Case Report| Volume 19, ISSUE 3, PB9, March 2018

When Back Pain Is Not Benign: A Case of Spinal Osteomyelitis and Diskitis

      Back pain is a common complaint in the post acute and long term case setting. The most common causes include musculoskeletal pain and degenerative disease, but back pain may also be secondary to more serious causes, such as malignancy and infection.
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