Hello Good Evening,
It seems to septic arthritis
, brief details as follows:
Septic arthritis is the purulent invasion of a joint by an infectious agent which produces arthritis, and is considered a medical emergency.
The usual etiology of septic arthritis is bacterial, but viral, mycobacterial, and fungal arthritis
Septic arthritis should be considered whenever one is assessing a patient with rapid onset of joint pain.
Usually only one joint is affected (monoarthritis
Pain can be significant with any movement.
May have associated swelling, redness & warmth.
In the case of gonorrhea
the knee or wrist may be chronically affected.
Following tests should be done:
-Aspiration (giving a turbid, non-viscous fluid), Gram stain and culture of fluid from the joint.
-X-ray of the joint
of the joint
So go to the orthopedic surgeon for further management including intravenous antibiotics, analgesia and may be washout/aspiration of the joint.
Dr. Naresh Jain.