Causes of Joint inflammation

Causal Categories: The general categories of causes of joint inflammation include:

Traumatic Causes: Various traumatic disorders may cause joint inflammation (often of a single joint that is the one that is injured):

Arthritic Disorders: Various forms of arthritis may cause joint inflammation:

Hemarthrosis (Joint Bleeding): Bleeding into the internal parts of joints, called hemarthrosis, may cause joint inflammation (usually with joint pain, joint swelling, etc.), such as from:

Infectious Joint Disorders: Some types of infections can infect the joints:

Systemic Disorders: Some systemic inflammatory disorders may affect the joints:

Other Joint Causes: Various other causes of joint swelling and/or joint inflammation include:

Similar Symptoms: See also the causes of various similar symptoms:

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