ABCES DU PSOAS D'ORIGINE TUBERCULEUSE SANS SPONDYLODISCITE VISIBLE. A PROPOS D'UN CAS

Translated title of the contribution: Psoas abscess of tuberculous origin without visible vertebral lesions. A case report

O. Berges, Ch Sassoon, A. Roche, D. Vanel

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Abstract

Though seen with diminishing frequency, psoas abscesses of tuberculous origin are usually secondary to vertebral lesions. The absence of radiologically detectable bone lesions should not exclude the diagnosis, however, as these abscesses can be associated with sub-ligamentary spinal lesions. A case is reported of a psoas abscess of tuberculous origin revealed by a voluminous retroperitoneal mass, without visible signs of any bone lesion. The results of the different examinations conducted are presented.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)467-470
Number of pages4
JournalJournal de Radiologie
Volume62
Issue number8-9
Publication statusPublished - 1981

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Berges, O., Sassoon, C., Roche, A., & Vanel, D. (1981). ABCES DU PSOAS D'ORIGINE TUBERCULEUSE SANS SPONDYLODISCITE VISIBLE. A PROPOS D'UN CAS. Journal de Radiologie, 62(8-9), 467-470.

ABCES DU PSOAS D'ORIGINE TUBERCULEUSE SANS SPONDYLODISCITE VISIBLE. A PROPOS D'UN CAS. / Berges, O.; Sassoon, Ch; Roche, A.; Vanel, D.

In: Journal de Radiologie, Vol. 62, No. 8-9, 1981, p. 467-470.

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Berges, O, Sassoon, C, Roche, A & Vanel, D 1981, 'ABCES DU PSOAS D'ORIGINE TUBERCULEUSE SANS SPONDYLODISCITE VISIBLE. A PROPOS D'UN CAS', Journal de Radiologie, vol. 62, no. 8-9, pp. 467-470.
Berges, O. ; Sassoon, Ch ; Roche, A. ; Vanel, D. / ABCES DU PSOAS D'ORIGINE TUBERCULEUSE SANS SPONDYLODISCITE VISIBLE. A PROPOS D'UN CAS. In: Journal de Radiologie. 1981 ; Vol. 62, No. 8-9. pp. 467-470.
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