Gastroenterology

P098 FROM OLD BUMP TO BONE INFECTION: A CASE OF BRODIE'S ABSCESS IN A CROHN'S PATIENT




Brodie’s abscess is an uncommon variant of subacute osteomyelitis leading to a contained infectious focus within a bone. It classically occurs in young people with a history of trauma to the affected bone. We present a case of a Brodie’s abscess in a 52-year-old Crohn’s patient on dual immunosuppressive therapy.

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