Pain. Pain and difficulty with the involved joint are common findings.
Tissue death no bugs. Aseptic necrosis is often used to describe the death of bone due to vascular insufficiency, without and infection. High dose steroid treatment can cause aseptic necrosis of the head of the femur. Fracture of the femoral neck can also cause aseptic necrosis due to injury to blood vessels supplying the femoral head.
Of course. This should be evaluated to see if it is sciatica or fibromyalgia, as both are treatable.
Bone death. Aseptic or avascular necrosis are older terms that describe none that has died without cause. The current term is osteonecrosis, but it all means the same thing. Dead bone. Try the american academy of orthopaedic surgeons web site for more information. Aaos. Org.
Osteonecrosis. Test for avn plain x-ray of the involved bone or joint and to confirm it the principat test is an mri. Dr seni.
Aseptic necrosis hip. "aseptic necrosis" usually applies to a hip problem where the blood vessel to the hip area has been compromised so that the tip of the hip bone (femoral head) tends to degenerate. It initiates a pretty severe kind of arthritis and usually needs surgery to fix it.
Blood supply. When the blood stops flowing to an area of bone, the bone dies. This is aseptic/avascular necrosis (avn). Depending on the size and the location of the area affected as well as the patient's response to the avn. Sometimes this will get better by itself and other times, this will need surgery.
Local bone death. Aseptic necrosis is also called osteonecrosis, avascular necrosis (AVN), or ischemic bone necrosis. It is a condition that occurs when there is diminished blood to the bone. An interruption to the blood supply causes bone to die. If the environment is not altered or improved, the involved bone may eventually collapse and become a structural problem.
Dead bone. All depend of the joint involved with avn, if the area of dead bone is small some time bone graft can be done, some time plain drilling of the bone may suffice or some times vascularized pedicule bone graft is the answer and some times a total joint replacement is the best procedure. All depend of the particular circumstances of the joint involved. Dr seni.
Evaluate for underly. Evaluate for underlying causes - fractures, coagulopathies, hyperbaric, etc.
See hand specialist. Aseptic necrosis (avn) of the scaphoid may occur from prior trauma/scaphoid fracture or rarely without a previous fracture as in preiser disease where avn of scaphoid bone occurs possibly due to repetitive microtrauma or side effects of drugs (e.g., steroids or chemotherapy)) in conjunction with existing defective vascular supply to the proximal pole of the scaphoid. See a hand orthopedic surgeon.
Mostly wait. Treatment depends upon the amount of bone involvement. For whatever reason the blood supply to your scaphoid bone was interrupted. Mild symptoms can be treated with oral and/or injectable steroids and immobilization. More severe symptoms may require surgical intervention. Surgical treatments may be aimed at restoring the blood supply, reducing inflammation or fusing the wrist.
Depends... If only a small portion of the scaphoid involved we will observe. More significant involvement many times we will try revascularization procedures to bring more blood supply to the bone. This will require a hand surgeon evaluation -.