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Treatment of osteitis pubis and osteomyelitis of the pubic symphysis in athletes: a systematic review
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    Mixed pathology and level 4 evidence does not provide an adequate systematic review

    I am afraid a little disappointed with this review. I take issue with the premise that osteitis pubis and osteomyelitis could possibly be considered in the same review. As correctly identified in the piece, one is acute and one chronic with different predisposing and underlying pathology. Further more, although the relevance of Level 4 evidence is challenged, there is little comment on either the diagnostic criteria, the...

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