Palmoplantar pustulosis May occur in SAPHO - see 'SAPHO'.
Synovitis, Acne, Palmoplantar pustulosis, Hyperostosis, aseptic Osteomyelitis.
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The center or innermost portion of the tooth containing the pulp.
Complete removal of the pulp (commonly done in children's teeth).
Older term for periodontal (gum) disease.
A disease characterised by accelerated bone turnover. The bone becomes enlarged, hyperaemic and fragile. ('Osteitis deformans')
A condition characterised by episodic articular or periarticular pain, often with redness. The pain may be intense but rarely lasts longer than 2 or 3 days and resolves totally afterwards with no sequelae. May ultimately evolve into a more recognisable arthropathy (e.g. rheumatoid arthritis in a proportion of those with rheumatoid factor).
A vascular tissue which arises in a rheumatoid joint at the junction between articular cartilage, synovium and capsule. May adhere to joint surface and extend across it.
May cause an arthritis in adults (females mainly) and behaves like rubella. Causes erythema infectiosum (Fifth disease or 'slapped cheek syndrome') in children.
Occurs in Behcet's syndrome. Sterile pustule forms at the site of sterile needle puncture.
Refers to an arthropathy with involvement of 4 or fewer joints.
Pain and calcification at the femoral site of attachment of the medial collateral ligament of the knee - follows injury.
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