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A sprain is an injury to the stretching or tear of a tendon, the strong, fibrous tissue that connects the thumb bone. A sprain can be caused by abnormal flexion during a fall on an outstretched hand. Sprains are common in ball games (such as football, basketball, and handball) and games involving a stick or racket (such as hockey). A thumb sprain involving the collateral ligament may be referred to as skier's. ( gamekeeper's) thumb

Refers to the related syndromes to press. posterior elbow nerve The nerve is adjacent to the right side of the bone and can be injured if it is compressed.

The elbow is a complex joint that consists of three joints in one big joint. Dislocation occurs when the bones of these joints are pulled out of place and stuck. Upper and lower humerus It doesn't come back together as it should, so the normal elbow can't move.

COMPARTMENT SYNDROME Hypertension of the musculature is a painful condition caused by pressure build-up in the muscles. stiff tissue called fascia covering muscle groups These groupings are called channel of muscle group The muscle group also has nerves and blood vessels. Fascia is not stretched, so if the internal muscles are swollen. The pressure in the muscle cavity will increase. The pressure has been very high. Blood vessels can rupture and blood cannot pass through the vessels to carry oxygen to the muscles and nerves. This is a condition in which the pressure in the muscle closure is increased.

Cervical Disc Syndrome The cervical portion of the spine comprises seven joints of the spine. separated by cushions These are the supports for the head and neck. This will make the head and neck bend more. Cervical herniation refers to pain in the cervical region of the spine.

It is a bone disease caused by a temporary or permanent loss of blood supply to the bone. No blood. Bone dies if the bone is close to the joint. The joint surface tends to collapse.

An ankle sprain is an injury caused by partial or complete stretching or rupture of one or more of the ligaments that hold the ankle together. Tendons are strong bands. elastic fibers that connect bones Tendons connect muscles and bones. Sprained ankles are common, especially in sports such as basketball and soccer.

An ankle fracture is a fracture of the ankle joint, it can be mild or severe (including dislocating the joint), causing long-term pain and immobility.

Tendons are bands of hard tissue that usually connect muscles to bones. The Achilles tendon is the tendon that connects the calf muscle to the heel. Achilles tendon rupture is a common injury to this tendon. It usually occurs in men aged 40-50 who participate in sports activities after recovering from exercise for a long time.

A blister is a mild skin infection. Occurs more often in infants and children. easily spread from people single towards one another, especially when they are close to each other Siblings who play touch sports tend to keep in touch.

Porphyria refers to a whole group of diseases causing the body to produce excess chemicals called porphyrin. Porphyrins are chemicals that make up most of the blood. called hemoglobin containing oxygen. Excess chemicals in the blood are excreted in the urine. Porphyria affects the skin or nervous system (brain, spinal cord), or both. Acute phase porphyria primarily causes neurologic symptoms. Porphyrias cause skin symptoms. Porphyria is less common. It can affect everyone

Metatarsalgia It is a term for pain and inflammation (swelling) in the toes. Each foot has five metatarsal bones, from the arch to the metatarsal toe. The first is shorter and thicker than the others, and is usually close in size. side by side During thrust when walking, jumping, or running, body weight is transferred to the toes and metatarsals. metatarsalgia Especially in the metatarsal (the rounded end of the metatarsals). It's an injury when overused. It is important to have an accurate diagnosis. This pain can be confused with other causes of foot pain.

Cubital tunnel syndrome is a syndrome that involves placing pressure on the ulnar nerve behind the elbow where the ulnar nerve is adjacent to the bone and can be painful if pressure is applied.

Pediatric ganglia is a thickened nerve that lies between the toes. Most often it affects the nerves between the bones of the third and fourth toes of the foot. It can also affect the nerves between the second and third toes. This condition occurs more often in women than in men.

Gout is a painful inflammation of the joints and arthritis that can occur at any age but usually occurs in people over 60 years of age, usually only one joint at a time. It usually affects the knee and other affected joints, including the ankles, wrists, elbows and shoulders, because it is similar to gout. But with a different cause, it's called pseudogout, meaning pseudogout. About 5% of people over 60 have pseudogout.

Polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR) is an inflammation of the muscles, so the muscles around the neck, shoulders, buttocks, hips, and thighs can become painful and stiff. Many people have trouble turning over in bed or getting out of bed. It usually affects people over 50.

Kawasaki disease (KD) is a rare condition that causes inflammation of the blood vessels (vasculitis) and many of the other symptoms listed below. KD usually occurs in children younger than 5 years of age. It is more common in boys than girls. in the United States 4,000 new cases are diagnosed each year as the leading cause of heart disease in children.

The plantar fascia is a strong band of tissue, such as an elastic band that runs under the metatarsal bone. It's flat on the heel bone and the other near the toes. Lumbar disease is an edema of the plantar fascia that causes foot pain.

It is a condition in which part of the cartilage and bone below separates from the articular surface and may even be inseparable. It usually occurs in the hips and knees. followed by ankles and elbows It is found in young people (ages 10 to 20) and middle-aged (ages 30 to 60) and occurs more in men than women. Osteochondritis dyscicans can occur intermittently and may not require treatment just by observation. Early diagnosis and treatment are essential for the best chance of recovery and return to normal activities, including sports.

osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease) is a disease in which the joints are inflamed. pain and stiffness It usually affects the knees, hips, hands and spine. These joints are made up of cartilage. This is the structure that supports the point where the two bones meet. When osteoarthritis occurs The cartilage pillow loses its ability to support the joints and the bones rub against each other. severe rickets The cushion will completely deteriorate. Osteoarthritis cannot be cured. Regular weight and exercise may help slow the onset of the disease and improve flexibility. Avoid strenuous activities such as sports.

osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease) is a disease in which the joints are inflamed. pain and stiffness It usually affects the knees, hips, hands and spine. These joints are made up of cartilage. This is the structure that supports the point where the two bones meet. When osteoarthritis occurs The cartilage pillow loses its ability to support the joints and the bones rub against each other. severe rickets The cushion will completely deteriorate. Osteoarthritis cannot be cured. Regular weight and exercise may help slow the onset of the disease and improve flexibility. Avoid strenuous activities such as sports.

Knee pain is a rather vague diagnosis. There may be pain in the front of the knee below the kneecap or deep in the knee itself. The location of the pain is important because it leads to the most probable cause. Knee pain is common and usually resolves on its own after activities that cause it to stop.

The hip is a ball-and-shocket joint where the pelvis and leg (femur) meet. Tendons are fibrous tissues that connect muscles to bones. Hip pain refers to pain that affects the entire area.

Gout is a type of arthritis. which is a disease that causes pain and swollen joints

A ganglion is a cyst usually found on the hand or wrist.

Shoulder joint stiffness and pain with the limitation of movement The gap in the shoulder joint is gradually getting smaller. An attached shoulder can take months to years to heal. The adhesion of the shoulder develops in stages. In the early stages, during the adhesion phase, the patient experiences shoulder pain and difficulty moving. This stage usually lasts about 4 months, and over the next 4 months, the shoulders will be very painful and the arms will be moved very little. This is called a stuck shoulder joint. In the last stage, the pain subsided, and the arm moved again. The longest period is about 4 months.

Tendons are bands of connective tissue. The tough, which often connects muscles to bones. that sends the power of the muscles to the contraction of the bones The ligaments in the hand are covered and protected by a membrane-covered sheath called the synovium. When these sheaths become inflamed, swell, they thicken and cause pain. De Quervain's Tenosynovitis, or stenosing tenosynovitis, is an blistering of the sheath surrounding the tendons of certain muscles in the hand. These muscles work to stretch the thumb at the wrist joint. The disease is ten times more common in women than men, occurs between the ages of 30 and 50, and can be associated with rheumatoid arthritis.

The ribs are connected to the sternum by cartilage. thick elastic tissue This connection is called costochondral junction, the union of bone and cartilage Costochondritis is pain and pain in the chest area. Most people get better and the pain goes away in a few days. It may disappear on its own. One of the types of rib cartilage Caused by swelling of the cartilage is Tietze's syndrome. It can occur anywhere in the chest but most often on the left side.

Charcot joint is a chronic condition that primarily affects the joints of the extremities that carry weight, such as the feet and ankles. It is the process by which the joints are destroyed. people with joints Charcot has decreased sensation in the affected area and problems with the nerves that carry information to and from the brain and spine. (called peripheral neuropathy)

The cervical vertebrae of the spine are made up of seven bones known as the vertebrae. cervical disc and serves as shock absorbers or cushions to allow the neck to bend cervical osteochondrosis It is a disease that occurs with age and causes a sore throat. Also called cervical osteoarthritis.

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