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  1. John Jossef

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    I think it is a Pott's disease of the Spine..even causing lytic lesion in advanced cases..thus lysis of the lateral pedical.
     

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    lytic of spine, caused by tuberculosis??
     

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    pott's disease..
     

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    A : Vetebral osteomyelitis
     

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