Primary iliopsoas abscess in a neonate: A diagnostic dilemma

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  • Soumyodhriti Ghosh Abhishek Child Care Hospitals, Jamshedpur.
  • Abhijit Kundu Abhishek Child Care Hospitals, Jamshedpur.
  • Padma Lochan Rath Abhishek Child Care Hospitals, Jamshedpur.
  • Abhishek Kumar Abhishek Child Care Hospitals, Jamshedpur.

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https://doi.org/10.47338/jns.v9.525

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Author Biographies

Soumyodhriti Ghosh, Abhishek Child Care Hospitals, Jamshedpur.

Consultant, Pediatric Surgery

Abhijit Kundu, Abhishek Child Care Hospitals, Jamshedpur.

Consultant, General Surgery

Padma Lochan Rath, Abhishek Child Care Hospitals, Jamshedpur.

Consultant, Anesthesiology

Abhishek Kumar, Abhishek Child Care Hospitals, Jamshedpur.

Consultant, Pediatrics

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Schut JM, Meradji M, Oranje AP, Bergmeijer JH, Schuller JL. Double-sided psoas abscess in a young infant: sonographic and radiographic findings. Pediatric radiology. 1988; 18:176-7.

Ishibashi H, Oshio T, Sogami T, Nii A, Mori H, Yada K, et al. Iliopsoas abscess in an infant. J Med Inv. 2014; 61:213-6.

Patel R, Pimpalwar A, Hutton K. Primary neonatal iliopsoas abscess. J Pediatr Surg Case Rep. 2013; 1:11-3.

Mondal R, Sarkar S. Spondylodiscitis with primary psoas abscess in a neonate. Ind Pediatr. 2012; 49:681.

Horiuchi A, Kameoka K, Kuwabara J, Watanabe Y, Kawakami S, Tauchi H, et al. Neonatal iliopsoas abscess. Pediatr Int. 2012; 54:712-4.

Published

2020-07-29

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Ghosh S, Kundu A, Rath PL, Kumar A. Primary iliopsoas abscess in a neonate: A diagnostic dilemma. J Neonatal Surg [Internet]. 2020Jul.29 [cited 2020Oct.26];9:10. Available from: https://www.jneonatalsurg.com/ojs/index.php/jns/article/view/jns-525

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