A Human Parvovirus-Associated Arthritis: Arthrocentesis may Resolve Coxalgia

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We thank Dr. Yoshitaka Eguchi and Dr. Yoko Anami of the Division of Orthopedic Surgery, National Center for Child Health and Development for performing arthrocentesis.

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Imamura, T., Nakao, H., Yasukochi, M. et al. A Human Parvovirus-Associated Arthritis: Arthrocentesis may Resolve Coxalgia. Indian J Pediatr 87, 460–461 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12098-019-03082-4

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