Diagnosis of osteomyelitis.


The early diagnosis of acute hematogenous osteomyelitis depends on a high index of suspicion whenever the physician is confronted with a child experiencing acute onset of bone pain or limited motion of an extremity, regardless of the presence or absence of signs of infection such as fever, local tenderness, redness, swelling or heat (Table 4). Early… (More)


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