Experimental septic arthritis in rabbits treated by a combination of antibiotic and steroid drugs.

@article{Wysenbeek1996ExperimentalSA,
  title={Experimental septic arthritis in rabbits treated by a combination of antibiotic and steroid drugs.},
  author={A. J. Wysenbeek and Marina Leitman and Minoli Amit and Gili Lushkov and David Robinson and Ida Boldur and Zvi Nevo},
  journal={Clinical and experimental rheumatology},
  year={1996},
  volume={14 5},
  pages={507-12}
}
OBJECTIVES Intraarticular steroid injection is traditionally contraindicated during acute septic arthritis. However, there is abundant evidence which proves that the damage to the joint is not only due to the direct effect of bacteria, but also to the local protective mechanisms evoked by the organism. There is, therefore, theoretical justification for a… CONTINUE READING