periarthritis


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periarthritis

 [per″e-ahr-thri´tis]
inflammation of the tissues around a joint.

per·i·ar·thri·tis

(per'ē-ar-thrī'tis),
Inflammation of the parts surrounding a joint.
[peri- + arthritis]

periarthritis

/peri·ar·thri·tis/ (-ahr-thri´tis) inflammation of tissues around a joint.

periarthritis

[per′i·ärthrī′tis]
inflammation of tissues around a joint.

per·i·ar·thri·tis

(per'ē-ahr-thrī'tis)
Inflammation of the parts surrounding a joint.

periarthritis

inflammation of tissues surrounding a joint

periarthritis

inflammation of the tissues around a joint.
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Initially, he was misdiagnosed at several other clinics as periarthritis of the shoulder and treated with nonsteroidal anti- inflammatory drugs and physical therapy which failed to improve his symptoms.
The treatments include different forms of dislocation, soft tissue injury, neck sprain, cervical vertebrae dislocation, acute lumbar sprain, prolapses of lumbar intervertebral disc, sciatica, lower back pain, periarthritis of shoulder (frozen shoulder), tennis elbow, tenosynovitis, myotenositis, different joint sprains, ligament tears, knee joint pathological changes, heel pain and different forms of muscle, bone and joint pain.
Painful musculoskeletal syndromes: chronic low back pain, lumbar disc herniation, cervical disc herniation, neck syndrome, osteoarthritis, shoulder periarthritis, tendonitis.
Makio, "Therapy of Osteo Arthritis in the Knee With Combined Zeel T/NSAID Treatment," published in 2001 (which received the Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg publication prize), demonstrated that the combined allopathic plus homeopathic treatment, utilizing Zeel T and diclofenac, produced greater and longer-lasting improvement in specific symptoms and proved especially effective in treating periarthritis and mild to moderate synovitis in 80 patients with advanced osteoarthritis of the knee.
Conversely, the book doesn't list all the rehabilitation techniques which apply to the rheumatologic patient, neither describes in detail the treatment of many frequent conditions as scapular-humeral periarthritis and osteoarthritis, which, anyhow, have a more exhaustive discussion in many others dedicated texts.