Cat-scratch disease (CSD). Granulomas in the liver and spleen - CT Scan
Sagittal CT scan with contrast enhancement. A 7-year-old-female patient. Noticeable are masses of various sizes in the liver and spleen of up to 37 mm in diameter. A disseminated infection occurs in 5-10% of cases, manifesting as multiple granulomas in the liver and spleen. Cat-scratch disease (CSD) is a consequence of zoonotic bacterial infection, which is caused by the Bartonella henselae bacteria. It is typically elicited by a scratch of a cat.
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