Sacroiliac joint syndrome.

@article{Slipman2001SacroiliacJS,
  title={Sacroiliac joint syndrome.},
  author={Curtis W. Slipman and W S Whyte and David W. Chow and L Y Chou and David A. Lenrow and M Ellen},
  journal={Pain physician},
  year={2001},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={143-52}
}
The sacroiliac joint has long been considered to be a potential source of low back and/or buttock pain with or without lower extremity symptoms. Until recently, supportive evidence for this disorder has been empirical as it was solely derived from information garnered from patients who obtained successful treatment for a constellation of signs, symptoms and examination findings believed to be indicative of sacroiliac joint syndrome. Due to this fallacious reasoning, successful treatment denotes… CONTINUE READING

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