(239) It is monoarticular
in 52% to 84% of cases, and the knee is the most affected joint.
Normal serum urate level with mild 6 (3.0) symptoms of gout Monoarticular
gouty arthritis with 2 (1.0) normal serum urate level Incidental uric nephrolithiasis 0 (0.0) According to your Increased urate production 143 (71.1) knowledge, what is/ Decreased urate production 7 (3.5) are the possible Increased renal excretion of urate 14 (7.0) mechanism(s) of Decreased renal excretion of urate 111 (55.2) hyperuricemia?
Em um estudo, Ribeiro e colaboradores (2013) avaliaram a influencia da manipulacao da ordem dos exercicios para o grupamento muscular peitoral no metodo triset de treinamento sobre o numero de repeticoes e volume total da sessao e observaram que diferentemente do treinamento tradicional, quando um exercicio monoarticular
foi executado antes de exercicios multiarticulares maior numero de repeticoes e volume de treino foram observados.
Osteoarticular TB is usually monoarticular
and is polyarticular in only 10%-15% of cases.
Intra-articular foreign bodies can mimic different pathologies, for example, a monoarticular
arthritis, a torn meniscus, and a chondral lesion, that cause recurrent pain or locking of the knee, especially if the foreign body is mobile within the knee joint.
PVNS is a benign and rare monoarticular
disease occurring in the joints, characterized by a proliferation of synovial cells, effusions and bone erosions.
Acute arthritis in Lofgren syndrome is usually oligoarticular, can be polyarticular or rarely, monoarticular
(3, 5, 7).
If there is monoarticular
pain in one knee, find out is it inflammatory or non-inflammatory, look beyond the affected joint, look for extra articular features in monoarticular
,look at feet of the patient carefully.
Authors have evaluated the biarticular condition against the monoarticular
condition under the condition that orthosis is behaving as a free-joint.
One pair consists of biarticulate muscles (from shoulder to forearm), while the other two, respectively, actuate the shoulder or elbow joint (monoarticular
shoulder flexors, monoarticular
shoulder extensors, monoarticular
elbow flexors, monoarticular
elbow extensors, biarticular flexors, and biarticular extensors).
Lankhorst, "Two strategies of transferring from sit-to-stand; the activation of monoarticular
and biarticular muscles," Journal of Biomechanics, vol.