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153 Possible Causes for Asymmetrical Arthritis, Knee Pain

  • Pseudogout

    knee pain during rehabilitation.[] Arthritis, bursitis and cellulitis may be associated with these repeated acute attacks. Chronic (tophaceous) gout – occurs after many attacks.[] Tophaceous pseudogout in the knee joint is rare. We report an 82-year-old man who presented with a one-year history of pain and swelling of the right knee joint.[]

  • Psoriatic Arthritis

    The plaques were associated with fever, and intermittent knee pain and swelling.[] Asymmetric psoriatic arthritis: Asymmetric arthritis typically involves one to three joints in the body -- large or small -- such as the knee , hip, or one or several fingers[] If you have psoriatic arthritis, you might have symptoms such as: pain, swelling and stiffness in one or more of your joints, such as your knees pain and stiffness in parts[]

  • Reiter's Syndrome

    People with reactive arthritis may experience swelling and tenderness of one ankle or knee; pain in the heel of the foot; inflammation and pain of the Achilles tendon (located[] Psoriatic arthritis can simulate reactive arthritis, causing similar skin lesions, uveitis, and asymmetric arthritis.[] He had painful swelling of the left knee, sacroilitis, urethritis, balanitis, painless oral ulcers, acute uveitis and positive HLA-B27.[]

  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

    When the condition presents before the age of 18, it is relatively likely to cause pain and swelling of large limb joints, particularly the knee.[] The other clinical features of AS and related SpA may include asymmetric arthritis (that more often affects lower extremities) or inflammation of some of the extra-articular[] […] peripheral arthritis of lower extremities. - must be differentiated from DISH ; - Management: - NSAIDS : patients should be placed on indocin as soon as the diagnosis is[]

  • Rheumatic Fever

    They may include: Fever Painful and tender joints, most often the ankles, knees, elbows or wrists Pain that moves from joint to joint Red, hot or swollen joints Small, painless[] Rheumatic arthritis is an asymmetric, migratory / fleeting polyarthritis with predominant involvement of large joints of lower limbs and migrates to the upper limb.[] They include: a high temperature of 38C or above (fever) redness, pain and swelling of your joints (arthritis) – usually ankles, knees, wrists or elbows pain in your chest[]

  • Arthritis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Knee pain and swelling due to Crohn Disease: A case report. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 87(8). 7. Marks, R., & Cantin, D. (1997).[] The typical joint pattern is an asymmetric arthritis that develops predominantly in the lower limbs and presents as an oligo- or monoarthritis in the majority of patients.[] Asymmetrical arthritis means that it affects unpaired joints, unlike symmetric arthritis that affects matching joints on both sides of the body (i.e. both knees or both elbows[]

  • Arthritis

    The secondary outcomes were knee pain score (range, 1-6), performance measures of physical function, x-ray score, aerobic capacity, and knee muscle strength. Results.[] The mildest form of psoriatic arthritis, called asymmetric psoriatic arthritis, usually affects joints on only one side of your body or different joints on each side — including[] Common features of the above four conditions include: Arthritis affecting joints of the arms and legs in an asymmetrical distribution Arthritis of the spine, hips and shoulders[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    […] chronic knee pain due to osteoarthritis.[] Joint space narrowing characteristically asymmetric least specific: present in many other pathological processes Sclerosis sclerotic changes occur at joint margins frequently[] arthritis, seldom occurs.[]

  • Polyarthritis

    He also complained of shoulders, hips and knees pain with morning stiffness lasting 45 minutes.[] An acute onset of asymmetric deforming arthritis, dominant in the lower limbs, was the usual pattern. Sacroiliitis and enthesopathy were uncommon.[] People with psoriatic arthritis often experience asymmetrical symptoms, so they may have symptoms in one knee, for example.[]

  • Gout

    Case 2 involved a 69-year-old man who presented to the emergency department with acute onset of atraumatic left knee pain.[] First metatarsophalangeal joint is tender or swollen (i.e., podagra) Hyperuricemia Maximal inflammation developed within one day Monoarthritis attack More than one acute arthritis[] pain and swelling for 2 days.[]

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