Case report| Volume 28, ISSUE 7, P489-490, September 1997

A case of traumatic myositis of the psoas in a gymnast

  • J. Stabler
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    Radiology Department, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gayton Road, King's Lynn, Norfolk, UK
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