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A case of relapsing Salmonella osteomyelitis in a thalassaemia trait patient

By F. Rayan, C. Mukundan and D. D. Shukla


We report a case of chronic relapsing osteomyelitis caused by Salmonella Stanley in a β-thalassaemia trait patient who is otherwise normal. The importance of obtaining definitive bacteriological diagnosis and timely intervention to treat bone infection effectively is emphasised here

Topics: Case Report
Publisher: Springer Milan
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