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Septic arthritis - joint inflammation

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Septic arthritis - joint inflammation

Septic (or infective) arthritis is inflammation of the joints, caused by a bacterial infection. The condition is very different to the much more commonly known osteoarthritis, which is caused by wear and tear or injury to the joints.

An x-ray of a normal joint with bones that have nice smooth edges
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