Osteo Arthritis differential diagnosis

A 56-year-old woman was presented with a 3-day history of gradually worsening pain and swelling in her left knee. She denies injury, fever, or other complaints. She has never experienced this type of pain before, and she states that she is fairly active.



Osteo Arthritis

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Osteoarthritis Local support. Change in life style. Weight reduction. PCM ibu TDS. Multivitamins and antioxidants orally. Calcitriol D3 sachet biweekly.

Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta

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Erroions on tibial lateral condyle and lateral condyle of femur with decreased space in lateral compartment ?calcified cruciate ligaments It is a C/O OSTEOARTHRITIS Rx conservative strengthening of knee muscles by exercises and physiotherapy NSAIDs Nutritional supplements Avoiding cross legs sitting on floors Careful on stair case when climbing Still surgery is not a option Maximum artherscopy may advisable

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From history look like acute exacerbation of OA Rule out inflammatory arthritis and sepsis CBC esr RA factor Uric acid Crp Usg evaluation Synovial fluid gram stain and culture Or give symptomatic treatment and wait for few days for full work up Xray show OA changes Need lateral view

Looks like a case of osteoarthritis. Do check for Uric acid levels & RA factor. Nsaids, hot water formentation can be given. Physiotherapy sesions can be started with SWD/ IFT, and ROM exercises with strengthening.

Thank you @Dr. Dinesh Gupta

Osteoarthritis NSAIDs, Dietary Supplements, Physical Therapy, Weight Reduction,


Case of osteoarthritis

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