Brucellosis infection in humans is very rare in the United States. Occasional cases are identified primarily in individuals who have been exposed to an animal's raw dairy products. Presented is a rare case of human brucellosis involving the cervical spine. Of interest is how the case unfolds, reminding the practitioner of the need for thorough clinical practice. A review of clinical features and findings is offered.
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