What happens in Osteoarthritis ?
ive recently had mri of right shoulder findings are osteoarthosis of ac jointalso fluid in subacromial subeltoid bursa and bursal tering involving the anterior supraaspinatus tendon my question is what exactly does this imply ? CAN TEAR BE REPAIRED?
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Swelling of thighs due to osteoarthritis
i have osteoarthritis and my thighs have swollen over a few days. what could be the cause behind it?? iam 45 years old menopausal female and also have mild osteoporosis ...my doctor gave me intraarticular steroids a few days back for the same reason
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What does osteoarthritis mean ?
My father age 62 yrs, following is an Right knee X-Ray report , please give details. VISUALIZED BONES ARE OSTEOPENIC. RIGHT KNEE JOINT SPACE IS MIDLY REDUCED. PATELLAR SPIKES ARE SEEN. OSTEOPHYTES ARE SEEN FROM TIBAL AND FEMORAL CONDYLES. LOOSE BODY
Hi pain in joints, restricted movements, swelling, sound during movements and inflammatory changes suggests OA.
Hope this answered your question. Consult your doctor for further examination and management.Feel free to ask me if you have any further queries.
Wish you good health. Take care.
Osteoarthritis of knee severe with night pain%0A
For osteoarthritis, weight reduction is the main treatment along with medicines to decrease pain like NSAID's - paracetamol, aceclofenac etc., Life style modifications like avoiding sitting cross legged, squatting, using indian type toilets will decrease the rate of progression of osteoarthritis. Exercises like quadriceps strengthening, swimming, straight leg raising will help in improving the m
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