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pain in a joint or joints

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Most common adverse reactions (incidence[greater than or equal to]5%) are: lip dry, dry skin, back pain, dry eye, arthralgia, epistaxis, headache, nasopharyngitis, chapped lips, dermatitis, blood creatine kinase increased, cheilitis, musculoskeletal discomfort, upper respiratory tract infection, visual acuity reduced.
On day 7, new onset of myalgias and arthralgias occurred.
Interestingly, the authors comment that similar changes are seen on MRI in diabetes-associated arthralgias.
The disease causes arthralgia and arthritis secondary to a transient inflammation of the synovium of the hip.
She had no fever, hematuria, arthralgia, myalgia, or malaise.
Weakness and arthralgias may persist for several months following the acute episode.
The presence of arthralgias [joint pain] was by far the best predictor of previous Lyme disease," they assert.
Arthralgias occurred with greater frequency in the ABRAXANE weekly (150 mg/m2) and every three week (300 mg/m2) arms compared to the Taxotere arm (33%, 35% vs.
Recurrent arthralgias in a patient with previous Mayaro fever infection.
Arthralgias and periarticular swelling typically involve hands, ankles, and knees.
Arthralgias for longer than 3 months in more than four joints.
3) Adverse drug events (ADEs) associated with quinupristin-dalfopristin include infusion-site reactions (42%), infusion-site pain (40%), edema (17%), arthralgias (47%), myalgias (6%), gastrointestinal effects (3 to 5%), rash (2.
These conditions can be accompanied by systemic symptoms such as fever, malaise, night sweats, weight loss, and migratory arthralgias.
The cases we diagnosed differed from those reported from Germany, in which arthralgias were less common and previous valve lesions more common.