degenerative arthritis


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degenerative arthritis

[di′jen·ə·rəd·iv är′thrīd·əs]
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5 Small bony erosions must also be differentiated from subchondral cystic change caused by degenerative arthritis (PVNS also predisposes to degenerative arthritis).
McCain has degenerative arthritis from war injuries that might mean a future joint replacement.
She needed surgery, with pins to correct fractures and she has painful, severe degenerative arthritis in one foot.
Summary guidelines for non-steroidal antiinflammatory drugs versus basic analgesics in treating the pain of degenerative arthritis.
Our vet tells us that because of the degenerative arthritis, Hoodoo may not last through the next winter.
1) Long-term complications include severe pain, entrapment neuropathy, separation of the scaphoid and lunate, and degenerative arthritis.
Someone could have severe advanced degenerative arthritis, and if you just look at the AP, you may miss it.
In addition to synovial chondromatosis, the differential diagnosis of loose joint bodies in the TMJ includes osteochondral fracture fragments, condylar fracture, rheumatoid arthritis, degenerative arthritis, and avascular necrosis.
I think you may continue to run vigorously without fear of worsening the degenerative arthritis of your spine, and you will even likely slow the progression of the condition.
If the deformity does not correct, parents may ask you about the potential for disability--including degenerative arthritis of the hip, patella subluxation, degenerative arthritis of the knee, lordosis, back pain, and functional disturbances that might affect athletic performance--but Dr.
Degenerative arthritis is an enormous problem which affects millions of people in the United States and around the world.