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Middle aged man with Type B aortic dissection. Underwent successful endovascular stenting. 2 weeks later developed fever and back pain. What happened ??

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Comment by Michele Anzidei on November 5, 2008 at 2:03pm
Very good: periprotesic infection with spondilodiscitis and vetebral fracture !
Comment by M Taharul Alam on November 5, 2008 at 10:58am
DV8-DV10 are showing anterior wedging causing focal gibbus formation. The same vertebral bodies as well as DV11 and upper endplate of DV12 are showing sclerosis. Disk spaces are maintained. But the history and clinical findings suggestive of pyogenic collapse rather than traumatic.

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