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Bone and joint tuberculosis: phthisis changes course
  1. David J. Gawkrodger,
  2. R. B. Cole


    Eighteen cases of bone and joint tuberculosis occurred in North Staffordshire between 1976 and 1980. The immigrant population is small and the disease was commonest in whites over 60 years old. There were only three cases of spinal tuberculosis. A lack of uniformity was found in the chemotherapeutic regimens used.

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