Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, ISSN - 0973 - 709X

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Case report
Table of Contents - Year : 2016 | Month : June | Volume : 10 | Issue : 6 | Page : SD03 - SD04

Eosinophilia in an Acutely Limping Child: An Easy Guess of Rare Systemic Aetiology! SD03-SD04

Harshita Sharma, Santosh Venketraman Kondekar, Maaz Ahmed, Surbhi Rathi

Correspondence
Dr. Santosh Kondekar,
Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, First Floor, TN Medical College Mumbai-400008, India.
E-mail: drkondekar@gmail.com

Painful limping child is often considered due to septic arthritis. Iliopsoas abscess (IPA) is rare in adults and children. The aetiology is often related to tuberculosis of spine. Hereby we report a case of staphylococcal IPA where incidental evaluations led to obvious diagnosis of a rare primary immunodeficiency syndrome called Job syndrome or hyperimmunoglobulin E and Eosinophilia Syndrome (HIES). This was the first case of IPA in a case of immunodeficiency syndrome including HIES.