a skin eruption of gouty origin.


/ar·thri·tide/ (ahr´thrĭ-tīd) a skin eruption of gouty origin.

Patient discussion about arthritide

Q. how do you treat arthritis? is arthritis is treatable?

A. you can treat but cannot cure. there are several treatment courses and all of them are designed to stop the Arthritis progress. here is a link to the FDA info about Arthritis. might give you some insights about it:

Q. arthritis and dancing

A. If you are suffering from acute arthritis it is better to let the joint rest and not do any physical activity, or at least take it easy and do gradual activity, because too much stress on the joint might slow the healing process of the inflammed joint.

Q. how do i treat Arthritis?

A. this is some kind of a "portal" that stores vast amount of information about arthritis :

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For example, how can it be justified that in a system of social health insurance an individual with a debilitating arthritide other than rheumatoid arthritis should be mandated to pre-fund health care on an income-related basis, yet purchase no care whatsoever for a disease that they have acquired by mere chance?
One-year Cost of Etanercept, Adalimumab, and Infliximab per Treated Patient With Chronic Inflammatory Arthritides in U.
There are currently eight registered biologic drugs in South Africa (SA), of which four are tumour necrosis factor alpha inhibitors (TNFi) and four are non-TNFi, including ustekinumab, which is currently registered for the treatment of psoriasis but not for the arthritides (Table 1).
1) In 2003, the arthritides accounted for 1% of the gross domestic product, or nearly $81 billion in medical expenditures and $47 billion in lost earnings.
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritides, affecting at least 20 million Americans; a number that is expected to double over the next two decades (Lawrence et al.
Despite the highly vascular nature of synovial tissue, neoplastic masses in articular spaces are much less frequently encountered than mass lesions secondary to infectious and inflammatory arthritides.
Atraumatic causes include inflammatory arthritides, infection, Charcot, hemophilia, and crystalline arthropathies.
1) This group of arthritides is characterised by specific skeletal imaging findings and, biochemically, by the absence of rheumatoid factor or nodules, and the presence of the HLA-B27 gene.
We reviewed the clinical and imaging features of 3 crystal deposition arthritides and illustrated their common and uncommon radiologic, CT, and MRI presentations.
Pathogenesis of degenerative temporomandibular joint arthritides.
Demyelination occuring during anti-tumor necrosis factor alpha therapy for inflammatory arthritides.