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date: 31 May 2020

Practical approach to a hot swollen joint 446

Septic arthritis 448

Gonococcal arthritis 452

Osteomyelitis 454

Soft tissue infection 458

Rheumatic fever 462

Brucellosis 464

Lyme disease 466

Viral arthritis 468

Mycobacterial infection 472

Fungal infection 476

A patient presenting with a hot swollen joint requires emergency assessment and treatment, as the major cause of avoidable morbidity is untreated sepsis....

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