Swelling over the hand

Chief Complaint 70-year-old female presents with the history of swelling over the left-hand index finger MCP joint for 3 weeks & pain for the 4 days. History No history of trauma. Examination Local swelling, redness, and tenderness over the hand. The movement of the index finger was painful. Diagnosis What is the diagnosis? Treatment What is your advice?

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Osteoporotic changes Osteophytic lesions at distal 1st and, 2nd metacarpal with soft tissue swelling around it.

All joints are arthritic Clinical picture suggests infection CBC esr Uric acid levels There could be coexisting stenosing tenosynovitis like trigger thumb in this age group Clinical photograph will be helpful for further comments

SWELLING LEFT HAND INDEX FINGER.. ? FINGER .. MCP .. ARTHROPATHY.. CLINICAL CORELATION..& .. MANAGEMENT ACCORDINGLY..

Tnx Dr Vipin Bihari Jain sir
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Osteoporotic changes seen. Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude and line of treatment. Till reports complied. Symptomatic treatment. Good nutritious balanced diet. Analgesic antiinflammatory orally. Multivitamin and antioxidant orally. Rest and cold compression.

Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta
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SUGGESTIVE. OF . OSTEOPOROSIS AND O. A NEEDS SYMPTOMATIC MANAGEMENT AND PERIODICAL. REVIEW

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Most likely Rheumatoid arthritis. Def. Diagnosis Gout. Treat with Etoshine 90 mg twice daily for 7 days.

X rays aren't showing any abnormalities. Enquire about similar symptoms on other sites. Please correlate clinically. Tt: Pain killer and rest can be advised

age related changes,depletion of calcium levels,may be osteoporotic changes....he REQUIRES CALCIUM,and other supplementary minerals along with physio 's advice !

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