Nonspinal tuberculous osteomyelitis in children.

Abstract

Tuberculous osteomyelitis is uncommon in children but its incidence seems to have increased in our hospital recently. From April 1984 to December 1994, we treated 12 children with this problem. Three cases were diagnosed in the first 7 years and nine cases in the latter 4 years. Primary spinal lesion was excluded. There were seven boys and five girls, with… (More)

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