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Sternal Tuberculosis

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Sachdeva R, Sachdeva S, Arora S

Extraâ????pulmonary tuberculosis constitutes 15â????20% of total tuberculosis (TB) case load in immunoâ????competent patients. Affliction of the skeletal system is rare with still rarer presentation of sternal osteomyelitis even in endemic countries. A patient with primary sternal TB presenting with multiple cutaneous sinuses over the anterior chest wall is being reported. A high element of suspicion is needed more so in resource limited setting for early diagnosis and treatment.


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