Articles | Volume 8, issue 5
https://doi.org/10.5194/jbji-8-209-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/jbji-8-209-2023
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12 Oct 2023
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Should treatment decisions in septic arthritis of the native hip joint be based on the route of infection?

Fred Ruythooren, Stijn Ghijselings, Jordi Cools, Melissa Depypere, Paul De Munter, Willem-Jan Metsemakers, and Georges Vles

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A total of 41 patients who underwent surgical treatment for septic arthritis (SA) of the native hip were studied. We show that patients with SA of the native hip can be divided in three distinct clinical subgroups based on route of infection. Route of infection is directly related to the chance of femoral head preservation and should, therefore, be the basis for decision-making. Only patients with blood-borne infections in an undamaged hip had a reasonable chance of femoral head preservation.