50 YR MALE WITH SINGLE KNEE JOINT SWELLING

THIS 50 YR MALE C O --SWELLING AND SEVER PAIN ON LEFT KNEE ONLY NO C O FEVER NO H O TRAUMA AND PULMO KOCHS AND PSOARIASIS LIKE DISEASE ALL SYSTEMIC EXA ARE NORMAL BP 130 80 RBS 122 RANDOM NO PALLOR X RAY IS ADVISED BUT PATIENT REFUSING WHAT MAY BE THE CAUSE AND MANAGEMENT

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Degenerative Arthritis of the Knee. The most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, but there are more than 100 different forms. While arthritis is mainly an adult disease, some forms affect children. Although there is no cure for arthritis, there are many treatment options available to help manage pain and keep people staying active. For some individuals, it may be hereditary. For others, osteoarthritis of the knee can result from injury or infection or even from being overweight. Here are answers to your questions about knee osteoarthritis, including how it's treated and what you can do at home to ease the pain.

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Acute Osteoarthritis with joint effusion Avoid cross leg sitting, stairs climbing, squatting, and walking for prolonged periods Analgesic (NSAIDS) for pain and inflammation Elastic knee compression to reduce swelling Isometric quadriceps exercise Pillow under feet while sleeping to reduce swelling and muscle tightness

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Lt knee swelling effusion dd oA dd gout dd synovitis dd tubeculous dd septic arthritis dd monoarticular rheumatoid arthritis

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OA knee acute exacerbation with effusion Analgesics Chymoral Diacerein will help Elasto crepe compression bandage Isometric quadriceps exercises Reassess after one week

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It's a case of Osteoarthritis or Gout .Adv.Tab zyloric 100 tds, Tab Azithromycin 500 one daily, Tab ETOSAID 60 one bd, Tab Defcort 6mg bd in tapering dose and Physiotherapy

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Synovitis with effusion secondary to OSTEOARTHRITIS. Reason we see synovitis on medial side is because vastus medialis is the first muscle to undergo wasting . Do patellar tap test. Knee aspiration and compression bandaging with give relief to patient. Investigate further with x ray

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Osteoarthritis with effusion of joint

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OA knee,effusion

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