Pediatric osteomyelitis masquerading as skeletal neoplasia.


Osteomyelitis has many forms of presentation in the pediatric age group. From neonatal osteomyelitis, with a paucity of clinical symptoms and signs, to the more typical acute hematogenous form or even the subacute or chronic presentations, a high index of suspicion is needed to institute appropriate investigations and treatment. 


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