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Article Dans Une Revue Surgery Today Année : 2008

Recurrent liver abscess secondary to ingested fish bone migration: report of a case.

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Olivier Scatton
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Stéphane Silvera
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Guillaume Afanou
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Olivier Soubrane
Olivier Vignaux
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Paul Legmann
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Pyogenic liver abscess is an unusual cause of fever and abdominal pain, but it is potentially fatal. It is rarely caused by a local event, but rather by hematogenous dissemination or biliary tract disease. We report an uncommon case of liver abscess caused by the migration of a fish bone through the gastrointestinal wall.

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hal-00738338 , version 1 (04-10-2012)

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Frédéric Clarençon, Olivier Scatton, Eric Bruguière, Stéphane Silvera, Guillaume Afanou, et al.. Recurrent liver abscess secondary to ingested fish bone migration: report of a case.. Surgery Today, 2008, 38 (6), pp.572-5. ⟨10.1007/s00595-007-3670-x⟩. ⟨hal-00738338⟩
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