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Doctor insights on: Complications Of Transient Synovitis

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What can be done to 4yer old child diagnosd wit a transient synovitis hip and what exactly is it?

What can be done to 4yer old child diagnosd wit a transient synovitis hip and what exactly is it?

Wait it out: Transient synovitis of the hip can arise from trauma, known or unrecognized, where a kid comes down on an extended heal & transfers the pressure to the hip joint.Over several hours, fluid accumulates in the hip joint & the kid limps. It will usually self heal over several days as the fluid is reabsorbed by the body.Ibuprofen for pain is helpful. ...Read more

Dr. Ronald Krauser
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Synovitis (Definition)

The synovial membrane is the lining of a joint and synovitis is inflammation of that lining. It can cause joint pain, swelling, and stiffness. When inflamed, the lining will create excessive joint fluid, causing swelling and increased joint pressure. The lining can also become thickened and cause apparent joint enlargement. Commonly associated with ...Read more


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How common is it for somebody to get synovitis?

How common is it for somebody to get synovitis?

Very common: Very common. Synovitis can have multiple causes and determining the cause is the key to treatment. The most common synovitis is related to overuse and is treated intially with nsaids. ...Read more

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What tissues get inflamed when you have synovitis?

What tissues get inflamed when you have synovitis?

The synovium: The synovium is the tissue the lines joints or tendons. It provides lubrication and nutrition to the cartilage cells or tendon cells. When inflamed the do not get normal nutrition or lubrication and can lead to cartilage destruction or tendon rupture. ...Read more

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What is the cause of synovitis in neck?

Joint inflammation: There are several cervical facets or neck joints. In fact there are 2 at each level with 7 levels giving you a total of 14 joints. Over time these joints can "wear out" leading to degeneration and inflammation of the joint. When a joint becomes inflammed it often swells due to increased synovial fluid. The term for an inflammed joint with excess fluid is synovitis. ...Read more

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Does jra always cause synovitis? If not how does that effect the jra?

Does jra always cause synovitis? If not how does that effect the jra?

Not always.: Still's disease or acute febrile jra may have little or no joint symptoms. It is still a form of jia. ...Read more

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Am i right to say that synovitis and plica syndrome are the same thing?

Am i right to say that synovitis and plica syndrome are the same thing?

no: Synovium lines the joints. Synovits isd an inflammation i f the joints while a plicxa is a folding in of the lining that can affect joint motion. ...Read more

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Please tell me what can be the causes for synovitis in wrist?

Trauma, arthritis: Either inflammatory or infectious, recent or prior injury, cartilage or ligament injury, bone conditions, new or old fracture, synovitis is a nonspecific term for inflammation of the tissue that line the wrist, the synovium. Thus there are many many causes. History, exam, xrays, and at times more advanced imaging and lab tests are all relevant in making a diagnosis. ...Read more

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What do you do for hip synovitis?

What do you do for hip synovitis?

Rest, meds, PT, u/s: Tendinitis/bursistis of hip often results of over use/trauma and the first thing to do is take it easy/rest a bit. Antiinflammatory meds such as aleve/motrin may help. Physical therapy/gentle stretching/rom exercises. Iontophoresis ultrasounds therapy, topical meds etc...May help quite a bit as well. So, if doing on your own not enough, consult doc for possible injection. Good luck. ...Read more

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Is synovitis a form of rheumatoid arthritis?

Is synovitis a form of rheumatoid arthritis?

See below: Synovitis occurs in rheumatoid arthritis and most of the other so called inflammatory arthritides. The synovium is the sac that surrounds our joints. In synovitis it becomes inflamed and thickened and this is what causes the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. This is caused by a malfunction of our immune system which produces antibodies which attack the synovium. ...Read more

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