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1A Rare Case of Pheohyphomycotic Lumbar Spondylodiscitis Mistreated as Koch’s Spine
Shakti A. Goel,Hitesh N. Modi,Yatin J. Desai,Harshal P. Thaker
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2Microstructural analysis of bony alterations in a historic case of actinomycosis
D. Schamall,E. Nebot Valenzuela,P. Pietschmann,S. Tangl,M. Edelmayer,T. Dobsak,M. Teschler-Nicola
International Journal of Paleopathology.2020;30()1
3Lumbosacral tuberculosis, a rare manifestation of Pott's disease – How identified human skeletons from the pre-antibiotic era can be used as reference cases to establish a palaeopathological diagnosis of tuberculosis
Olga Spekker,David R. Hunt,Kitty Király,Luca Kis,Ágota Madai,Csaba Szalontai,Erika Molnár,György Pálfi
4Spinal Intrathecal Actinomycosis Causes Multisegmental Root Failure: A Case Report
Yanying Wang,Xinyu Ren,Dongchao Shen,Chenhui Mao,Han Wang,Bin Peng,Jun Gao,Liying Cui
Frontiers in Neurology.2020;11()102287
5Lumbar vertebral osteomyelitis and psoas abscess caused by Actinomyces israelii after an operation under general anesthesia in a patient with end-stage renal disease: a case report
Yutaka Yamada,Chiharu Kinoshita,Hirokazu Nakagawa
Journal of Medical Case Reports.2019;13(1)102287
6An unusual case of childhood osteoarticular tuberculosis from the Árpádian Age cemetery of Gyorszentiván-Révhegyi tag (Gyor-Moson-Sopron county, Hungary)
Olga Spekker,Luca Kis,Andrea Deák,Eszter Makai,György Pálfi,Orsolya Anna Váradi,Erika Molnár,Mark Spigelman
PLOS ONE.2021;16(4)e0249939
7Actinomyces odontolyticus causing meningitis and cervical abscess
Hanish Jain,Garima Singh,Ambika Eranki
Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings.2021;34(4)492