pauciarticular

pau·ci·ar·ti·cu·lar

(paw'sē-ar-tik'yū-lăr),
A joint condition in which only a few (>1, <5) joints are involved
[L. pauci, few, + articular]

pau·ci·ar·ti·cu·lar

(paw'sē-ahr-tik'yū-lăr)
A joint condition in which only a few (1-5) joints are involved.
[L. pauci, few, + articular]

pauciarticular

(păw-sē-ăr-tĭk′ū-lăr)
A classification of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis that indicates that four or fewer joints are affected at the time of onset of the disease.

pauciarticular

affecting only one or two joints
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Late onset pauciarticular juvenile chronic arthritis: relation to gut inflammation.
Effects of polyarticular and pauciarticular onset juvenile rheumatoid arthritis on facial and mandibular growth.
Because humans are much larger, they experience localized infections, as evidenced by erythema migrans, and sometimes disseminated, but randomly multifocal infection through bacteremia, which may result in pauciarticular arthritis, secondary erythema migrans, carditis, peripheral neuropathy, meningitis, and other objective clinical signs.
If less than 4 joints were involved, it was pauciarticular arthritis.
Two years of untreated relapsing pauciarticular arthritis of the knee and hip, a B.
Al-Eissa (4) reported that two thirds of the joints studied were affected as the monoarticular and the remaining as the pauciarticular type.
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).
The arthritis may be monoarticular or pauciarticular, and the duration of the arthritis varies, but it usually resolves with treatment, he said.
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 pattern.
In an open-label study, the response rate was 73% (11 of 15) for children with systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), compared with 67% (6 of 9) for children with pauciarticular and 52% (29 of 56) for children with polyarticular JIA.
Manifestacoes extra-intestinais podem ocorrer em pacientes com doencas inflamatorias intestinais, tais como manifestacoes musculo-esqueleticas --trite periferica, tipo I: artrite pauciarticular, tipo II: poliartrite, artropatias-anquilosante axial--espondilite/ doenca de Bekhterev "com sacroileite/ entesite-, manifestacoes dermatologicas--pioderma, eritema nodoso, manifestacoes oculars--uveite anterior/ posterior, episclerite/esclerite, manifestacoes hepatobiliares--colangite esclerosante primaria (PSC), hepatite autoimune (AIH), sindrome de sobreposicao/colangite auto-imune (Baumgart, 2009).