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Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis where in the joints of fingers, spine, knees and hips are affected very badly. Take on this quiz to know more about osteoarthritis.
The talonavicular joint exists in the foot (on the top). It is one of the three joints that exist in the hind foot. The talonavicular […]
Löfgren syndrome is a sub-type and an acute form of sarcoidosis and one of the main symptoms of this syndrome is arthritis. Europeans, especially Scandinavians […]
Neuropathic arthritis is a degenerative joint condition, especially in the weight-bearing joints. It can in fact be considered as osteoarthritis, but this one is caused […]
Arachidonic acid is an essential fatty acid (not synthesized in the body naturally) which belongs to the omega-6 fatty acid group. This acid is in […]
Acromioclavicular arthrosis is an arthritic condition that affects the acromioclavicular or the AC joint in the shoulder. This is the reason that this condition is […]
Plant thorn arthritis is a type of monoarthritis , meaning, a type of arthritis that affects only a single joint. Also referred to […]
Trapeziectomy is a surgical procedure that deals with the trapezium bone located at the base of the thumb. The trapezium bone when affected with osteoarthritis […]
Chondrocalcinosis or calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate disease (CPDD) is an acute form of arthritis and a rheumatoid disorder. Crystals of calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate get deposited […]
One of the most unusual, yet researched forms of treatment for arthritis is the use of shark cartilage. Shark cartilage benefits have not been proven […]
Post traumatic arthritis is a curable form of arthritis that can occur following an injury like a fracture or dislocation to the hands or feet. […]
In people who suffer from knee osteoarthritis, it is evident that the pain caused is due to depleted cartilage layers between the joints. Knee cartilage […]
An arthritis knee cyst is also called a Baker’s cyst or a popliteal cyst . A cyst behind the knee is common in […]
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