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Diseases of the joints, muscles and connective tissue (rheumatology)

Enthesopathy of joints, tendons, ligaments, muscles and bones

Spondyloarthropathy, or enthesopathy, is a series of inflammatory pathologies of the musculoskeletal system, which have common clinical and radiological characteristics, along with the absence of rheumatoid factor in patients with plasma.


When talking about sarcopenia, usually refer to the degenerative processes in the muscles, when a person gradually loses muscle mass. Sarcopenia is not a disease. It is rather a peculiar condition characterized by other pathologies or age-related changes in the body.

Myogelosis of the cervical spine and back

Pain is one of the symptoms of various diseases. It can be acute and dull, strong and minor, pressing or piercing (cutting), having a clear localization and reflected when the patient can not determine specifically the source of pain. 

Cubital channel syndrome

Squeezing of the ulnar nerve in the elbow region for various reasons can occur in several places. The physical sensations and consequences of such compression will depend on the strength and duration of the effect.

Nervous-arthritic diathesis

The appearance of the disease is usually associated with adverse heredity and with a number of external factors, for example, with malnutrition, both the baby itself and the mother during pregnancy.

Becker's Dystrophy

This type of dystrophy is a purely male disease, leading to disability at a young age. Due to its genetic nature, the disease is incurable and in some cases ends in a lethal outcome for a man.

Arthritis and arthrosis: the main differences

Diseases of the joints are quite common among all segments of the population. This state is preceded by many reasons.

Synovitis of the ankle

The causes of synovitis of the ankle joint are accompanied by serious diseases and injuries, therefore they require urgent treatment to the doctors and special treatment.

Treatment of synovitis

Many people are interested in the question, which doctor treats synovitis? The first thing a person goes to the therapist, he examines the damaged area and writes a referral to a specialist.


Synovitis is an inflammation of the synovial membrane, which is limited by its limits and is characterized by an accumulation of an inflammatory effusion in the cavity lined with this membrane.


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