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Possible Vitamin D/ Parathyroid Hormone Abnormality_1

as age 43. It is probably due to osteoarthritis ( an articular cartilage problem) and is not related to osteoporosis. ...

Pain in the left knee

with the patella, diffuse superficial edema of the kneecap cartilage, and signs of diffuse tendinopathy. In the expert's opinion, the ... - Left knee MRN dated March, 2008: No intra-articular effusions. Normal menisci and cruciate ligaments. Normal the ...

Right and left lateral tibiotarsal instability

medical report: “On the right, slight articular effusion in tibiotarsal area, in particular at the posterior ... articular ratio and regular thickness of the covering cartilage in the tibio-astragalic area. The anterior astragalar peroneal ...

Knee Condition

the joint) that in several days led to a decrease of the articular perfusion with knee joint improvement. But, unfortunately, as soon ... reconstruction of A.C.L, or H.T.O or any kind of cartilage repair or any combination from the mentioned procedures. ...

List of Diseases and Conditions

Artery deficiency Arthritic alterations (articular surfaces) Arthritic changes Arthritic manifestations ... (C5-C6) Arthrotic manifestations Articular cartilage problem Articular effusion Articular failure Articular ...

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