What are the causes of acute monoarticular arthritis?

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Injury and infection.

The major causes of acute monoarticular symptoms trauma , Infection, crystal-induced arthritis, osteoarthritis, systemic rheumatic diseases mechanical derangement

major causes of acute monoarticular symptoms include trauma, infection, crystal-induced arthritis, osteoarthritis, systemic rheumatic diseases, and mechanical derangement

1 Infective: pyogenic or tubercular 2 Secondary OA following intraarticular injuries 3 Monoarticular rheumatoid arthritis Other rare causes will need evaluation and imaging

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Acute causes include infection, trauma, crystal-induced arthritis, avascular necrosis, and mechanical derangement. In addition to gout and septic arthritis, there are other medical conditions that can cause monoarthritis. These include: ankylosing spondylitis Lyme disease, which usually affects the knee joint osteoarthritis psoriatic arthritis rheumatoid arthritis (RA), which usually occurs in smaller joints (not the knees or hips) trauma due to injury

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