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305 Possible Causes for Joint Effusion, Wrist Pain

  • 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 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[]

  • 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[] […] tenderness, pain with movement, decreased range of motion, swelling, effusion, warmth Neurologic: Abnormal findings, altered mental status, meningismus Gastrointestinal:[] Examination in patients with hemophilia B may reveal the following signs of hemorrhage: Systemic: Tachycardia, tachypnea, hypotension, and/or orthostasis Musculoskeletal: Joint[]

  • Ligament Tear

    Abstract 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.[]

  • Pseudogout

    Wondering about that suddenly painful and swollen knee, elbow, or wrist?[] Treatment with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and aspiration of the joint effusion had not been effective.[] An axial magnetic resonance imaging scan demonstrated joint effusion at the level of the bilateral L4-L5 facet joint.[]

  • Arthritis

    Pain , frequently beginning at night, can be so intense that patients are sensitive to even the lightest touch.[] 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.[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    , especially on movement and after exercise, for example knee pain when walking upstairs, thumb or wrist pain after gardening Joint tenderness Loss of movement in the joint[] […] subchondral cyst formation and joint effusion.[] , pain was present at the maximum dorsiflexion.[]

  • Tenosynovitis

    DeQuervain's tenosynovitis is a common cause of radial-sided wrist pain.[] joint effusions with associated synovitis.[] A 26-year-old man with multiple recent sex partners presented to the ED with slowly progressing right wrist pain and swelling over 5 days.[]

  • Gout

    The uric acid then crystalizes in the joints - mainly the toes, ankles, hands and wrists - causing the painful inflammation of a gouty attack (gouty arthritis).[] 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.[]

  • Gouty Arthritis

    Common symptoms of gout are inflammation of the big toe, instep, ankle, knee, wrist and elbow joints, causing excruciating pain.[] 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[] Posted on 9/01/10 A 52-year-old male presented with severe pain in his wrists and right big toe, which was accompanied by inflammation and erythema of the joints.[]

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