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Ann Rheum Dis. Jul 2004; 63(7): 767–768.
PMCID: PMC1755066

Tophaceous gout of the pubic symphysis: an unusual cause of groin pain

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Figure 1
 Radiographs of the symphysis pubis. (A) 1991: Early degenerative changes; (B) 2003: interval progression with marked irregularity, cortical erosion, and widening of the symphysis.
Figure 2
 (A) Axial computed tomography scan demonstrating bony destruction of the symphysis pubis and the presence of a soft tissue mass (arrow). (B) Coronal post-contrast T1 weighted magnetic resonance scan showing patchy enhancement in adductor muscles ...

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