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  • Pseudogout

    […] in elbow.[] In these cases, acute pseudogout arthritis in only one joint such as an elbow, a wrist or an ankle in uremic patients has been reported.[] Neoplasms arising in this area are heterogenous in nature and have an insidious onset and usually present late.[] On the first post-operative day, she complained of left elbow painful swelling with redness and warmth.[] knee pain during rehabilitation.[] Abstract Calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate (CPPD) disease is the second most common crystal-induced form of arthropathy, frequently seen in the knee, shoulder, wrist, elbow, and ankle[] The joint was thereafter immediately reconstructed by total joint arthroplasty using a Christensen TMJ implant sized to the patient's anatomy.[] We experienced three patients with the acute onset of pseudogout after unicondylar knee arthroplasty (UKA).[] Presentation mimicked a late septic joint arthroplasty with sudden onset of pain and effusion.[]

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  • Synovial Osteochondromatosis

    Abstract We present 12 patients with synovial osteochondromatosis of the elbow treated by synovectomy.[] OBJECTIVES: To define the characteristics of synovial osteochondromatosis of the hand and wrist.[] Synovial chondromatosis should be included in the differential diagnosis of knee swelling during infancy.[] In the late stage, loose bodies can be detected on radiographs. Grossly, these bodies are consistent with ossified nodules.[] […] hip, elbow and the small joints of the hands and the wrists are the joints most affected, (Chadwick, 1977; Milgram, 1977; Murphy, 1962) and the common complaints are of swelling[] KEYWORDS: Knee arthroplasty; Osteoarthritis; Synovial chondromatosis[] Ankle involvement by osteochondromatosis is unusual.[] Abstract A 9-year-old boy with a rare localisation of synovial osteochondromatosis at the left sternoclavicular joint is presented.[] Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a 19-year-old man who initially presented with a history of shoulder pain of insidious onset.[]

  • Hemophilic Arthropathy

    This article highlights issues surrounding hemophilic arthropathy of the elbow and focuses on preventive measures, management strategies of the hemophilic elbow, and treatment[] The glenohumeral and wrist joints were affected in a small proportion of patients, although symptoms were rarely experienced.[] Abstract We investigated the characteristics of hemophilic arthropathy of the elbow joint in 32 patients 5-12 years of age who had been followed-up from infancy.[] Joint-surface erosions secondary to chronic synovitis often occur in early childhood and progress to advanced arthropathy by late adolescence.[] Joint swelling was measured prior to injury, the following 7 days and upon euthanasia.[] The average preoperative knee score increased from 18.6 points (range, 3-29) to 82.8 points (range, 44-99).[] KEYWORDS: ankle; ankle arthrodesis; arthropathy; hemophilia; total ankle replacement[] Abstract Hemarthrosis of extremity joints in patients with hemophilia has been well documented.[] Additional research is needed to learn more about the severity, onset and impact of arthropathy in VWD.[]

  • Tendinitis

    This is an update of a Cochrane review first published in 2001.Objectives To assess the benefits and harms of deep transverse friction massage for treating lateral elbow or[] […] onset swelling and redness of the wrist.[] Anal Sphincter Myopathy, Internal Antisynthetase Syndrome Arthrogryposis atrophic muscular disease Axial Myopathy, Late-Onset Axonal Encephalopathy with Necrotizing Myopathy[] The diagnosis is made radiographically by a nearly pathognomonic amorphous calcification anterior to C1-C2 and prevertebral soft tissue swelling.[] Abstract The case report highlights an unusual case of posterolateral knee pain after total knee arthroplasty.[] Ankle pain and ankle tendinitis facts The ankle is a "hinged" joint. Ankle pain can be caused by injury or disease of the ankle joint.[] CONCLUSION: Nonoperative treatment in patients with acute calcific tendinitis of the hip joint might be successful in most patients.[] Abstract Acute calcific longus colli tendinitis (LCT) has been reported as an unusual cause of acute-onset neck pain, dysphagia, and headache.(1-5) As described in most of[] The diagnosis of retropharyngeal calcific tendinitis will be made radiologically by the detection of calcifications anterior to C1-C3 and prevertebral soft tissue swelling[]

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  • Bacterial Arthritis

    This report describes a case of posttraumatic bacterial arthritis with luxation of the elbow.[] • knee • hip • ankle • elbow • wrist • shoulder • pelvis Most infections only affect one joint.[] Google Scholar Nade S: Acute septic arthritis in infancy and childhood. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 1983, 65: 234-241.[] In instances in which diagnosis is late and joint destruction occurs, joint débridement will be necessary.[] Joint pain and swelling (involving either one or more joints), as well as fever, are three cardinal symptoms seen in these patients.[] […] data, we examined the characteristics of synovial fluid leukocytosis in eighty adult patients with bacterial arthritis, reactive arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis of the knee[] OBJECTIVE: To assess the cost effectiveness of antibiotic prophylaxis for haematogenous bacterial arthritis in patients with joint disease.[] Arthroscopic washout may be a useful treatment for septic arthritis in young infants when performed early after onset.[] Multivariate analysis suggests that important predictors of death are: confusion at presentation, age or 65 years, multiple joint sepsis or involvement of the elbow joint,[]

  • Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

    The mean Mayo Elbow Performance Score was 78 points (range, 50-100 points), with 18 elbows graded as having an excellent or good result.[] Almost 10 years after the initial complaint, at the age of 11 years, a tumor mass appeared in her left forearm near the wrist joint, and the pain became more severe.[] These joint abnormalities are progressive and develop during early infancy in a patient with Farber disease.[] Further, laboratory criteria often appear late and are unable to diagnose the complication right at the beginning stage.[] They can help reduce swelling in the joints or body.[] Abstract We performed 23 total hip and knee arthroplasties (15 total hip and 8 total knee arthroplasties) in 18 children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis between 1984 and[] The most common joints involved were the knee (68% of patients with arthritis), wrist (68%), and ankle (57%).[] Small joints in the fingers and hand are most affected; it may also affect weight-bearing joints such as the knees and jaw.[] We report 2 Japanese patients with early onset sarcoidosis, both of whom were initially diagnosed and treated as having JRA.[]

  • Enthesitis-Related Arthritis

    This condition is characterised by pain and swelling in many joints within the body which include the heel, elbow, fingers and toes.[] […] indices created for other subtypes of juvenile idiopathic arthritis; does not indicate true damage in Enthesitis-related arthritis as those indices assess damages in knees and wrists[] JIA can affect children of any age, from infancy to 16 years.[] Signs and symptoms generally develop in late childhood or early adolescence and include pain, tenderness, and swelling in joints and at the enthesis.[] It provides crucial information such as soft tissue swelling, synovitis, edema, and any thickening of the tendons or ligaments.[] The most commonly affected joints were the sacroiliacs, knees, and ankles.[] In univariate analyses, male sex, increased BMI, ankle involvement, and tarsitis were found to be associated with failure to achieve inactive disease.[] There is a high correlation between pelvic enthesitis and sacroiliitis on MRI of the sacroiliac joints in children.[] Data collected included demographic, clinical and laboratory variables at disease onset, at the onset of inflammatory back pain, and at the last available followup visit.[]

  • Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis

    Pigmented villonodular synovitis should be included in the differential diagnosis of elbow monoarticular joint swelling in young and middle-aged adults.[] M12.232 - Villonodular synovitis (pigmented), left wrist M12.239 - Villonodular synovitis (pigmented), unspecified wrist M12.241 - Villonodular synovitis (pigmented), right[] RESULTS: None of the patients presented with major postoperative complications or have had radiotherapeutic late effects.[] CLINICAL PROCEDURE: A 7-year-old female patient had a 6-month history of multifocal joints swelling with mild pain.[] Presenting complaints commonly involve one joint, most often the knee or hip.[] METHODS: Five patients with PVNS located around the ankle were surgically treated.[] Its occurrence in the temporomandibular joint is particularly rare.[] She underwent radical synovectomy of the left hip 16 months after the onset of pain, and her hip pain improved after the surgery.[] While, PVNS of elbow is extremely rare. We report an 82-year-old female patient with 20-year-history of gradually increased PVNS in her left elbow.[]

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  • Oligoarthritis

    Physical examination revealed arthritis of the left knee and right elbow, but the findings were otherwise normal. The patient's erythrocyte sedimentation . . .[] JA typically strikes the ankles, knees, and wrists, and may also affect the hips, neck, jaw, and shoulders.[] Conclusions: Contact with farm environments in infancy might not be associated with juvenile idiopathic oligoarthritis.[] Discussion In this paper, the case of a patient with late diagnosed BYS and with severe neurological injury associated with joint and cutaneous manifestations is presented[] Abstract The Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome is a rare disease consisting of orofacial swellings, facial nerve palsy and plicated tongue. The etiology is unknown.[] METHODS: Retrospective follow up of 25 patients identified in a bank of knee joint synovial fluids collected consecutively from patients presenting with knee joint synovitis[] Figure 1 Bilateral ankle swelling and proximal muscle wasting.[] Shedd, AD, Reddy, SG, Meffert, JJ & Kraus, EW 2007, ' Acute onset of rash and oligoarthritis ', Journal of Family Practice , vol. 56, no. 10, pp. 811-814.[] […] arthritis Large / medium joints usually Enthesitis — swelling at heel Keratoderma blennorrhagica — thick, scaly plaques palms / soles ** Lived in Lyme Disease area — think Late[]

  • Bursitis

    Move Forward Guide Elbow (olecranon) bursitis, commonly known as "baker's elbow," "student's elbow," or "Popeye elbow," involves swelling at the tip of the elbow, on the back[] […] bilateral hands Rheumatoid bursitis of bilateral hips Rheumatoid bursitis of bilateral knees Rheumatoid bursitis of bilateral shoulders Rheumatoid bursitis of bilateral wrists[] […] relating elsewhere classified Female Male Female Fetal deaths genitourinary system gland Hispanic Includes each three-digit infectious and parasitic Intrauterine hypoxia Late[] The depth of swelling of the area was measured with sonography before and after treatment.[] […] relieve chronic knee pain...[] CONCLUSION: OK-432 sclerotherapy was a useful procedure for patients not responding to the usual conservative treatment of malleolar bursitis of the ankle.[] Bursitis can cause joint pain and tenderness at some of your body's major joints, like hips and shoulders, and understanding this condition will help you recognize when you[] MRI in these four patients showed the onset of iliopectineal bursitis, with signal abnormalities predominantly at the periphery of the psoas tendon in contact with the iliopectineal[] A doctor will ask a patient about medical history and to describe the onset of his or her symptoms, the pattern of pain and other symptoms, and how symptoms affect lifestyle[]

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