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Osteoarthrosis

My husband had an xray of his wrist that came back with this: Advanced osteoarthrosis. Significant widening of the scaphoid lunate interval. Destruction of the proximal carpal row compatible with a stablwe lunate advanced collapse pattern (SLAC)....
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The description given by you is suggestive of arthritis that is roughening of joint. These all are technical words please do not go by them.
My advice would be -
1. Gentle exercise along with hot water fomentation with pain killer on SOS basis and wrist brace.
2....
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i had an mri which showed: moderate grade partial thickness articular sided tear of junction posterior suprasinatus and interior infraspinatus tendons near footprint ....mildtendinosis suggestion poss tearing anterosuperior portion labrum versus...
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The initial management for AC joint arthrits and Partial thickness cuff tear is always conservative by following means -
FOR AC JOINT :-
* activity modification
* heat application
* Non steroidal antiinflammatory medications
* intra articular steroid injections
If...
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I have osteoarthrosis in my left foot it is swollen and has been for a few weeks I have seen my doctor and had blood tests and xray blood tests fine xray saw mild osteoarthrosis my foot feels numbish it has been like this for years as I have back...
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I understand you have had sciatica of left leg for several years and had a decreased sensation in your left foot all along. Now you have developed foot swelling and your sensation in your sole has worsened that you started feeling as if you are walking on cotton wool and now xray shows...
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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 see above
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Welcome to healthcaremagic.com.Did you sustain any shoulder injury? These findings are consistent with rotator cuff or tear in the muscles and or ligaments surrounding the shoulder joint.Also the joint has undergone degenerative changes secondary to the muscle/bursal tear.
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hi , for last 4 months i have been taking Olvance M25 for high BP , although the BP remains with in limit but i am facing some new health issues. Initially I used to have swelling in my legs which subsided after 5-6 days but still surfaces occasionally. The second problem which i have started facing is the pain at the other side of knees(backside). even after folding the legs for 2 min, while getting up i am not able to take the weight of the body.I can t get up and start walking directly from the sitting posture , I have to first stand and wait for some time and then initially walk slowly before walking normally due to this pain. I am 40 yrs old, please help..
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After going through your history you have high blood pressure and taking treatment for it, this is good that your blood pressure is well controlled,please continue to take your medicine regularly.
Your swelling over legs is dependant edema so it should be examined by Physician...
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My mom had vaginal hysterectomy 1.5 yr ago. Post which she was asked not to sit on floor, for 6 months. But now too, she can't sit on floor - especially cross-legged. She is not bend her left knee for more than 45 degrees and feels little pain.

Is she having arthritis? What type of arthritis is it? She climbs steep stairs, up and down, everyday. Will this have any impact?
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Thanks for posting your query.
From your description it seems that both of your mother's knee joints have undergone osteoarthritic changes. These are basically age related degenerative changes in the weight bearing joints like knee and is characterized by joint pain and stiffness. Upon...
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