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What are the tests for chondrocalcinosis?

What are the tests for chondrocalcinosis?

X-ray and crystal ex: X-ray and crystal examination and check for underlying disease with magnesium, TSH and iron studies, sometimes urine darkening on long exposure to sunlight. ...Read more

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Chondrocalcinosis (Definition)

-cartilage. Can B cartilage pieces from the joint adhering 2 the joint linings & then calcifying. This is the ...Read more


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What sort of disease is chondrocalcinosis?

What sort of disease is chondrocalcinosis?

Calcium in cartilage: Chondro means cartilage and calcinosis implies calcium deposition into an atypical area. Chondrocalcinosis is often associated with pseudogout, in which calcium pyrophosphate crystals are deposited into joints, and these may cause pain and inflammation. This is similar to gout, but gout involves urate crystals within the joint. I see chondrocalcinosis most commonly within the knee joint. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Chondrocalcinosis?

What is the definition or description of: Chondrocalcinosis?

Calcification of -: -cartilage. Can B cartilage pieces from the joint adhering 2 the joint linings & then calcifying. This is the usual way it's used ...Read more

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What does chondrocalcinosis mean? Where are the medial collateral ligament fibers in the knee? What does it mean there is an abnormal focal region acl

Read below: Chondrocalcinosis is abnormal deposits of calcium typically at the meniscus. The medial collateral ligaments (mcl) fibers are on the inside part of the knee. An abnormal focal region of the acl means that the acl has degenerated a bit. This can happen with age (unfortunately) or it can happen after an injury. ...Read more

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What does chondrocalcinosis mean in the knee? What does fibrillation of the articular cartilage posteriorly mean?

What does chondrocalcinosis mean in the knee? What does fibrillation of the articular cartilage posteriorly mean?

Arthritic changes: Chondocalcinosis is a condition with deposition of calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate crystals in the articular or joint surface cartilage (white stuff on the end of a chicken bone) that leads to arthitic changes. Fibrillation is early arthritic change with fraying of the articular catilage giving the surface the appearance of an unmowed lawninstead of a smooth surface. Posterior is back of joint. ...Read more

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What does chondrocalinosis mean?

What does chondrocalinosis mean?

Cartilage calcifcat: Calcification within cartilage. Common causes are primary or secondary hyperparathyroidism, and hemochromatosis. This condition can cause an arthopathy called pseudogout. This condition is treated by colchiine and nsaids. But finding the cause is paramount! ...Read more

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What is chondrocalinosis mean? Areas of the cartilage abnormality in the medial compartment and on the medial aspect of the patellar articular surface

What is chondrocalinosis mean? Areas of the cartilage abnormality in the medial compartment and on the medial aspect of the patellar articular surface

Calciumpyrophosphate: Chondrocalcinosis/pseudogout relates to deposition of crystals in the cartilage of joints. Arthritis occurs with acute painful swelling in one or more joints that last for days or weeks. The most commonly affected joint is the knee. Disease increases with age. Medical treatments can help relieve pain and reduce inflammation. Abnormality seen on x-ray or ct. Consult rheumatologist for therapy. ...Read more

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Hw to cure meinere s disease?

Hw to cure meinere s disease?

Take meclizine: Meclizine is a prescription drug you can get from your doctor. It will reduce the vertigo. ...Read more

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What s new in cure of diabeteis?

What s new in cure of diabeteis?

No cures: Go to the ada or diabetes research foundation for the latest info on type 1 and 2 dm. ...Read more

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Can cortisol injections cure/treat m.E./c.F.S?

More info needed: Need more information. What is m.E or c.F.S? Can you spell out abbreviations so we can better answer your question ...Read more

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If I contracted syphillis in my 40's, then can I cure myself or will it get worse?

If I contracted syphillis in my 40's, then can I cure myself or will it get worse?

Do not attempt self : Cures ! this requires prompt medical treatment. Depending on the stage of syphilis, intramuscular of intravenous penicillin is recommended with Doxycycline as a back up for penicillin allergy. Follow-up testing is recommended. You will be tested for other std's at that time. ...Read more

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Is there a cure that works for raynaud`s syndrome?

Is there a cure that works for raynaud`s syndrome?

Doubtful: Typically i would say there is no cure for raynauds. The one instance would be if smoking causes the symptoms of raynauds (which it can), and if you quit smoking it could go away. However, most patients with raynauds require treatment to reduce the symptoms of the condition. Avoiding direct contact with cold objects for example could reduce the symptoms. Medications can be quite helpful. ...Read more

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My s.G.O.T is 38.1 and s.G.P.T is 100.7 so please advise to cure my liver & is this position is critical or normal?

My s.G.O.T is 38.1 and s.G.P.T is 100.7 so please advise to cure my liver & is this position is critical or normal?

Need diagnosis first: Prior to treating one must know what the disease is.... In your case this will require some lab testing to exclude the common causes of lft elevation. This could be anything from fatty liver to hepatitis to recent alcohol intak, etc. Need to see doc to figure this out. ...Read more

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How to cure bell's?

How to cure bell's?

Bell's Palsy: This partial paralysis of the face is believed to be caused by a virus. For some years, an antiviral medication (acyclovir) had been recommended (if started in the first 3 days), but longer term studies have not shown a benefit. The standard treatment now is oral steroid medication (typically prednisone), which also should be started early. Prednisone is not a cure, but suppresses the inflammation. ...Read more

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Can leakumenia be cure?

Can leakumenia be cure?

Yes: Some people have been cured. Depending on the type of leukemia, your doctor may discuss medications or possibly treatments like bone marrow transplants. ...Read more

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How do I cure epilipse?

How do I cure epilipse?

Depends: Epilepsy can be well treated with medications. Some types of epilepsy can be caused by a medical problem that can be cured. Other types of epilepsy can be well treated, but not cured. Please see a neurologist for a better understanding of your specific situation. Hope this answer helps. ...Read more

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How can I cure from ed?

How can I cure from ed?

Libido Too Low: This common problem is usually related to fatigue, depression, or stress for someone your age. The mental health component of erections and sexual desire is very powerful. You may have to come to terms with what else is doing on in your life; you very well may have to do a blood test for thyroid levels. But, this does not have to be a permanent problem. ...Read more