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nbme24/Block 1/Question#18 (22.7 difficulty score)
A 34-year-old woman with a long history of ...
Tuberculous osteomyelitis🔍

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submitted by haliburton(191),
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bigjimbo  TB can spread to psoas L1-2 often, which then goes to the actual L1-L2 vertebrae itself (Potts or osteomyelitis) +2  

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submitted by diabetes(15),

this question they gave you the answer (osteomyelitis).

snripper  fck, am i retarded? +6  

most important thing in the stem is the fact that they are tanking an anti TNF-a drug = Tb