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*  Hemarthrosis
X-ray of Hemarthrosis X-ray of Hemarthrosis Ohdera T, Tokunaga M, Hiroshima S, Yoshimoto E, Matsuda S (2004). "Recurrent ... "Hemarthrosis - What You Need to Know". Drugs.com. Retrieved 2017-11-21. Baker, C. L. (June 1992). "Acute hemarthrosis of the ... Hemarthrosis is diagnoised through below methods- A physical examination is the first step, the joints of the patient are moved ... Hemarthrosis (or haemarthrosis) is a bleeding into joint spaces. It is a common feature of Hemophilia. It usually follows ...
*  Hypoprothrombinemia
Hemarthrosis - Bleeding in joint spaces. Epistaxis - Acute hemorrhages from areas of the nasal cavity, nostrils, or nasopharynx ...
*  Joint effusion
These are often hemarthrosis or bloody effusions. Swelling (medical) Mathison DJ, Teach SJ (November 2009). "Approach to knee ...
*  Dysfibrinogenemia
Rarely, these individuals may suffer hemarthrosis or cerebral hemorrhage. In one study of 37 individuals >50 years old ...
*  Glanzmann's thrombasthenia
Hemarthrosis, particularly spontaneous, is very rare, in contrast to the hemophilias. Platelet numbers and morphology are ...
*  List of ICD-9 codes 710-739: diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue
719.1) Hemarthrosis (719.2) Villonodular synovitis (719.3) Palindromic rheumatism (719.4) Joint pain, unspec. (719.5) Stiffness ...
*  Alexei Nikolaevich, Tsarevich of Russia
... and promotes bleeding which could have caused the hemarthrosis. The "wonder drug" would have worsened Alexei's joints' swelling ...
*  Factor XIII deficiency
Bleeding tendencies similar to hemophiliacs develop, such as hemarthroses and deep tissue bleeding. As Factor XIII is composed ...
*  Tibial plateau fracture
Blood in the soft tissues and knee joint (hemarthrosis) may lead to bruising and a doughy feel of the knee joint. Due to the ...
*  Patella
These fractures usually cause swelling and pain in the region, bleeding into the joint (hemarthrosis), and an inability to ...
*  Cycas revoluta
... and hemarthrosis (blood in the joints). The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center estimates a fatality rate of 50 to 75% when ...
*  Posterolateral corner injuries
in 2007 showed the incidence of posterolateral knee injuries in patients presenting with acute knee injuries and hemarthrosis ( ... Study of the Incidence of Posterolateral and Multiple Ligament Injuries in Acute Knee Injuries Presenting With a Hemarthrosis. ...
*  Jeanne Lusher
Autoplex versus proplex: a controlled, double-blind study of effectiveness in acute hemarthroses in hemophiliacs with ...
*  Factor X
... hemarthrosis (bleeding into joints) and gastrointestinal blood loss. Apart from congenital deficiency, low factor X levels may ...
*  Blood
This can allow otherwise inconsequential wounds to be life-threatening, but more commonly results in hemarthrosis, or bleeding ...
*  Haemophilia
... leading to a vicious cycle of hemarthrosis-synovitis-hemarthrosis. In addition, iron deposition in the synovium may induce an ...
*  Osteochondritis dissecans
... but is usually associated with a fatty hemarthrosis. Although there is no significant pathologic gait or characteristic ...
*  Septic arthritis
Seronegative spondyloarthropathy such as ankylosing spondylitis or reactive arthritis Traumatic arthritis due to hemarthrosis, ...
*  List of MeSH codes (C23)
... hemarthrosis MeSH C23.550.414.817 --- hematocele MeSH C23.550.414.838 --- hematoma MeSH C23.550.414.838.349 --- hematoma, ...
*  Index of trauma & orthopaedics articles
Hemarthrosis - Hematoma - Hemimelia - Herbert classification - Herbert screw - Herscovici classification - High ankle sprain - ...
*  Knee pain
Hemarthrosis tends to develop over a relatively short period after injury, from several minutes to a few hours. Femoral ... Quadriceps muscles Hamstring muscles Popliteal muscle Patellar tendon Hamstring tendon Popliteal tendon Hemarthrosis - ...
*  Anterior cruciate ligament injury
... followed by an inability to continue participation in the sport and early swelling from hemarthrosis. This combination is said ...