[Pubic symphysitis secondary to fistula. Physiopathological hypothesis].

@article{Laroche1995PubicSS,
  title={[Pubic symphysitis secondary to fistula. Physiopathological hypothesis].},
  author={Fabrice Laroche and Serge Perrot and Charles Jo{\"e}l Menkes},
  journal={Presse medicale},
  year={1995},
  volume={24 20},
  pages={939-40}
}
Symphysitis of the pubis due to Streptococcus occurred after endoscopic resection of the prostate in a 69-year-old man. Despite a well conducted antibiotic regimen, signs persisted one year later and required arthrography that showed a prostato-symphysis fistula. This procedure might be used to find an explanation of certain persistent cases of symphysitis… CONTINUE READING