Severe Pott disease with multiple muscular and subcutaneous abscesses
Back pain and palpable masses.
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L1/L2 disk loss with endplate erosions and sclerosis and mild focal kyphosis. Collections (some of which are partially calcified) in the paraspinal region of lower thorax, right psoas muscle which decompresses into the posterior right flank subcutaneous tissues through a thin tract resulting in a very large collection, left psoas and iliacus muscles with extension into the left presacral space resulting is osteomyelitis. Mild bilateral striated nephrograms.
Dramatic presentation of advanced Pott disease with characteristic cold abscess with partial calcifications involving the subligamentous, muscular and subcutaneous distributions and with left sacral osteomyelitis.