Septic Artheritis

Were you looking for information about Septic Arthritis? Septic artheritis is a common misspelling of septic arthritis.
 
Septic arthritis is a type of infectious arthritis that is caused by bacteria. Infants and young children, people with previous joint damage, and those taking immunosuppressive medicines are at a higher risk for developing this condition. Common symptoms of septic arthritis include severe joint pain, a swollen or hot joint, and decreased movement of the joint. Without prompt treatment, which often involves antibiotics, the condition can cause permanent damage to the affected joints.
 
(Click Septic Arthritis to find out what causes septic arthritis, what symptoms may occur, and who is most likely to be affected by this condition. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on septic arthritis.)
 
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