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677 Possible Causes for Joint Effusion, Subluxation of Jaw

  • Polyarticular Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

    Arthritis of the temporal-mandibular joint may manifest as micrognathia, decreased mouth aperture or lateral deviation of the jaw.[] MRI MRI shows synovial hypertrophy, joint effusions as well as osseous and cartilaginous erosions.[] Definition Arthritis is defined as joint effusion alone or the presence of two or more of the following signs: limitation of range of motion, tenderness or pain on motion,[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Subluxation

    Definition Subluxation or hypermobility in the temporomandibular joint is defined as the clinical condition with repeated episodes of partial dislocation of the jaw.[] A moderate sized joint effusion lies within the superior joint compartment.[] April 15th, 2015 An open lock is when the jaw or mouth gets stuck wide open and will not close. The medical term for open lock is subluxation.[]

  • Arthritis

    Abstract Point-of-care musculoskeletal ultrasound can provide information about joint effusions and the quality of the effusion.[] On October 25, the patient had a high fever, swelling, and pain in the large joints of the limbs, and joint effusion.[] […] space, compared with osteoarthritis (OA) where there is a tendency for superior loss of joint space acetabular protrusio Knee joint effusion typically involves the lateral[]

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  • Osteoarthritis

    […] subchondral cyst formation and joint effusion.[] Small joint effusions are not uncommon in osteoarthritic joints. Chondrocalcinosis and periarticular calcium hydroxyapatite deposition may also be seen.[] effusions.[]

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  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    […] locking in the wide-open position for TMJ subluxation.[] The results show also that there are findings using MRI, e.g. of joint effusion, which cannot be confirmed during surgery.[] This study evaluated evidence of the efficacy of MRI in the diagnosis of disc position and configuration, disc perforation, joint effusion, and osseous and bone marrow changes[]

  • Gouty Arthritis

    MRI revealed capsular thickening in 19 patients, bone marrow edema (BME) in 15, soft tissue edema (STE) in 20, joint effusion in 21, bone erosions in 17, cartilaginous erosions[] It often presents with painful joint effusion and commonly is diagnosed either by clinical examination, elevated serum uric acid level or cytological examination of an effusion[] The early radiological signs of gout are joint effusion and periarticular edema, caused by the deposition of the nonopaque crystals within the synovial and cartilaginous tissues[]

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  • Gout

    Joints joint effusion (earliest sign) preservation of joint space until late stages of the disease an absence of periarticular osteopenia eccentric erosions the typical appearance[] The affected joint becomes swollen. The medical term for excessive fluid in a joint is a "joint effusion." Gout frequently involves joints in the lower extremities.[] […] distribution) 50,000 per mm 3 Positive No crystals Joint effusion; radiography results otherwise normal early in the disease Table 2 Differential Diagnosis of Acute Gout[]

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  • Polyarthritis

    Frequent complaints are: Tenderness Arthralgia Joint swelling Joint effusion Joint deformity Stiffness Reduced motion range Crepitation Affected joints may be in close proximity[] […] in both wrists, both ankles, interphalangeal joints in both hands and feet, and in both knees.[] Both knees had painless small effusions. Other joints showed no signs of inflammation and no nodules were palpated.[]

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  • Torn Meniscus

    On examination, there may be joint effusion, joint line tenderness, and the joint is held in a flexed position. 1 in late presentations, there may be significant quadriceps[] With a symptomatic meniscus tear, you will likely have swelling in your knee (effusion) and tenderness along the joint line when the doctor presses on the meniscus (palpation[] Knee effusion can be a result from osteoarthritis, causing fluid to accumulate within the joint.[]

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  • Pseudogout

    METHODS: An axial magnetic resonance imaging scan demonstrated joint effusion at the level of the bilateral L4-L5 facet joint.[] Treatment with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and aspiration of the joint effusion had not been effective.[] BACKGROUND: Symptomatic knee joint effusion is frequently observed after hip fracture, which may lead to postoperative knee pain during rehabilitation after hip fracture surgery[]

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