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Volume 13, Number 8—August 2007

Letter

Osteomyelitis of Parietal Bone in Melioidosis

Nina G. Miksić*Comments to Author , Nadja Alikadić†, Tatjana Z. Lejko†, Alenka Andlovic‡, Jernej Knific†, and Janez Tomažič†
Author affiliations: *General Hospital Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia; †University Medical Center Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia; ‡University Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia;

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Axial nonenhanced computed tomography showing moth-eaten appearance of right parietal bone characteristic of osteomyelitis.

Figure. Axial nonenhanced computed tomography showing moth-eaten appearance of right parietal bone characteristic of osteomyelitis.

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