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Jonathan S. Luchs, MD


Case in Point: Acute Osteomyelitis: Radiographs Versus MRI

May 01, 2006

A 10-year-old boy with no medical history was brought to his pediatrician's office with a 2-day history of intermittent fever (temperature of 38.8°C to 39.4°C [102°F to 103°F]). Physical examination results were unremarkable. There was no history of recent trauma. The child was sent home with analgesic therapy.