Clinical Communication to the Editor| Volume 131, ISSUE 9, e381-e382, September 2018

Psoas Abscess Associated with Pubic Symphysis Osteomyelitis

      Infectious osteitis pubis is often diagnosed as sterile osteitis pubis, so this diagnosis requires a high level of suspicion.
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