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NON-SPINAL PSOAS ABSCESS.

BAER, WM. S.; BENNETT, GEO. E.; NACHLAS, I. WM.
The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery: July 1923
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In conclusion, we desire to call attention to the facts, first, that there exists a large group of cases of psoas abscesses which originate from sources other than spinal or pelvic bone involvement; second, that lymphadenitis of the retroperitoneal lymph glands exists with either a tuberculous or a septic organism as the infecting agent; and third, that these conditions are to be clearly differentiated from spine or hip involvement.

(C) 1923 All Rights Reserved.The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Inc.

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