Medical vs Surgical Management of Joint Septic Arthritis

08:00 EDT 3 May 2019 | Medscape

Is medical management with closed-needle aspiration usually sufficient treatment for native joint septic arthritis, or is surgical management necessary?
Southern Medical Journal

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