Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Q: Name at least 3 joints which are mostly involved and actually may be first clinical clue of septic arthritis secondary to endocarditis?

  • Sacroiliac 
  • Pubic
  • Manubriosternal 
Osteo-Articular-Infection in  Infective endocarditis  may involve vertebrae, stemoclavicular joint, sacroiliac joint, knees, and wrist joints. Interestingly, many times, they are the first clinical findings in infective Endocarditis

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