monoarticular

monoarticular

adjective Referring to one joint.
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This condition is usually monoarticular, can be locally destructive, and involves muscles, tendons, bursae, bones, and skin.
An important pattern is the idea of polyarticular versus monoarticular disease.
O aparelho de EMG foi um instrumento que enriqueceu muito o campo de pesquisa em treinamento resistido, como mostram os estudos de Da Rosa e colaboradores (2014), o qual descreve que apos analises via EMG do musculo peitoral maior no exercicio supino reto com o triceps fadigado e nao fadigado, observou-se que o exercicio supino reto - multiarticular - e capaz de gerar mais forca quando antecedido ao um exercicio monoarticular - como o exercicio para o triceps.
Third, patients with acetabular fractures are generally young and have monoarticular arthrosis that results from a high activity level.
Monoarticular Nontraumatic Synovitis of the Metatarsophalangeal Joint: A new Diagnosis?
Septic arthritis should be considered in the setting of acute monoarticular arthritis, particularly with the accompanying clinical signs and symptoms of joint pain and fever.
Although synovial lipomatosis is most commonly a monoarticular condition, several cases of multifocal disease have been reported [12,13].
Patients with articular involvement were classified as monoarticular, oligoarticular, and polyarticular.
Intra-articular administration may be most useful in patients with a severe monoarticular flare in whom colchicine or an NSAID is contraindicated.
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.
Acute pediatric monoarticular arthritis: distinguishing Lyme arthritis from other etiologies.