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Child has pain at the osteomyelitis site, has undergone surgery, recovered from fracture on the same site. What is the reason?

my son had ostomy telysis above left knee at the age of 8 years and he was operated.after recovery he had fracture at the same location that also joint by plaster and recovered. he was fine since last four years and now again had pain at the same location.we consulted few doctors all have different opinion.some are telling there is fracture rest are in opinion that infeaction reaccuring. can you please advise some thing on the subject
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Hi.. Osteomyelitis is infection of bone,... since the child is already operated for the same...
the chances of recurrence is less... the child must be clinically examined and evaluated....
only then the condition can be assesd ..

Take care..
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