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Mycobacterial and fungal arthritis.

Tuberculosis, atypical mycobacteria, and fungi are uncommon causes of infectious monarticular arthritis. The importance of these infections relates both to the difficulty in distinguishing them from other infectious and inflammatory arthritides as well as to their increasing incidence. Recently reported cases indicate more common use of newer molecular biological techniques such as polymerase chain reaction to achieve a more rapid and accurate diagnosis.

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