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73 Possible Causes for Heberden's Node

  • Osteoarthritis

    In comparison with subjects of normal weight, without Heberden's nodes, and with no history of knee injury, people with a combination of obesity, definite Heberden's nodes[] Heberden's nodes may be associated with knee osteoarthritis Heberden's nodes are bony enlargements of the finger joints that are readily detectable in a routine physical exam[] Other symptoms of hand and finger OA include Heberden's nodes CLOSE Heberden’s nodes: small bony knobs that appear on the end joints of fingers. and Bouchards's nodes.[]

  • Arthritis

    node (DIPs) and Bouchard node (PIPs) no erosions and no ankylosis erosive osteoarthritis clinically acute inflammatory attacks (swelling, erythema, pain) in post-menopausal[] ’s nodes).[] […] and Bouchard nodes ) that develop on the end or middle joint of the fingers OA occurs most often in the finger joints, neck, lower back, hips, knees, or big toe joints.[]

  • Erosive Osteoarthrosis

    nodes with arthropathy Left Heberdens nodes w arthropathy Left Heberdens nodes with arthropathy Nodule on finger On examination - hands - Heberden's nodes On examination[] Degenerative joint disease of fingers: Bouchard's nodes on proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint, Heberden's nodes on distal i... FIG. 65.9.[] It affects mainly the distal interphalangeal joints (DIP) forming Heberden's nodes.[]

  • Malum Coxae Senilis

    The patient has Heberden's Nodes. (This refers to a generalized osteoarthritis in the joints of the hands.) 5. The patient has coxae malum senilis.[] John Baptist of the Adoration of the Lamb, we can see a typical Heberden node on his left thumb.[] In the 1950s, the links between Heberden’s nodes and large joint OA were revealed by Kellgren and Moore.[]

  • Hyperuricemia

    Postmenopausal women, especially those receiving diuretics, may develop gouty arthritis and tophi in the Heberden's and Bouchard's nodes of their osteoarthritic hands. 33[]

  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee

    RESULTS: After adjustment for obesity and Heberden's nodes, the risk of knee OA was significantly elevated in subjects whose main job entailed more than 30 minutes per day[] nodes, or on the middle joints of fingers, called Bouchard's nodes A grinding sensation when the joint is moved Numbness or tingling in an arm or leg, which can happen if[] Small, bony knobs on the middle joints of the fingers are called Bouchard's nodes. When they occur at the joints closest to the nail, they are known as Heberden's nodes.[]

  • Gouty Arthritis

    This is further complicated by the coexistence of gout and osteoarthritis in the same joints, especially Heberden's nodes. 18 Chronic tophaceous gout usually develops after[] Patients with osteoarthritis in the fingers may experience their first gout attacks in the fingers (in the Heberden’s or Bouchard’s nodes) rather than the toes or knees.[] Patients with osteoarthritic Heberden nodes may develop tophi in the nodes. This development occurs most often in elderly women taking diuretics.[]

  • Gout

    This is further complicated by the coexistence of gout and osteoarthritis in the same joints, especially Heberden's nodes. 18 Chronic tophaceous gout usually develops after[] The most common presentation is acute polyarticular gout, especially of the hands, tarsal joints, knees, and ankles. 15 Women tend to develop tophaceous deposits on Heberden's[] […] and Buchard's nodes (hard bony enlargements of the small joints of the fingers seen in osteoarthritis), sometimes with minimal inflammation. 16 This atypical joint involvement[]

  • Pseudogout

    On the other hand, distal interphalangeal joint arthritis presenting as Heberden's nodes is a common condition in elderly patients.[] Therefore, pseudogout attack should be considered as an adverse drug reaction when administering bisphosphonate in elderly patients with Heberden's nodes.[]

  • Polyarthritis

    nodes (distal) and Bouchard's nodes (proximal) Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) Chronic Yes Small joints Yes No Malar rash, mouth ulcers, pleuritis, pericarditis Psoriatic[] No Weight-bearing joints, proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint, distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint, first carpometacarpal (CMC) joint Variable Neck and lower back None, Heberden's[]

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