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193 Possible Causes for Hip Pain, Knee Effusion, Periostitis

  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

    […] with very large effusion; CREST Syndrome associated with what disease Differentiate between diseases with facial rash over bridge of nose SLE - malar "butterfly" rash, fixed[] A 28-year-old woman received irregular medication due to ongoing backache and hip pain for 5 years.[] Marginal periostitis is seen, and bony density usually is preserved.[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Pachydermoperiostosis 

    MRI of the right knee revealed a large effusion and irregular thickening of synovium ( Fig. 2D ).[] Figure 1 Bilateral knee effusion . Figure 2 Hypertrophy of his feet and ankles with edema .[] X-rays showed periosteal apposition. The search for a secondary cause remained negative.[]

  • Hemophilic Arthropathy

    ., score was 75% of the total 40 knee joints, 47.5% with synovial hypertrophy, 30% with synovial effusion and 20% with increased synovial vascularity.[] Utilize the very latest approaches in hip surgery including hip resurfacing, hip preservation surgery, and treatment of hip pain in the young adult; and get the latest information[] 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[]

  • Reiter's Syndrome

    ‘Immunologic diseases such as Reiter's syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis and rheumatic fever can also cause knee effusion.’[] Arthritis symptoms may include: Heel pain or pain in the Achilles tendon Pain in the hip, knee, ankle, and low back Pain that affects only one side of the body or more than[] Early on a periostitis of the phalanges may be noted. Later on uniform joint space narrowing, and marginal erosions with adjacent bone proliferation occur.[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    knee effusion using ultrasonography.[] , pain scores and hip flexion.[] The defect was covered with a sutured periosteal flap taken from the proximal medial tibia.[]

  • Septic Arthritis

    Late disease - is mainly involving joints, most commonly a single knee with intermittent, relatively painless large effusions lasting days or even weeks.[] Infection of the sacroiliac joint may present as buttock, hip or anterior thigh pain.[] Gas may be seen with E. coli infection Late stage – Narrowing and irregularity of joint space Plain film findings of superimposed osteomyelitis maydevelop (periosteal reaction[]

  • Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis

    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[] Initially, patients present with hip pain unrelieved by conservative measures. The diagnosis of PVNS and SC are often delayed, leading to progression of joint damage.[] In cases at the initial stage, simple radiography generally shows normal results, although there may be erosion with a periosteal reaction in regions without loading.[]

  • Hemophilia

    […] decreased ROM focal neurological deficits muscle pain (bleeding most commonly in quadriceps, hamstrings, iliopsoas, biceps, triceps) Imaging Radiographs recommended views of knee[] Bleeds also can occur in large muscles, such as the iliopsoas muscle in the front of the hip, causing abdominal, hip or back pain.[] Often there is no pain at first, but if it continues, the joint may become hot to the touch, swollen, and painful to move.[]

  • Paget Disease of the Bone

    Examination reveals mild effusions in both knees, with crepitus in both patellofemoral joints.[] Therefore, it is not unexpected that hip pain is one of the major presenting complaints.[] (d) Axial plane computed tomography image at the level of L1 showing periosteal and endosteal apposition Click here to view Figure 2: Magnetic resonance imaging images.[]

  • Scurvy

    Three cases of scurvy are being reported presenting uniquely as purpura, right hip joint effusion and right knee joint effusion with haemorrhage in prepatellar and retropatellar[] He developed pain, warmness of the left hip and thigh, and finally was unable to bear weight.[] Although periosteal elevation may occur and produce a linear elevated area in patients, a spiculated periosteal reaction does not occur in scurvy.[]

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