Pyogenic tenosynovitis is an uncommon condition in children, and there are few published case reports. We present a series of 11 cases who were treated in the Geneva Children Hospital in the last 10 years. Kingella kingae was the main pathogen, and the characteristics of infection (inflammatory indices, clinical findings and severity) are similar to other osteoarticular K. kingae infections in infants.
From the *Pediatric Emergency Service, and †Pediatric Orthopedic Service, Child and Adolescent Department, University Hospitals of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland.
Accepted for publication March 9, 2017.
The authors have no funding or conflicts of interest to disclose.
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