Two years of untreated relapsing pauciarticular
arthritis of the knee and hip, a B.
3) They have a clinical picture similar to juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), but the arthritis is polyarticular rather than pauciarticular
, there is no female preponderance and all patients are antinuclear antibody (ANA) negative (Figs 3 and 4).
Aetiological role of bacteria associated with reactive arthritis in pauciarticular
juvenile chronic arthritis.
Type 1 peripheral arthropathy can involve the large joints, specifically ankles, knees, hips, elbows, and shoulders, in a pauciarticular
JCA affects roughly one in a thousand children in the UK, and about half of these are the pauciarticular
A specific HLA-DP beta allele is associated with pauciarticular
juvenile rheumatoid arthritis but not adult rheumatoid arthritis.
Type 1 peripheral arthropathy seen in patients with IBD is a pauciarticular
, self-limiting oligoarticular form.
Rheumatic conditions represented in the group included polyarticular, pauciarticular
, and systemic juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA); fibromyalgia; systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE); dermatomyositis; and spondyloarthropathy The average age of the children was 11.
(affecting few joints) JRA: This form of JRA generally affects four or fewer joints in an asymmetrical fashion.
means that four or fewer joints are affected.
There are three main types of JRA: pauciarticular
JRA, which involves fewer than five joints, polyarticular JRA, with at least five active joints, and systemic-onset JRA, which is associated with high fevers and a characteristic rash in addition to arthritis.
Prevention of leg length discrepancy in young children with pauciarticular
juvenile rheumatoid arthritis by treatment with intraarticular steroids.