Clinical and pathological feature of bone marrow granulomas:A modern Australian series
Introduction: Marrow granulomas have been commonly associated with mycobacterial infections, prompting extensive investigations in some cases where they are found, but in the setting of changing infectious epidemiology, there is a lack of recent data to guide the search for probable causes. Methods: A retrospective case series examining the clinical and pathological findings in all cases where marrow granulomas were reported over a 10-year period at The Canberra Hospital, Australia. Results: Of...[Show more]
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