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a pathology or abnormality of a joint

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Peripheral arthropathies of IBD were first classified into Types I and II by Orchard and associates, and these classifications are still in use today (Table 3).
MR imaging of the hand has a few advantages over radiography in the evaluation of hand and finger arthropathies.
Unilateral joint pain can present in a variety of ways, including gout, chondrocalcinosis, avascular osteonecrosis, septic arthritis, autoimmune arthropathies, and cancer.
Alcaptonuria (black urine disease) is a rare inherited genetic disorder of phenylalanine and tyrosine metabolism with hiperpigmentation of skin, sclera, cartilages, degenerative ochronic arthropathies.
The AoR meeting has been running for the past 8 years and concentrates mainly on the topic "Inflammatory Arthritides/ Arthropathies," said Dr.
It may occur after injury, in repetitive use syndromes and in certain inflammatory conditions such as SpA and HIV-associated arthropathies.
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Both acute and chronic arthropathies have been reported in adults vaccinated with the tetanus-diphtheria (Td), hepatitis B (HepB), and measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccines.
Spondyloarthropathies resembling idiopathic ankylosing spondylitis occur in 10% of patients with ulcerative colitis and, less frequently, in those with Crohn disease; peripheral, often asymmetric, arthropathies occur in 5-20% of IBD patients.
Working with Hani El-Gabalawy of the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Benoist and Mathis have recently looked for GPI antibodies in the blood of several hundred people who are healthy or have one of several joint diseases called arthropathies.
Conversely, the authors have clearly and throughly elaborated on the management of gout; the discussion of the clinical manifestations and diagnosis of crystal-induced arthropathies is much less complete.
This guide demonstrates the radiologic diagnosis of disorders and injuries of the temporomandibular joint, spine, pelvis, hip, thigh, knee, foot, ankle, calf, shoulder and arm, elbow and forearm, and hand and wrist, as well as musculoskeletal neoplasms, infections, marrow disorders, arthropathies and connective tissue diseases, metabolic disease, and miscellaneous conditions.
Comparison of radiography, CT and MR imaging in detection of arthropathies in patients with hemophilia.
The text uses a simple approach to diagnosis focusing on the use of radiographs and the more common arthropathies and their hallmarks, excluding any deviations.
NOR-DMARD is a large, observational register that includes all patients with inflammatory arthropathies who are starting treatment with a DMARD for the first time at five rheumatology centers in Norway.