Pain Management

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December 15, 2018

Knee pain and knee injuries are public complaints to both general practitioners and orthopaedic surgeons. Knee injuries, happening many times in males (<30 years of age), are a prime origin of pain and disability, and a widespread public fitness concern about healthcare costs and work disability.
Musculoskeletal disorders and injuries are common causes of morbidity and loss of active, physically demanding training days in military populations. The observed study incidence, diagnosis, and risk factors for knee disorders and injuries in male Finnish military conscripts.

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December 15, 2018

Psoriatic arthritis is chronic arthritis. In a few people, it is mild, with just occasional flare-ups. In other people, it is continuous and can cause joint damage if it is not treated. Early diagnosis is essential to avoid damage to joints. Psoriatic arthritis typically occurs in people with skin psoriasis, but it can happen in subjects without skin psoriasis, particularly in peoples who have relatives with psoriasis.

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December 15, 2018

Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is clinically introduced as loss of motor, sensory or autonomic functions due to chemotherapy. One of the significant symptoms among these patients arise is neuropathic pain which can be evaluated with the help of serum markers like Nerve growth factor (NGF). NGF is trophic to small sensory fibers and manages nociception as well.

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December 14, 2018

Mono-arthritis depicted a diagnostic challenge to even the most trained clinician; it is almost always probable to recognise patients who require vigorous determination and treatment to prevent rapid disease progression, such as those with suspected septic arthritis. The symptom of joint pain is related to a variety of disorders. The initial step in determining the patient with monoarticular pain is finding out that the origin of the pain is the joint, rather than the nearby soft tissues.
To study the joint distribution and 2-year outcome of patients with recent-onset monoarthritis.

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December 14, 2018

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients can have substantial long-term consequences. One 18-year longitudinal study published in 1998 determined that 25% of all patients with RA required total joint replacement surgery.
Severe rheumatoid arthritis study assesses the effect of early anti-tumour necrosis factor (TNF) therapy in patients with severe rheumatoid arthritis (RA) on the successive risk of total knee replacement (TKR) surgery.

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