Native Joint Septic Arthritis: Comparison of Outcomes with Medical and Surgical Management.

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Summary of "Native Joint Septic Arthritis: Comparison of Outcomes with Medical and Surgical Management."

To determine whether there are differences in the outcomes of native joint septic arthritis (SA) in adults, based on medical versus surgical management.


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Name: Southern medical journal
ISSN: 1541-8243
Pages: 238-243


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