Osteomyelitis of bilateral great toes: iatrogenic complication of nerve conduction study

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A 16-year-old male with Allgrove’s syndrome presented to a pediatric clinic with bilateral great toe redness, swelling, and purulent drainage of 1-month duration. He had longstanding history of alacramia, achalasia, autonomic disturbances, and Addison’s disease consistent with diagnosis of Allgrove’s syndrome [1]. One year prior to his presentation, he… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s13760-015-0556-3

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