rheumatism

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Synonyms for rheumatism

any painful disorder of the joints or muscles or connective tissues

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a chronic autoimmune disease with inflammation of the joints and marked deformities

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In our survey, rheumatoid arthritis patients receiving NSAIDs outnumbered other rheumatic disorders compared to the study conducted by Wynne and Long where NSAIDs were mostly prescribed for osteoarthritis followed by rheumatoid arthritis and other disorders.
Ginger: Ginger helps in treating various human ailments like rheumatic disorders, gastrointestinal problems and inflammatory conditions.
Prevalence of the major rheumatic disorders in the adult population of north Pakistan.
Moreover, Al-Muhana noted that around 1,000 patients suffer from blood and rheumatic disorders, adding that the goal of the conference is to provide them with the latest methods to cure these diseases.
6,7) Surprisingly, studies that have broadly looked at rheumatic disorders have reported wide-range prevalence for the same disease.
The products are approved for various disease states including Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatic disorders, Dermatologic diseases, and a variety of collagen, ophthalmic, respiratory diseases as well as allergic and edematous states.
No distinct pattern of CNS involvement on MRI was observed in various rheumatic disorders.
While, some authorities are of the belief that Fordyce's spots are also seen in some rheumatic disorders and in hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer syndrome.
2) MAS occurs secondary to many diseases, including infections, neoplasms, hematological conditions, and rheumatic disorders.
This ECSA lineage was reported mainly to cause long-lasting musculoskeletal and rheumatic disorders in chikungunya virus-infected patients (2-8).
It has been suggested that rheumatic disorders associated with malignancy can be classified as; 1.
The characteristics indicating a need for Dulcamara include rheumatic disorders associated with cold or dampness, and mucus membrane disorders.
Dr Elsa van Duuren provides an excellent overview of the plethora of these agents that are now becoming available for use in patients with RA and other rheumatic disorders.