Spondylodiscitis with large psoas abscess
Backache, weakness in both legs and difficulty in walking.
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Mild weding with erosions of L1 and L2 vertebral bodies. Abnormal marrow signal lesion involving the D11 to L4 vertebral bodies.
Anterior epidural abscess / granulation tissue at D12 vertebra to L2-L3 disc level.
Fairly large left psoas muscle abscess.
Prevertebral and paravertebral abscesses.
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- Vilar FC, Neves FF, Colares JK et-al. [Spinal tuberculosis (Pott's disease) associated to psoas abscess: report of two cases and a literature review]. Rev. Soc. Bras. Med. Trop. 39 (3): 278-82. Rev. Soc. Bras. Med. Trop. (link) - Pubmed citation