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Causes, symptoms and treatment of temporomandibular joint arthritis

Temporomandibular joint arthritis( TMJ) is an acute or chronic inflammation of the structural elements of the joint, which is accompanied by pain and disruption of its functioning. According to statistics, young and middle-aged people are more likely to face the problem. Given the cause and clinical features of the disease, the treatment of pathology can be dealt with by a traumatologist, dentist, ENT or rheumatologist. Contents of the article Anatomy of the joint Co...

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Symptoms and complex approach to the treatment of osteoarthritis

One of the leading joint diseases is osteoarthritis, which significantly reduces the quality of life of patients. Degenerative-dystrophic changes, gradually forming in large joints, prevent a person from moving freely, limiting his work capacity and being able to actively rest. Progression of the disease leads to difficulties in walking, especially on the stairs, and to the inability to perform the usual work by hand. The tendency towards an increase in the incidence of osteoarthr...

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How to diagnose and cure arthritis of the ankle?

Arthritis of the ankle is a disease caused by a violation of the proportion of load on the joint and the stability of its components. When the first signs of this ailment appear, should immediately go to the doctor , to establish the correct diagnosis and the appointment of an effective treatment. The inflammatory process develops quite rapidly, the motor activity is gradually limited, the way of life is disrupted, temporary disability occurs, and in some cases even disability. A...

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How to stop gouty arthritis until it stops you?

The disease of modern society is gout, which belongs to the group of metabolic diseases. The disease is characterized by a long and persistent current and is capable of provoking severe destructive processes in the joints. Here it is worth mentioning for the first time the true enemy of mankind - gouty arthritis. Article Contents disease Essence The causes and forms of the disease Symptoms disease disease diagnosis treatment method Recommended Diet i...

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How to effectively treat polyarthritis of the fingers

Polyarthritis is a disease characterized by the occurrence of acute inflammation in various joints or the simultaneous damage of several of them. It is observed quite often, especially among elderly people. The causes may be different, but the result is an increasing pain in the joints and a decrease in their mobility. In this case, you need to immediately begin treatment, since polyarthritis causes irreversible changes in almost all joints. Contents of the article Cause...

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What you need to know about reactive arthritis in children

Inflammation of the joint is considered reactive if it does not appear on its own, but because of any infection of the body caused by microbes or viruses. Infectious diseases are infectious, the baby can catch the pathogen by airborne, contact method. A major role in the appearance of a disorder has a decrease in immunity, accompanying abnormalities. In children at risk there are children with the presence of the gene HLA B27, that is, this disorder is hereditary. Disturbanc...

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How to diagnose and cure rheumatoid arthritis in children

Rheumatoid arthritis is a disease of unknown origin, characterized by joint damage. The most common form of childhood rheumatoid arthritis is juvenile( JRA).Usually disease is detected in preschool children , in half of cases it is children under 5 years old. The incidence of rheumatoid arthritis in girls is two to three times higher than that of boys. Untreated rheumatoid arthritis disrupts the normal development of the child, can lead to disability, cause difficulties in social adapt...

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