Rare bone marrow biopsy complication: a challenging case of sacroiliitis and Staphilococcus aureus sepsis

Abstract

Bone marrow biopsy is a mandatory procedure to diagnose several hematological disorders. This invasive analysis is generally safe and the procedure-related risks are rare and include bleeding at the site of puncture and, very occasionally, local infections. Here, we describe a case of sacroiliitis that occurred as a consequence of bone marrow biopsy.

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Published
2016-03-31
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Case Reports
Keywords:
Bone marrow biopsy, sacroiliitis, infection.
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How to Cite
Morotti, A., Consiglio Barozzino, M., & Guerrasio, A. (2016). Rare bone marrow biopsy complication: a challenging case of sacroiliitis and Staphilococcus aureus sepsis. Clinics and Practice, 6(1). https://doi.org/10.4081/cp.2016.823