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Osteitis pubis as a mimic of prostatic pain
  1. I. L. Jenkins,
  2. D. M. Crean and
  3. A. C. Buck


Thirty-five patients with pain suggesting a prostatic origin but with no evidence of active prostatic inflammation presented between 1979 and 1982, and were diagnosed as having osteitis pubis.

The clinical presentation, diagnosis and treatment of osteitis pubis are presented together with the results of treatment.

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