arthritis

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kireçlenme
eklem yangısı
artrit

Artrit, eklemleri etkileyen ağrılı bir durumdur. - Arthritis is a painful condition that affects the joints.

Romatoid artrit belirtileri olan kişiler, ne yedikleri konusunda çok dikkatli olmalılar. - People with rheumatoid arthritis symptoms should be careful about what they eat.

{i} eklem iltihabı
{i} mafsal iltihabı
{i} arterit
(Tıp) Eklem (mafsal) iltihabı, arterit
i., tıb. artrit, mafsal iltihabı
romatizma
rheumatoid arthritis
romatoid artrit
rheumatoid arthritis
eklem iltihabı
pain of arthritis
artrit ağrı
preventing or alleviating arthritis
önlemek veya azaltmak artrit
psoriatic arthritis
psoriatik artrit
dental arthritis
(Diş Hekimliği) periodontal membranı etkileyen iltihap
infectious arthritis
(Tıp) enfeksiyöz artrit
Englisch - Englisch
Inflammation of a joint or joints causing pain and/or disability , swelling and stiffness, and due to various causes such as infection, trauma, degenerative changes or metabolic disorders
Inflammation of a joint usually characterized by swelling, pain and restriction of motion
Inflammation of a joint
Swelling, heat and pain (inflammation) involving the joints May also affect other connective tissues of the body
Inflammation of a joint or a state characterized by inflammation of joints
Inflammation of a joint or joints causing pain and/or disabliity , swelling and stiffness, and due to various causes such as infection, trauma, degenerative changes or metabolic disorders
inflammation of the joints and other connective tissues
inflammation of the joint
an inflammatory condition of the joints that can or cannot be disabling It can result in joint disfigurement and restricted joint mobility Categorized into as many as 12 types, the most common are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid
The name which means "inflammation of the joint" is a misnomer since the joint is not inflamed in all types of arthritis Arthritis is a chronic disease characterized by periods of flares and remissions Joint destruction, loss of range of motion, deformities, chronic pain, and fatigue are among the changes that occur when a person is affected by arthritis Over 170 types of arthritis exist
Arthritis is inflammation of the joints Symptoms: pain, swelling, redness, heat (Arthr - joint, itis - inflammation)
Inflammation of joints
a joint disease that can cause joint pain, swelling, and stiffness and/or redness of the skin over the joint
inflammation of a joint or joints
arthritis (är-thrì¹tîs), inflammation of one or more joints of the body, usually producing pain, redness, and stiffness It disables more people than any other chronic disorder A common form is osteoarthritis, a degenerative disease of the joints that commonly occurs with aging Rheumatoid arthritis, an AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE of unknown cause, is a progressive, crippling joint disorder most common in women between 25 and 50 Symptomatic treatment for arthritis includes use of heat, physical therapy, and ASPIRIN or anti-inflammatory drugs such as IBUPROFEN; remission of symptoms can sometimes be achieved with gold salts, penicillamine, and short-term CORTISONE Orthopedic surgery, including artificial joint implantation, may be done in severe cases 1
Any condition leading to painful joints Can be caused by wear and tear or inflammation
inflammation of the joints
Any inflammation of the joints, particularly the gout
A rheumatism of the joints, which could be any of a variety of disorders marked by inflammation, degeneration, or metabolic derangement of the connective tissue structures of the body
inflammation of a joint, usually accompanied by pain, swelling, and sometimes change in structure
inflamation of a joint(s)
{i} inflammation of the joints (Medicine)
general term meaning inflammation and resulting pain of one or more joints, a common characteristic of over 200 rheumatic diseases
n Medical condition affecting a joint or joints, causing pain, swelling and stiffness Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic condition that can result in weakness, loss of mobility, and eventual destruction and deformity of the joints Osteoarthritis (also called degenerative joint disease) usually affects people after middle age and is characterized by gradual loss of cartilage of the joints
Inflammation of joints in the body; in particular, the cricoarytenoid joint
Arthritis is a medical condition in which the joints in someone's body are swollen and painful. I have a touch of arthritis in the wrist. see also rheumatoid arthritis. a disease that causes the joints of your body to become swollen and very painful (from arthron ). Inflammation of the joints and its effects. Acute arthritis is marked by pain, redness, and swelling. The principal forms are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and septic arthritis. Several forms of arthritis are part of the symptom complexes of autoimmune diseases
Inflammation of joints due to infectious or metabolic causes
rheumatoid arthritis
A chronic and progressive disease in which the immune system attacks the joints. It is characterised by pain, inflammation and swelling of the joints, stiffness, weakness, loss of mobility and deformity. Tissues throughout the body can be affected, including the skin, blood vessels, heart, lungs, and muscles
psoriatic arthritis
A severe form of arthritis accompanied by psoriasis —called also psoriasis arthropathica, psoriatic arthropathy
gouty arthritis
gout: a painful inflammation of the big toe and foot caused by defects in uric acid metabolism resulting in deposits of the acid and its salts in the blood and joints
psoriatic arthritis
The skin condition, psoriasis, occurs along with the arthritis
psoriatic arthritis
A form of arthritis associated with scaly skin lesions (psoriasis), especially on the fingers and toes
psoriatic arthritis
a form of arthritis associated with psoriasis, a skin and nail disease
psoriatic arthritis
a form of rheumatoid arthritis usually affecting fingers and toes and associated with psoriasis
psoriatic arthritis
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psoriatic arthritis
An arthropathy associated with psoriasis that combines features of both RA and sero-negative arthropathies
rheumatoid arthritis
A usually chronic disease that is of unknown cause and is characterized by pain, stiffness, inflammation, swelling and sometimes destruction of joints
rheumatoid arthritis
An inflammatory disease that affects the facet joints in the spine as well as other joints in the body including the hands, elbows, shoulders, fingers and toes
rheumatoid arthritis
Chronic, progressive disease in which inflammatory changes occur throughout the connective tissue of the body Most characteristically the process attacks joints of the hands, feet, wrists, knees, hips, or shoulders
rheumatoid arthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis is a rheumatic disease affecting mainly the joints It can be very similar to SLE, giving positive ANA tests
rheumatoid arthritis
A disease of the connective tissues that usually appears in the form of painful swelling in the joints of the hands and feet Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) often worsens over time, causing joint deformities and disability
rheumatoid arthritis
immune mediated arthritis
rheumatoid arthritis
A generalized disease, occurring more often in women, which primarily affects connective tissue; arthritis is the dominant clinical manifestation, involving many joints, especially those of the hands and feet, accompanied by thickening of articular soft tissue, with extension of synovial tissue over articular cartilages, which become eroded; the course is variable but often is chronic and progressive, leading to deformities and disability
rheumatoid arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis is a long-lasting disease that causes your joints, for example your hands or knees, to swell up and become painful. n. A chronic disease marked by stiffness and inflammation of the joints, weakness, loss of mobility, and deformity. a disease that continues for many years and makes your joints painful and stiff, and often makes them lose their proper shape. Chronic, progressive autoimmune disease causing connective-tissue inflammation, mostly in synovial joints. It can occur at any age, is more common in women, and has an unpredictable course. It usually starts gradually, with pain and stiffness in one or more joints, then swelling and heat. Muscle pain may persist, worsen, or subside. Membrane inflammation and thickening scars joint structures and destroys cartilage. In severe cases, adhesions immobilize and deform the joints, and adjacent skin, bones, and muscles atrophy. If high-dose aspirin, ibuprofen, and other NSAIDs do not relieve pain and disability, low-dose corticosteroids may be tried. Physical medicine and rehabilitation with heat and then range-of-motion exercises reduce pain and swelling. Orthopedic appliances correct or prevent gross deformity and malfunction. Surgery can replace destroyed hip, knee, or finger joints with prostheses. There is also a juvenile form of the disease
rheumatoid arthritis
{i} (Medicine) chronic disease of joints which causes inflammation of the joints and tissues around them
rheumatoid arthritis
inflammatory disease affecting synovial joints
rheumatoid arthritis
an autoimmune disorder that causes chronic inflammation of the joints
rheumatoid arthritis
Chronic disease of the joints marked by inflammatory changes in the joint-lining membranes, which may give positive results on tests of rheumatoid factor & ANA
rheumatoid arthritis
A serious autoimmune disease that primarily affects joints but may involve other organs as well
rheumatoid arthritis
A crippling form of arthritis believed to result from an autoimmune process, usually attacking the small joints of the hands, feet, wrists, knees, ankles, and neck
rheumatoid arthritis
RA is a chronic disease of the joints and possibly other organs of the body, marked by stiffness and inflammation of the joints, loss of mobility and deformity RA is a result of connective tissue destruction when the immune system attacks the body's own tissues
rheumatoid arthritis
an immune-related disorder that causes inflammation and erosion of the joint lining; an autoimmune disorder
rheumatoid arthritis
involves inflammation in the lining of the joints and/or other internal organs Rheumatoid arthritis typically affects many different joints It can be chronic, which means it lasts a long time, and can be a disease of flares (active) and remissions (little to no activity) Rheumatoid arthritis is a systemic disease that affects the entire body and is one of the most common forms of arthritis It is characterized by the inflammation of the membrane lining the joint, which causes pain, stiffness, warmth, redness and swelling The inflamed joint lining, the synovium, can invade and damage bone and cartilage Inflammatory cells release enzymes that may digest bone and cartilage The involved joint can lose its shape and alignment, resulting in pain and loss of movement
rheumatoid arthritis
generalized inflammatory joint disease
rheumatoid arthritis
rheumatic disease with symmetrical arthritis in the fingers and other joints
rheumatoid arthritis
a condition associated with the inflammation of the joints
rheumatoid arthritis
A chronic, inflammatory disease of the body where a person's own immune system attacks cells inside the joint capsule; producing its most prominent manifestations in joints, often leading to joint pain, stiffness, and deformity
rheumatoid arthritis
a crippling form of arthritis characterized by painful and stiff joints on both sides of the body
rheumatoid arthritis
An abnormality in the immune system causing inflammation of the lining in the joints and/or internal organs Rheumatoid arthritis often affects the same joints on both sides of the body and can affect the hands, wrists, feet, knees, ankles, shoulders, neck, jaw, and elbows The disease may also cause inflammation of internal organs, leading to significant organ damage Individuals with rheumatoid arthritis are likely to experience times when they have few symptoms and other times when they have very severe symptoms causing significant limitations
rheumatoid arthritis
The commonest form of inflammatory arthritis
rheumatoid arthritis
an inflammatory disease that involves the lining of the joint (synovium) The inflammation often affects the joints of the hands and the feet and tends to occur equally on both sides of the body
rheumatoid arthritis
a chronic autoimmune disease with inflammation of the joints and marked deformities; something (possibly a virus) triggers an attack on the synovium by the immune system, which releases cytokines that stimulate an inflammatory reaction that can lead to the destruction of all components of the joint
rheumatoid arthritis
A systemic (affecting the whole body) form of arthritis believed to stem from an abnormality in the immune system Characterized by inflammation of the joints and other symptoms Unlike osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis is not caused by wear and tear on the joint cartilage
septic arthritis
Acute inflammation of one or more joints caused by infection. Suppurative arthritis may follow certain bacterial infections; joints become swollen, hot, sore, and filled with pus, which erodes their cartilage, causing permanent damage if not promptly treated by giving antibiotics, draining the pus, and resting the joint. Nonsuppurative arthritis can accompany several diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi; joints become stiff, swollen, and painful to move. Treatment includes rest, drugs, and, in the case of tuberculosis, orthopedic care to prevent skeletal deformity
arthritis

    Silbentrennung

    ar·thri·tis

    Türkische aussprache

    ärthraytıs

    Aussprache

    /ärᴛʜˈrītəs/ /ɑːrθˈraɪtəs/

    Etymologie

    [ är-'thrI-t&s ] (noun.) 1543. From Latin Ancient Greek ἀρθρῖτις (arthritis, “joint-disease, gout”) ἄρθρον (arthron, “a joint”). See also arthro- and -itis.

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