Diagnostic criteria for generalized osteoarthritis: a preliminary study in a population with knee osteoarthritis.


nd major role for S. aureus, which was involved in 60% to 100% f cases in earlier studies [1–10]). Atypical organisms may be ound [1,4]. In our study, blood cultures assisted in the diagnois in only one-third of the patients with septic bursitis, whereas ulturing fluid aspirated from the bursa provided the diagnosis n 87% of cases. The similarities in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jbspin.2011.04.002


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