Jean Martin Charcot

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French neurologist who tried to use hypnotism to cure hysteria (1825-1893)

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Performing the X-rays of the left knee, we were suspicious of a Charcot arthropathy (Figure 6).
To our knowledge, there is only one case report of a successful use of teriparatide in ankle Charcot arthropathy [9]; we think there is a need for further studies to confirm this indication.
3-5) In tabes dorsalis, diabetes mellitus (DM), alcoholic neuropathy, leprosy, syphilis, myelomeningocele, syringomyelia, and intraarticular steroid injections are the other causes of Charcot arthropathy.
Our case is interesting because of the symptoms which occurred in the later period of the disease, the comorbidity of acral mutilations, the existence of Charcot arthropathy in the shoulder and elbow, and the association with sensory motor polyneuropathy.
Charcot arthropathy, which is also called neuropathic arthritis, is a serious complication of diabetes, he said.
Identify the signs and symptoms of acute Charcot arthropathy.
Co-morbidities due to early type 2 diabetes such as heart disease, early kidney disease, stoke, hypertension, skeletal deformities genu valgum, stress fractures, Charcot arthropathy, increase incidence of cancer, staetohepatitis (fatty liver), and others will result in a society of young disabled individuals.
SBi provides unrestricted educational grant to the international Task Force on Charcot Arthropathy
Charcot Arthropathy is the progressive deterioration of a joint, such as a foot or ankle, which affects up to 35 percent of patients with diabetes.