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From: The effectiveness of a percutaneous endoscopic approach in a patient with psoas and epidural abscess accompanied by pyogenic spondylitis: a case report

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Magnetic resonance images of the lumbar vertebra before surgery. T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging a L4–5 level, b sagittal view, and c coronal gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging showing psoas, epidural, and paravertebral abscesses. The short white arrow shows the location of psoas abscess and the long white arrow shows the pathway of percutaneous endoscopy to the psoas abscess. The third vertebra is enhanced by gadolinium and diagnosed as pyogenic spondylitis (c)

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