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Volume 10, Number 9—September 2004

Letter

Streptococcus iniae Discitis in Singapore

Tse Hsien Koh*Comments to Author , Asok Kurup*, and John Chen*
Author affiliations: *Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

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Magnetic resonance imaging scan of spine showing features compatible with discitis involving L3/L4 with surrounding paravertebral and psoas inflammation and epidural abscess.

Figure. Magnetic resonance imaging scan of spine showing features compatible with discitis involving L3/L4 with surrounding paravertebral and psoas inflammation and epidural abscess.

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