Sacroiliac tuberculosis - A neglected differential in refractory low back pain - Our series of 35 patients.

  • Jatin Prakash
  • Published 2014 in Journal of clinical orthopaedics and trauma

Abstract

INTRODUCTION Osteo-articular tuberculosis accounts for 1-3% of which 5-8% involves sacro-illiac joint. Isolated sacroiliac involvement is very rare. It usually presents as vague back pain. Plain radiographs are often inconclusive. Due to rarity of lesion, vague symptoms and non-conclusive X-rays the diagnosis is further delayed. We present a series of 35… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcot.2014.07.008

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