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  • Hip

    The low back, sacroiliac joint, and hip joints can all cause pain in a similar anatomic distribution, and each must be considered in the evaluation of a patient with complaints of pain in the region...

  • Whipple’s disease

    Whipple’s disease is an uncommon chronic systemic disorder caused by the gram-positive bacillus Tropheryma whipplei (from the Greek trophe meaning nourishment and eryma meaning barrier, which...

  • Rheumatology Pearls

    "Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity." —Hippocrates of Kos

  • Arthritis

    Arthritis is inflammation of one or more joints. There are two major categories of arthritis. Monoarticular Arthritis Most common diagnoses in acute monoarticular arthritis: crystalline,...

  • Osteoporosis

    T-score ≥ −1 Normal T-score between −1 and −2.5 Osteopenia T-score ≤ −2.5 Osteoporosis Fractures occur spontaneously or...

  • ACP PRP

    THERAPY WITH AUTOLOGICAL CONDITIONED PLASMA (AUTOLOGICAL BLOOD) Growth factors influence the healing process Infos ACP Center Bern: https://acpcenter.ch/acp/ ACP Richtlinien Absetzen von...

  • Injection techniques

    Injection techniques UZR on VIMEO

  • Acromegaly

    Acromegaly is a rare syndrome that occurs when the adenohypophysis secretes too much growth hormone (GH) even after the epiphyseal plates close during puberty. Arthropathy can be seen in up to 74%...

  • GTPS

    GTPS and the myth of trochanteric bursitis

  • Carcinomatous Polyarthritis

    Polyarthritis can rarely (<2%) be the presenting manifestation of an occult malignancy. The association of polyarthritis and malignancy is suggested by: A close temporal relationship between...

  • Chondromalacia patellae

    The term chondromalacia patellae refers to a degenerative condition of the articular surface of the patella that progresses from softening, through fibrillar changes and full-thickness cracks, to...

  • Haemophilic Arthropathy

    Hemophilic arthropathy refers to permanent joint disease occurring in haemophilia. Around 50% of patients with haemophilia will develop a severe arthropathy. Haemarthroses may be spontaneous or...

  • Thyroid Disease

    Rheumatic problems occuring in patients with hyperthyroidism Thyroid acropachy Painless proximal muscle weakness (70% of hyperthyroidpatients) Osteoporosis—most common musculoskeletal...

  • DGPS

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  • Fever and rheumatic disease

    Descriptions of fever in the context of rheumatic diseases date back to Hippocrates, with early descriptions of rheumatic fever. The prevalence of fever in different inflammatory diseases...

  • Osteonecrosis (ON)

    ON refers to death of the cellular component of bone (osteocytes) and contiguous bone marrow resulting from ischemia. Although inciting factors for such ischemia are varied, their end results are...

  • Wilson disease

    Common clinical presentations of Wilson disease:Owing to multiple genetic mutations of the ATP7B gene, the clinical presentations can be highly variable. The hepatic form presents before age 18...

  • Septic Arthritis

    Septic arthritis is a destructive arthropathy caused by an intra-articular infection that usually is related with severe symptoms such as pain and decreased range of motion. Large weight-bearing...

  • Polymyalgia rheumatica - PMR

    Polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR) is an autoimmune disease (vasculitis) that can occur together with giant cell arteritis (RZA). The particular difficulty with PMR is often the diagnosis of only...

  • Vitamin D

    Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin. Vitamin D and its metabolites have a significant clinical role because of their interrelationship with calcium homeostasis and bone metabolism. Vitamin D...

  • Hypertrophic Osteoarthropathy (HOA)

    HOA (also known as Pierre-Marie syndrome, Bamberger syndrome, osteoarthropatia hypertrophica, Mankowsky syndrome and Hagner syndrome) is a syndrome that includes clubbing of fingers (Hippocratic...

  • MSUS - Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

    All about MSUS in the web

  • Enteropathic Arthritides

    Bowel diseases associated with inflammatory arthritis: Idiopathic, inflammatory bowel disease, IBD (ulcerative colitis [UC], Crohn’s disease) and pouchitis. Microscopic colitis (lymphocytic...

  • Tenosynovial giant cell tumor (TGCT)

    TGCT exists in three forms: diffuse, localized, and localized TGCT of tendon sheath: Tenosynovial giant cell tumor (TGCT) of joints and tendon sheaths: diffuse type (also called pigmented...

  • Osteoarthritis

    Obesity is a modifiable risk factor most closely associated with osteoarthritis. The joints typically involved are among others: distal interphalangeal joints, proximal interphalangeal...

  • Nutrition & Rheumatic disease

    A change of diet cannot replace drug therapies for a rheumatic disease. In addition and supportive, however, an adapted diet is useful. "Every second patient of mine is addressing nutrition". "I...

  • Medical Textbooks

    Rheumatology ABC of Rheumatology DGRH Qualitätssicherung in der Rheumatologie Emedicine Rheumatology Online Lehrbuch mit CME Kurzlehrbuch Rheumatologie von Dr. R. Shupak (.pdf)...

  • Giant Cell Arteritis (GCA)

    GCA occurs primarily in patients >50 years of age. The incidence increases with age, and GCA is almost 10 times more common among patients in their 80s than in patients aged 50 to 60 years. GCA...

  • SONAR

    What we do The Swiss Sonography in Arthritis and Rheumatism (SONAR) group was founded in 2008. The group has developed a semi-quantitative score for Rheumatoid Arthritis using modified OMERACT...

  • Ankylosing spondylitis (AS - Spondyloarthritis)

    AS (less commonly known as Bechterew disease and Marie Strümpell disease) is a chronic systemic inflammatory disease affecting the sacroiliac joints, spine, and, not infrequently, peripheral...

  • Celiac disease (gluten-sensitive enteropathy)

    Rheumatic manifestations in patients with celiac disease (gluten-sensitive enteropathy): Arthritis (4% to 26%)—symmetric, nonerosive polyarthritis involving predominantly large joints...

  • Charcot Arthropathy

    Also called Charcot joint or neuropathic joint, Charcot arthropathy refers to a progressive degeneration of a weightbearing joint. It is characterized by joint dislocations, pathologic fractures,...

  • Psoriatic arthritis

    Psoriatic arthritis is a polygenic disorder. HLA-Cw6 is associated with severe, early-onset skin psoriasis. HLA-B38 and HLA-B39 are associated with psoriatic arthritis and HLA-B27 is associated...

  • Behçet’s Disease

    Hulusi Behçet, a Turkish dermatologist, in 1937 described a chronic relapsing syndrome of oral ulceration, genital ulceration, and uveitis that now bears his name. Behçet’s disease should...

  • Familial Autoinflammatory Syndromes (FAS)

    Familial autoinflammatory syndromes (FAS) are characterized by recurrent episodes of antigen-independent inflammation, involvement of the innate immune system mediated primarily by IL-1β and...

  • Cervical Pain Syndrome

    Most common causes of neck pain: Cervical strain and/or myofascial pain: contributing causes such as sleeping difficulties, poor workplace ergonomics, and posture problems must be ruled...

  • Paget’s disease

    In 1877 Sir James Paget, british surgeon and physiologist first described chronic inflammation of bone, using the term osteitis deformans. Paget’s disease is a disorder of bone remodeling, with...

  • Medikamente UAW Definitionen

    Term Definitions Adverse event Any adverse medical occurrence that happens to a patient or study participant who has been administered a medicinal product and that is not necessarily causally...

  • Hypermobility Syndrome (Joint Hypermobility Syndrome)

    Hyperflexible joints are common and do not necessarily indicate that an individual has a Tensile Hereditary Connective Tissue Disease (see at the bottom). Joint hypermobility decreases with age...

  • Hereditary hemochromatosis (HHC)

    Normal iron homeostasis in humans: The human body normally contains 3 to 4 g of iron, two thirds of which is contained in hemoglobin, myoglobin, and a variety of enzymes, and one third as...

  • Rheumatoide Arthritis (RA)

    RA is a chronic, systemic, inflammatory disorder. Its primary site of pathology is the synovium of the joints. The synovial tissues become inflamed and proliferate, forming pannus that invades bone,...

  • Knee

    The knee is very susceptible to problems, especially from sports such as football and skiing, where the body turns fast on a fixed foot. It is the largest synovial joint in the body. The knee joint...

  • Spine

    The vertebral column consists of 33 vertebrae—7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacral , and 4 coccygeal vertebrae—and 23 intervertebral disks. The spinal column is composed of four balanced...