Hemarthrosis is bleeding into joints (i.e. internally to the joints), which typically causes joint pain. Causes of hemarthrosis include joint injury, hemorrhagic fevers, bleeding disorders, and other causes. Some medications, such as anticoagulants (blood thinners) may cause joint bleeding ...

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Joint Bleeding: Causes of hemarthrosis (internal joint bleeding) include:

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