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Fever, elevated serum white blood cell count associated with septic wrist

06 Jul 2017
Recently published results showed fever and an elevated serum white blood cell count were associated with the diagnosis of septic arthritis of the wrist. John D. Jennings, MD, and colleagues retrospectively reviewed 892 patients who presented wi...

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