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403 Possible Causes for Joint Effusion, Wrist Pain

  • Ligament Tear

    Ulnar-wrist pain is a complex problem whose cause often remains elusive.[] Joint effusion decreased with time, with a significant difference occurring between the acute and subacute groups at six weeks (p 0.001).[] The four MRI findings including ACL morphology, joint effusion, posterior cruciate ligament angle, and bone bruise were analyzed for temporal changes among the 4 groups.[]

  • Hemophilia

    The joint most commonly affected is the knee “followed by the ankle, elbow, hip, shoulder, and wrist [2] .” [1] Acute hemarthrosis symptoms include: • swelling • pain • heat[] ) mucocutaneous bleeding (e.g. gums, nose, easy bruising) Physical Examination inspection pallor joint effusions bruising movement joint tenderness decreased ROM focal neurological[] The disease most commonly affects the knee followed by the elbow, ankle, shoulder, and wrist.[]

  • Hemophilia B

    […] spaces Ultrasonography: To assess joints affected by acute or chronic effusions Joint radiography: Of limited value in acute hemarthrosis; to evaluate untreated or inadequately[] MRI is also useful in the evaluation of the CNS, cartilage, synovium, and joint space. Ultrasonography for acute or chronic effusions.[] ) - Tenderness, pain with movement, decreased range of motion, swelling, effusion, and warmth CNS - Abnormal neurologic exam findings, altered mental status, and meningismus[]

  • Hemophilia A

    The disease most commonly affects the knee followed by the elbow, ankle, shoulder, and wrist.[] Ultrasonography is useful in the evaluation of joints affected by acute or chronic effusions.[] .  Clinically:  Aura: tingling warm sensation  Excruciating pain  Generally affects one joint at the time  Most commonly: knee; but there are others as elbows, wrists[]

  • Avascular Necrosis

    A 24-year-old woman presented with right wrist pain of 12 months duration.[] Magnetic resonance imaging was ordered and demonstrated abnormal femoral head and acetabular contour, extensive bone marrow edema, and a complex joint effusion.[] effusion presence of a potentially unstable osteochondral fragment: rim sign subchondral fractures CT Often more sensitive than plain film in showing subchondral fractures[]

  • Osteoid Osteoma

    Osteoid osteoma of the carpal bones is a rare cause of wrist pain and can raise diagnostic issues.[] Symptoms are: chronic synovitis, decreased range of motion, joint effusion, and joint contracture.[] Cancellous lesions are frequently intraarticular (most often in the hip) and may be associated with synovitis and joint effusion.[]

  • Traumatic Arthropathy

    Wrist pain is common. Repetitive motion ... Trends in the Utilization of Total Wrist Arthroplasty versus Wrist Fusion for Treatment of Advanced Wrist Arthritis.[] MRI MRI findings mirror those of the plain radiographs and include: large shoulder joint effusion complete rotator cuff tear narrowing of the glenohumeral joint thinning of[] A large joint effusion is usually the striking imaging feature (Fig. 3).[]

  • Subacromial Bursitis

    Common symptoms of subacromial bursitis Pain on the outside of your shoulder; may spread down your arm towards the elbow or wrist.[] In other cases, the trend is clearly in favor of the group with pain and effusion: acromioclavicular joint arthritis (pain with effusion 70.4 % vs. pain without effusion 29.6[] Subacromial Bursitis SYMPTOMS •Pain on the outside of your shoulder, pain may also spread down your arm towards the elbow or wrist.[]

  • Paraneoplastic Syndrome

    A 23-year-old man, with no relevant medical history, presented with inflammatory peripheral and axial polyarthritis, wrist pain, and persistent low-grade fever for the past[] effusions, especially of the fingers Polyarthritis (i.e., variable inflammation of large and small joints), for example, arthritis associated with leukemia (code 208.9 [713.2[] Hypertrophic osteoarthropathy is prominent with certain lung cancers and manifests as painful swelling of the joints (knees, ankles, wrists, elbows, metacarpophalangeal joints[]

  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease

    Methods: We present an unusual case of a 12-year-old boy with a history of Legg-Calve-Perthes disease presenting with right wrist pain who was subsequently diagnosed with[] Early signs joint effusion: widening of the medial joint space asymmetrical femoral epiphyseal size (smaller on the affected side) apparent increased density of the femoral[] This finding is also designated Waldenström's sign which is considered to be a non-specific indicator of hip disorders associated with joint effusion.[]

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