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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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I'm in my early 20's and since I was around 16 I haven't been able to last very long in the bedroom. It's embarrassing at my age. What can I do?

I'm in my early 20's and since I was around 16 I haven't been able to last very long in the bedroom. It's embarrassing at my age. What can I do?

Sex: Learn to bring your partner to climax with your hands. Ask them to help you by telling you what feels good as you do it. You may have to use lubricant like KY jelly.If you use petroleum jelly you may want to protect the bedding from staining by using a towel under your partner. This will allow you to have intercourse afterward without worrying about how long you last. ...Read more

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How long willtmj last?

How long willtmj last?

Can't tell: The tempomandibular joint can make a person miserable and there's no predicting how long it will last. There are folks who know how to treat this and i'm not one of them; a variety of measures including those that keep you from grinding your teeth at night can help, as can more intensive interventions. Good luck. ...Read more

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Need to last long on sex?

Need to last long on sex?

Sexologist: Visit a sexologist or a clinic specializing in sexual disorders. You will be instructed in techniques to train you to delay ejaculation. ...Read more

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How to last longer in bed?

ED?: perhaps your best option would be a history and physical by your urologist ...Read more

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Sex how to last long at it?

Sex how to last long at it?

Slowly does it: Stop thrusting at earliest hint of oncoming ejaculation/climax & take deep breaths in & out. U can try 2% anesthetic jelly as lubricant on your glans penis. Avoid alcohol. ...Read more

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Long will a b 12 shot last? How

Long will a b 12 shot last? How

Week to 21 days: Depends how low you are but typically a week to 21 days . I give b12 weekly if patient is low find it works best ...Read more

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How do I last longer than 15 minutes?

How do I last longer than 15 minutes?

15 minutes !!!: Ok - just to put things into perspective - you are already doing pretty dog gone good. ...Read more

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How long does ic last?

How long does ic last?

IC: Ic is a chronic condition that we can treat but not cure. It is a lifetime condition that at times will go asymptomatic with flares occasionally. ...Read more

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How long does mono last?

How long does mono last?

2-3 wks: For most teens or adults this would gradually improve by 2-3 weeks which is the general contageous period. A subset of 1/4 may have persisting problems (tired,lethargic) for 2-3 mo. There is a myth about a "chronic" mono (yrs) that has been refuted by the CDC. ...Read more

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How long does mono last?

How long does mono last?

2-3 wks: For most teens or adults this would gradually improve by 2-3 weeks which is the general contageous period. A subset of 1/4 may have persisting problems (tired,lethargic) for 2-3 mo. There is a myth about a "chronic" mono (yrs) that has been refuted by the CDC. ...Read more

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How long does MRSA last?

How long does MRSA last?

Depends: With treatment it should clear up in ten days in a immunocompetent patient. If patient has deep seated infections such as endocarditis, ventilator associated pneumonia or bacteremia, or in a immunocompromised person, it may take weeks before it clears out. ...Read more

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