Acute hot joint.


The acute hot joint has a broad differential diagnosis. It presents to a wide spectrum of practitioners in primary and secondary care, many of whom may be unfamiliar with the management of musculoskeletal disease. This review discusses the most serious cause of the hot joint, sepsis, and discusses the other less worrying, but more frequent, diagnoses. 


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