Case Report

Symphysis Pubis Osteomyelitis: An Uncommon Complication after Robotic Assisted Radical Prostatectomy—Case Description with Literature Review

Figure 1

MRI axial imaging of the pelvis and thighs using the SPIR (Spectral Presaturation with Inversion Recovery) hybrid fat suppression technique. (a) Increased bone marrow signal with enhancement involving the symphysis pubis (arrow) consistent with osteomyelitis and moderate surrounding soft tissue edema. (b) A multiloculated fluid collection (arrow), with rim enhancement, within the right adductor muscle, measuring .7 cm.