What physical findings are useful in the differential diagnosis of chronic monoarticular arthritis

What physical findings are useful in the differential diagnosis of chronic monoarticular arthritis?

• Extraarticular features of the spondyloarthritis family, such as skin rashes (psoriasis, keratoderma blennorrhagicum), oral ulcers, urethral discharge, conjunctivitis, uveitis

• Erythema nodosa, a feature of sarcoidosis and inflammatory bowel syndrome

• A positive McMurray maneuver in the knee examination, suggesting internal derangement

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