Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, March 30th, 1998
"Tuberculous cervical spondylitis should be suspected in every child with low grade fever, anorexia, neck or back pain, swelling, abnormal posture and a positive tuberculin skin test, especially if the child comes from a high incidence geographic area for tuberculosis," Carlos Severien and colleagues from Germany's University of Lubeck wrote ("Osteomyelitis of the Lower Cervical Spine Caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis," The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, February...
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