A 48 year-old male with a past medical history of gout,

degenerative disc disease, and T cell lymphoma treated

with chemotherapy and autologous peripheral blood

stem cell transplant, currently in remission, presented

seven days status-post a non-myeloablative allogeneic

transplant with an acute onset of excruciating left hip

and groin pain and a low-grade fever. The physical exam

did not reveal any obvious cause of his extreme pain.