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arthropathy

[‚är′thräp·ə·thē]
(medicine)
Any joint disease.
A neurotrophic disorder of a joint, usually due to lack of pain sensation, found in association with tabes dorsalis, leprosy, syringomyelia, diabetic polyneuropathy, and occasionally multiple sclerosis and myelodysplasias.
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Chronic postrheumatic fever arthropathy. Eur J Rheumatol 2019; 6(3): 163-4.
Arthropathy was present in 61.9% of the haemophilia A and 66.7% of haemophilia B patients; and mainly in patients of severe type over 18 years old.
The onset of joint bleedings in severe hemophilia occurs approximately 2 years of age[6] and arthropathy could be worsening in adolescents or young adults.
One case series involving 29 Charcot arthropathy patients undergoing ankle arthrodesis reported complication rates as high as 66% (12).
In all likelihood, neuropathic arthropathy (NA) is caused by a combination of these theories sharing the mechanism of some degree of neurological derangement.
Oligo/monoarthropathy (37.9%) was the most common type, followed by symmetrical polyarthropathy (30.6%), distal hand joint arthropathy (29.6%), spondylitis/sacroiliitis (7.4%), and arthritis mutilans (2.8%) (Table 1).
Consequently, rhupus arthropathy is an overlapping syndrome of rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus that is defined by erosive polyarthritis accompanied by an overlap of clinical and immunological symptoms.
Brodsky, "Charcot arthropathy of the foot and ankle in patients with idiopathic neuropathy," Foot & Ankle International, vol.
Charcot hip joint refers to a destructive hip arthropathy caused by tabes dorsalis, syringomyelia, peripheral nerve injury due to diabetes mellitus, congenital insensivity to pain with anhydrosis, and so on.
There is no specific pattern of HCV related arthropathy (HCVrA) and it ranges from polyarthralgias to arthrititis.
This is increasingly referred to as haemochromatosis arthropathy.
Introduction: Human parvovirus (HPV) B19 may cause syndromes with a different clinic such as erythema infectiosum, non-immune hydrops fetalis, temporary aplastic anemia and arthropathy. Main clinical presentations are fever, anemia, rash, arthropathy, hepatitis and optic neuritis.