004ACO,
  title={A Case of Primary Iliopsoas Abscess Presented as Femoral Neuropathy in a Hemodialysis Patient},
  author={June-Sang Lee and Dong-Gu Kang and Sang-Yeol Shin and Jae-Ho Yoon and Young-Il Jo and Seong-Eun Koh and Young-Beom Yoo and Hae-Jeong Jeon and Choon-Jo Jin and Jong-Oh Song},
  year={2004}
}
Primary iliopsoas abscess is a rare but potentially serious condition. The diagnosis is frequently delayed due to its variable and nonspecific features and occult clinical course. The delayed diagnosis and treatment of iliopsoas abscess is the major poor prognostic factor. We report a rare case of primary iliopsoas abscess that presented as a femoral neuropathy in a patient on hemodialysis. A 49-year-old man with end stage renal disease was admitted due to pain in the left inguinal area, and… CONTINUE READING

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