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25 Possible Causes for Finger Pain, Joint Crepitation, Soft Tissue Swelling

  • Hemophilia

    If your child does not receive prompt treatment, extra blood can pool in the joint or soft tissue and cause pain and swelling that takes longer to go away.[] Bleeding into the skin (which is bruising) or muscle and soft tissue causing a build-up of blood in the area (called a hematoma).[] Once the blood clot is established and the bleeding has stopped, the body begins to reabsorb the blood that has leaked into the tissues and joints.[]

  • Hemophilia A

    If it does not present earlier, infants older than 6 months of age can present with soft tissue swelling after they become more mobile.[] […] in soft tissue and muscle inflammation Best Strains: hybrid Blackberry Kush (I/S), Strawberry Cough (S/I), Lavender (I/S), Silver Afghani (I/S), UBC Chemo x Grapefruit, Blueberry[] Bleeding If your child has any of these signs of soft tissue or muscle bleeding, call the doctor: A raised bump Pain, swelling; area is warm to the touch Trouble using the[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    There is usually local tenderness, soft tissue swelling, joint crepitus (cracking sounds), bony swelling, restricted mobility, and bony nodules.[] The hands OA can affect: the base of the thumb the top joint of the fingers, closest to the nail the middle joint of the fingers Fingers may be stiff, swollen, and painful[] The exam may show: Joint movement that causes a crackling (grating) sound, called crepitation Joint swelling (bones around the joints may feel larger than normal) Limited[]

  • Arthritis

    The radiographic hallmarks of rheumatoid arthritis are: soft tissue swelling fusiform and periarticular; it represents a combination of joint effusion , edema and tenosynovitis[] Pain in your finger joints. Distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint predominant psoriatic arthritis is rare and occurs mostly in men.[] X-rays show only soft-tissue swelling during the first months of disease.[]

  • Polyarthritis

    Labs reveal discrete inflammatory anemia and raised inflammatory markers, and x‐rays show soft tissue swelling but no erosions.[] Pain involves the wrist, the MCPs and IPs as well as the flexor tendon sheaths of the fingers.[] Frequent complaints are: Tenderness Arthralgia Joint swelling Joint effusion Joint deformity Stiffness Reduced motion range Crepitation Affected joints may be in close proximity[]

  • Psoriatic Arthritis

    tissue swelling of an entire digit (sausage digit) Destruction of IP joint of great toes with exuberant callous formation is characteristic Resorption of tufts of terminal[] Have you ever had a finger or a toe and/or another joint swollen and painful without any apparent reason?; 2.[] On extra-oral examination, crepitation at TMJs and limitation of jaw movements was detected.[]

  • Torn Meniscus

    In rare cases secondary signs can be seen, such as a soft tissue swelling next to the meniscus when a meniscal cyst is present 4 .[] (Points finger at self). But we know that A.J. was having knee pain, and receiving treatment after the last few games.[]

  • Oligoarthritis

    tissue swelling were seen on the initial radiographs but she later developed erosions in the tarsus that progressed despite a gluten-free diet.[] This type of arthritis occurs when the lining inside joints becomes inflamed and irritated, causing joint damage and pain.[] Closer inspection may reveal joint swelling or joint effusion, and chronic disease may result in joint deformities.[]

  • Traumatic Arthropathy

    Other common symptoms include: Pain in the neck, shoulder blade or radicular to the shoulder into the arm. Pain is rarely felt in the hand or fingers.[] tissue swelling and rotator cuff disruption.[] Osteoarthritis symptoms: Bony nodules at the middle joint of the finger (Bouchard's nodes) Bony nodules at the joint at the end of the finger (Heberden's nodes) Deep pain[]

  • Tendinitis

    The diagnosis of retropharyngeal calcific tendinitis will be made radiologically by the detection of calcifications anterior to C1-C3 and prevertebral soft tissue swelling[] It is caused by overusing the muscles that clench the fingers. Symptoms include pain in the inner part of the elbow and pain when bending the fingers or wrists.[] A crackling sound (crepitation) when the tendon is moved is also generally heard. [10] Because of the muscle spasm, there will be a painful resisted knee flexion (15-30 )[]