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Citation: Ilker Uçkay. "Management of Acute Native Joint Bacterial Arthritis in Adults in 2020 -A Short Narrative, Practical State-of-the-Art Review". Acta Scientific Orthopaedics 4.1 (2021): 48-55. Native joint bacterial arthritis is a common infection among adults and children. A solely conservative management, without any articular drainage/lavage, increases the risk of recurrence. In contrast, the type of initial lavage/drainage can be surgical (arthrotomy or arthroscopy) or non-surgicaldoi:10.31080/asor.2021.04.0255 fatcat:5zsmyccmxfch7bv3hpumitzktu