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Can chronic salmonella typhoid cause migratory joint pain? I never had acute illness. Joint and muscle pain comes and goes and is migratory.

Can chronic salmonella typhoid cause migratory joint pain? I never had acute illness. Joint and muscle pain comes and goes and is migratory.

Migratory joint pain: Studies show that a migratory polyarthritis has a panoply of causes. A careful history and physical exam are indicated promptly. Typhoid fever could cause a reactive arthritis but several questions need to be asked over a series of visits and lab tests to determine your diagnosis. Several etiologies including vascular, infectious,inflammatory, autoimmune, metabolic, idiopathic, neoplastic, etc. ...Read more

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What does the diffuse mean in arthralgias?

What does the diffuse mean in arthralgias?

Major and minor jts.: Arthralgias means pain without obvious swellin of the involved joints.Arthitis is both pain as well as inflammatory swelling of joints. Diffuse arthralgias include pain from major joints like shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle joints involvement as well as minor joints like finger joints, toe joints, foot joints, spine joints involvement and causing pain in those regions. Rheumatic fever has both. ...Read more

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What is arthralgia?

See below: Technically arthralgia is pain in the joints and arthritis is inflammation in the joints however, the terms are often used interchangeably. Not all pain in joints is arthritic though. For instance, joint pain can occur from viruses or even conditions like low thyroid (hypothyroid). ...Read more

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What causes arthralgia?

What causes arthralgia?

It is joint pain: This is pain in the joint. It can be due to injury or inflammation. If there is more inflammation you can get swelling and this is then called arthritis.There are many causes for joint pain and it can even occur if the muscle strength about he joints is not good. There are lab tests to help tell if you have inflammation as well as your examination by your physician. or a rheumatologist ...Read more

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Can arthralgia cause severe illness?

Can arthralgia cause severe illness?

Other way around: Arhtralgia simply means joint pain. It is a symptom that can occur, not cause, with some illnesses. ...Read more

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What kind of dr do see for arthralgia?

What kind of dr do see for arthralgia?

Rheumatologist: Rheumatologist how specialize with joint disease, or you see your family doctor how will guide you .Good luck thanks. ...Read more

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Difference betwen arthralgia&arthritis?

Pain vs Swelling: Arthralgia refers to only joint pain (arth = joint; -algia = pain). Arthritis refers to inflammation in the joint (arth- = joint; -itis = inflammed) which may or may not be accompanied by pain. There are many types of arthritis--most of which involve a disease process that is either chronic (osteoarthritis, ra, jia) or short-term or curable (reactive arthritis, septic arthritis). ...Read more

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Difference between arthritis and arthralgia?

Difference between arthritis and arthralgia?

Inflammation: "arthritis" means joint inflammation while "arthralgia" means joint pain. You can have joint pain without joint inflammation, joint inflammation without joint pain, or have both together. ...Read more

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What are the tests for arthritis - arthralgia?

What are the tests for arthritis - arthralgia?

Clinical eval +++: The most important 'test' is--as usual--the diagnostic tool between the physician's ears. Any well versed specialist in the field of arthritis (rheumatology) knows that hearing exactly what the details are given by the pt (history) and a careful, thorough exam of all parts of the body, will yield a dx, or at least what tests to order. Some: esr, crp, antibodies to own cells, cbc, etc. ...Read more

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What is the difference between arthritis, arthralgia?

See below: Technically arthralgia is pain in the joints and arthritis is inflammation in the joints however, the terms are often used interchangeably. Not all pain in joints is arthritic though. For instance, joint pain can occur from viruses or even conditions like low thyroid (hypothyroid). ...Read more

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What are the main symptoms of fibromyalgia vs arthralgia?

What are the main symptoms of fibromyalgia vs arthralgia?

Fibromyalgia: Fibromyalgia(fm) versus arthalgia (muscle pain). Fm symtpom cluster is more specific: pain, allodynia [pressure sensitive], joint stiffness, fatigue insomnia, 9 paired 'tender points' on body, swallowing, bowel, bladder dysfunction. Depression is a common go along. 9:1 male to f ratio. 2-4% of pop. Might have it. Considered difficult to diagnose and treat at times. Arthralgia=simply muscle pain. ...Read more

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Have arthralgia -- what are some warm ups to do before working out to help?

Same as anyone else: For most people with joint pain, there is no need for any special type of warm-up. The same sorts of things that a non-arthritic person does should be adequate, except perhaps with more attention to areas that are particularly stiff or uncomfortable. Don't avoid exercise, but be gentle and listen to your body. ...Read more

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What’s the Difference between Arthritis and Arthralgia. Which one is more serve?

What’s the Difference between Arthritis and Arthralgia. Which one is more serve?

Arthritis and: Arthralgia, literally means joint pain and is a symptom of the Arthritis is a joint disorder itself that involves inflammation of one or several joints. ...Read more

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What causes joint pain?

What causes joint pain?

Many, many causes: Medical specialists in joint diseases are called rheumatolgists. If the joint hurts, it's called 'arthralgia'; if the joints are inflamed (red, swollen, warm, painful), its called 'arthritis' which can be part of over 100 diseases. Many more cause joint arthralgia. Most are limited to 3-4 weeks. Most common chronic is degenerative. Joint pains over a month...Not always simple answer--see your pcp. ...Read more

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What causes joint pain?

What causes joint pain?

Varies : Multiple potential causes including arthritis, injury, inflammation among other possibilities. Don't hesitate to be seen for it. ...Read more

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Why do I have joint pain?

Why do I have joint pain?

Too general: Sorry, this is way too general a question...Even with specifics including your age, medical history, family history, work history, and additional answers the possible causes are many, many things...Please see your doctor to discuss your concerns! this would be like ordering pants for someone and not knowing the gender, age or size! ...Read more

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Can a teen have joint pain?

Can a teen have joint pain?

Yes: If you are having pain, please see your doctor for further evaluation. From the very young to very old can get arthritis. ...Read more