Knee pain that is not from direct trauma is likely caused by 1 of 6 primary types of arthritis: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, gout, pseudogout, and reactive arthritis.
This article lists and describes the many conditions with symptoms similar to those of degenerative arthritis; some are due to degenerative arthritis, and some can lead to degenerative arthritis.
When joint inflammation, pain, or damage is due to the degeneration of cartilage it is also referred to as osteoarthritis. This condition grows in prevalence with age to the point where nearly all people over age 80 are affected.
Diet, medication, and infections can all affect the health and diversity of the gut microbiome and cause it to become unbalanced.
While hip pain can often be a challenge to diagnose, clinical study research found that hip arthritis patients generally felt two distinct types of pain: a dull ache and intermittent sharp pain.
Cartilage deterioration can cause degenerative arthritis, a lack of synovial fluid can cause inflammatory arthritis.