monoarticular

monoarticular

adjective Referring to one joint.

monoarticular

of a single joint
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Acute pediatric monoarticular arthritis: distinguishing Lyme arthritis from other etiologies.
Patients with mild disease can be tried on NSAIDs, especially in a patient with monoarticular disease, but for the most part we need to move on to using systemic medication," he said.
3,4,7) It might present bilaterally but monoarticular involvement is more common.
Joint involvement is usually monoarticular, most commonly affecting the ankle or knee.
1,2) The increased synovial proliferation typically results in monoarticular disease most commonly affecting the knee.
More specifically the VAM is monoarticular but the RF is biarticular and so its activation is influenced by the position of the trunk.
Pigmented villonodular synovitis is a benign proliferative synovial process that is most commonly monoarticular.
The disease progresses as the urate pool in the body increases over a Period of approximatelt 10 years from initial asymptomatic hyperuricaemia to a Monoarticular attack.
Roy, 2007); protective effect of latex against Freund's complete adjuvant-induced monoarticular arthritis in rats (Kumar, V.
Ducroix-Roubertou et al (48) reported a case of a monoarticular arthritis of the left knee following PMC in a 45 yr old man, 8 days after the onset of a C.
Synovial chondromatosis is a monoarticular disease that has a benign course, although rare cases of malignant transformation have been reported.