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Treatment of Septic Joint Based on Location

     - open joint injuries
- septic knee
- septic hip:
- pediatric septic hip
- adult hip:
- references:
- Sepsis of the hip in paraplegic patients.
- Hematogenous septic arthritis of the adult hip.
- Ruptured aneurysm of the common iliac artery as a cause of unilateral hip pain
- SI Joint:
- references:
- Pyogenic arthritis of the sacro-iliac joint. Long-term follow-up.
- Disorders of the sacro-iliac joint in children.
- Pyogenic sacroiliitis in children.
- Aspiration of infected sarco-iliac joints.
- Pyogenic sacroiliac joint infection.
- Pyogenic arthritis of the sacroiliac joint in pediatric patients.
- The Early Diagnosis of Sacroiliac Joint Infections in Children.
- Septic Sacroiliitis in Children.

- septic shoulder:
              - in the study by Bos CFA, et al (1999), 8 children (10 shoulders) were followed after shoulder sepsis;
- shoulders were treated with IV Atb, aspiration, and in two cases by arthrotomy;
- at follow up, 5 out of 10 shoulders had a full range of motion;
- one patient had shortening of 10 cm;
- functional loss was minimal in this series of patients;
- references:
- Percutaneous catheter drainage of septic shoulder joint.
- Pyogenic arthritis of the shoulder in adults.
- Septic arthritis of the shoulder in adults.
- Late sequelae of neonatal septic arthritis of the shoulder.
- Septic arthritis of the shoulder in children in Malawi. A randomised, prospective study of aspiration versus arthrotomy and washout.
                    - Septic arthritis of the glenohumeral joint. A report of 11 cases and review of the literature.
- septic wrist:
              - references:
- Septic arthritis of the wrist.
- septic SC joint:
              - Sternoclavicular joint infection in hemodialysis patients.
- Sternoclavicular osteomyelitis and pyoarthrosis as a complication of subclavian vein catheterization: Orthopedics 1984;7:1017-1021.
- ankle joint:
              - Septic arthritis of the ankle joint
- Hematogenous septic ankle arthritis.
- Septic arthritis of the right ankle caused by Staphylococcus aureus infection in a rheumatoid arthritis patient treated with etanercept.
- Fusion of the septic ankle: experience with 15 cases using hybrid external fixation