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74 Possible Causes for Hemarthrosis, Knee Effusion

  • Patella Fracture

    Medial and lateral retinacula disruption may also be present, accompanied by hemarthrosis.[] Conclusion To us it is vital to obtain CT scan of the patient's knee if there is an ipsilateral femoral fracture with an ipsilateral knee effusion and a punction which reveals[] Usually, there is a large joint effusion or hemarthrosis .[]

  • Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis

    […] synovial fluid ; biopsy is diagnostic; diff dx: rheumatoid arthritis : unlike PVNS, RA tends to affect multiple joints; sub-types: it usually presents as a monoarticular hemarthrosis[] In 2007, he attended A&E with a spontaneous left knee effusion with a CRP of 9 mg/l, ESR 9 mm/h, raised platelet count of 559 (10 9 /l) and mild neutrophilia of 9.23 (10 9[] Hoffa's disease Post traumatic inflammation Patellar fat pad fibrosis Chondroma PVNS of the Knee Arthroscopic synovectomy Complications Recurrence Iatrogenic chondral injury Hemarthrosis[]

  • Bacterial Arthritis

    Arthritis Rheumatoid Arthritis, Crystal Induced Arthritis, Severe Osteoarthritis, Trauma, Charcot Joint, Sickle Cell Disease, Intravenous Drug Abuse (often with endocarditis), Hemarthrosis[] Late disease - is mainly involving joints, most commonly a single knee with intermittent, relatively painless large effusions lasting days or even weeks .[] Acute rheumatic fever Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease (LCPD) Osteochondrosis Sickle cell disease Intra-articular injury Fracture Meniscal tear Osteonecrosis Traumatic effusion Hemarthrosis[]

  • Hemarthrosis

    If blood is seen in the joint aspirate, hemarthrosis is confirmed.[] It appeared that the effusion of blood led to the deposition of iron on the joint, which may have contributed to the development of infection.[] - See: Puncture of the Knee Joint - Discussion: - non-bloody effusion suggests an irrative synovitis that may be caused by degenerative meniscusor a chronic process with no[]

  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee

    knee tenderness, range of movement and socioeconomic status.[] Common physical examination findings in knee OA include palpable effusion, tenderness, bony enlargement of the joint margins, an antalgic gait pattern, joint crepitus and[] Various factors were narrowed down to see their effect on response, namely age, BMI, smoking habits, comorbidities, presence of clinical effusion, radiographic score, local[]

  • Hemophilic Arthropathy

    Abstract Hemarthrosis of extremity joints in patients with hemophilia has been well documented.[] ., score was 75% of the total 40 knee joints, 47.5% with synovial hypertrophy, 30% with synovial effusion and 20% with increased synovial vascularity.[] Large joints are most commonly involved in the following order of frequency 2 : knee elbow ankle hip shoulder Plain radiograph joint effusion is seen in the setting of hemarthrosis[]

  • Synovial Hemangioma

    Abstract We describe an unusual case of hemarthrosis caused by a synovial hemangioma in an 11-year-old boy.[] Synovial hemangioma as a cause of recurrent knee effusions. JAMA 1979; 242: 2214.[] Abstract At arthroscopy, a 22-year-old woman with repeated spontaneous hemarthrosis of the knee was found to have a synovial hemangioma, which was removed by arthrotomy.[]

  • Intermittent Hydrarthrosis

    DDx: Common Avascular necrosis Crystals Calcium oxalate Calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate (pseudogout) Hydroxyapatite Monosodium urate (gout) Hemarthrosis Infectious arthritis[] Signs and symptoms [ edit ] Repeated, periodic joint effusions of the knee. Usually one knee is affected but sometimes both knees.[] If the fluid withdrawn is initially bloody rather than becoming bloody during aspiration, previous hemarthrosis should be suspected.[]

  • Osteochondritis Dissecans

    KEYWORDS: Hemarthrosis; Hemartrosis; Osteochondritis dissecans; Osteocondritis disecante [Indexed for MEDLINE] Free full text[] On examination: there may be quadricep atrophy, focal bony tenderness, a mild knee effusion, palpable loose body and knee extension block (2,3) Wilson's signs may be positive[] effusions and discomfort with athletic activity.[]

  • Joint Effusion

    These are often hemarthrosis or bloody effusions. Rest Swelling (medical) Intermittent hydrarthrosis[] PURPOSE: Knee effusion is a common symptom in various knee disorders of both traumatic and non-traumatic aetiology.[] The patient was a hemophiliac and this was a hemarthrosis. Signs in Imaging: The Ankle Teardrop Sign. JP Dodge. Radiology, June 2004, Volume 231, Issue 3[]

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