Hello, according to your description, you may be chronic osteomyelitis. It can have the following complications:
1. Malformation: As the epiphysis is stimulated by inflammation, the affected limb grows excessively and becomes longer, or the bone plate is destroyed, affecting the development. As a result, the limb is shortened, the side of the epiphyseal plate is damaged, and the development is asymmetrical, causing the joint to be inverted. Or valgus deformity; due to soft tissue scar contracture, can also cause flexion deformity.
2. Joint rigidity
As the infection spreads into the joint, the articular cartilage surface is destroyed, making the joint fibrotic or bony.
Sinus ostium skin can be combined with cancer due to continuous stimulation, usually squamous cell carcinoma.
Therefore, you need to actively treat the cause of the primary lesion.