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《Medicine World》 2007-01
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On the sacroiliac condensing osteitis and IUD side effects

Objective To compare the sex distribution , age distribution, and the frequency of common symptom in patients suffered from the sacroiliac condensing osteitis and IUD side effects, and to analyze their clinical diagnostic meanings.Methods 162 female cases of the sacroiliac condensing osteitis establishmented by anteroposterior plain radiograph of the lumbar spine were sampled randomly(SICO group).Using the data collected from a survey of 13437 IUD carried out by the Maternity and Child Hospital of Yantian District in 2003-2005, total 1062 cases of IUD side effects of three types(“O”, “T”, and “▽”type) with 354 cases for each type were sampled randomly(IUDSE group).Then, the comparative and statistical analyses on the sex distribution , age distribution, and the frequency of the low back pain for the above-mentioned two groups were carried out. Results The statistical results on age distribution showed that both case groups had the same 25- to 35-year age peak, approximate constituent ratios in corresponding age groups, and two dynamic curves of the constituent ratios in parallel nearly. The common symptoms for both the female case groups were the low back pain and soreness, their incidence for the SICO group and IUDSE group being 76.24% and 48.96% respectively Conclusion Because the same sex, same age peak and the common symptoms for both case groups as their clinical features, to differentiate carefully these two kinds of cases on the basis of clinical history, contraceptive usage, and X-ray examination etc should be of considerable importance.
【CateGory Index】: R684.3
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