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Bacterial pyomyositis in a patient with aplastic anaemia.
  1. R. Mitsuyasu,
  2. R. P. Gale

    Abstract

    Bacterial pyomyositis is common in the tropids but is rare in temperate climates. A patient with aplastic anaemia who had never left the continental United States developed bacterial pyomyositis secondary to Staphylococcus aureus which responded to antibiotics and surgical drainage. Bacterial pyomyositis should be considered in the differential diagnosis of fever and myalgias in the immunocompromised patient.

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