Knee Swelling Could Be a Sign of Lyme Disease — Best Life
Mar 11, 2022 · Shutterstock/sebra. Lyme arthritis occurs when a Lyme infection causes inflammation in the joint tissue. "The main feature of Lyme arthritis is obvious swelling of one or a few joints. While the knees are affected most often, other large joints such as the shoulder, ankle, elbow, jaw, wrist, and hip can also be involved," explains the CDC.
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