Is it true that a diagnosis is always established by the end of the first week of onset of acute monoarticular arthritis

Is it true that a diagnosis is always established by the end of the first week of onset of acute monoarticular arthritis?

No. Many patients defy initial attempts at diagnosis despite appropriate evaluation. A few achieve spontaneous remission, leaving the physician frustrated about the diagnosis, but relieved. Many patients, however, continue to have symptoms.

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