neurogenic arthropathy

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神経原性関節症神経原性関節障害神経性関節症神経性関節障害

Charcot's joint

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  • Assessing decreased sensation and increased sensory phenomena in diabetic polyneuropathies.
  • Dyck PJ, Herrmann DN, Staff NP, Dyck PJ.Author information Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota.AbstractLoss of sensation and increased sensory phenomena are major expressions of varieties of diabetic polyneuropathies needing improved assessments for clinical and research purposes. We provide a neurobiological explanation for the apparent paradox between decreased sensation and increased sensory phenomena. Strongly endorsed is the use of the 10-g monofilaments for screening of feet to detect sensation loss, with the goal of improving diabetic management and prevention of foot ulcers and neurogenic arthropathy. We describe improved methods to assess for the kind, severity, and distribution of both large- and small-fiber sensory loss and which approaches and techniques may be useful for conducting therapeutic trials. The abnormality of attributes of nerve conduction may be used to validate the dysfunction of large sensory fibers. The abnormality of epidermal nerve fibers/1 mm may be used as a surrogate measure of small-fiber sensory loss but appear not to correlate closely with severity of pain. Increased sensory phenomena are recognized by the characteristic words patients use to describe them and by the severity and persistence of these symptoms. Tests of tactile and thermal hyperalgesia are additional markers of neural hyperactivity that are useful for diagnosis and disease management.
  • Diabetes.Diabetes.2013 Nov;62(11):3677-86. doi: 10.2337/db13-0352.
  • Loss of sensation and increased sensory phenomena are major expressions of varieties of diabetic polyneuropathies needing improved assessments for clinical and research purposes. We provide a neurobiological explanation for the apparent paradox between decreased sensation and increased sensory pheno
  • PMID 24158999
  • Ischemic Charcot foot: different disease with different treatment?
  • Palena LM, Brocco E, Ninkovic S, Volpe A, Manzi M.Author information Interventional Radiology Unit, Policlinico Abano Terme Abano Terme, Padua, Italy. marianopalena@hotmail.comAbstractAIM: Aim of the study was to describe the presence of peripheral arterial disease in combination with Charcot neuroarthropathy in diabetic patients, and to evaluate the role of revascularization supporting surgical and orthopedic treatment.
  • The Journal of cardiovascular surgery.J Cardiovasc Surg (Torino).2013 Oct;54(5):561-6.
  • AIM: Aim of the study was to describe the presence of peripheral arterial disease in combination with Charcot neuroarthropathy in diabetic patients, and to evaluate the role of revascularization supporting surgical and orthopedic treatment.METHODS: We retrospectively collected and analyzed data of a
  • PMID 24002384
  • Diagnosis and management of infection in the diabetic foot.
  • Peters EJ, Lipsky BA.Author information Department of Internal Medicine, VU University Medical Center, Room ZH4A35, PO Box 7057, Amsterdam NL-1007MB, The Netherlands. ejgpeters@usa.netAbstractFoot infections are common in persons with diabetes mellitus. Most diabetic foot infections occur in a foot ulcer, which serves as a point of entry for pathogens. Unchecked, infection can spread contiguously to involve underlying tissues, including bone. A diabetic foot infection is often the pivotal event leading to lower extremity amputation, which account for about 60% of all amputations in developed countries. Given the crucial role infections play in the cascade toward amputation, all clinicians who see diabetic patients should have at least a basic understanding of how to diagnose and treat this problem.
  • The Medical clinics of North America.Med Clin North Am.2013 Sep;97(5):911-46. doi: 10.1016/j.mcna.2013.04.005. Epub 2013 Jun 5.
  • Foot infections are common in persons with diabetes mellitus. Most diabetic foot infections occur in a foot ulcer, which serves as a point of entry for pathogens. Unchecked, infection can spread contiguously to involve underlying tissues, including bone. A diabetic foot infection is often the pivota
  • PMID 23992901

和文文献

  • 臨床医 広範囲に脊髄空洞症を呈したChiari奇形の1例
  • 林 純一,木家 信夫,入谷 克己 [他]
  • 整形外科 57(13), 1744-1747, 2006-12
  • NAID 40015188481
  • 20年以上の長期透析患者の手関節, 膝関節のレントゲン変化と手指及び膝関節機能の臨床所見との関連について
  • 石黒 茂夫,森田 勝也
  • 中部日本整形外科災害外科学会雑誌 44(2), 329-3230, 2001-03-01
  • NAID 50000893338
  • 20年以上の長期透析患者の手関節,膝関節のレントゲン変化と手指及び膝関節機能の臨床所見との関連について
  • 石黒 茂夫,森田 勝也
  • 中部日本整形外科災害外科学会雑誌 44(2), 329-330, 2001
  • NAID 130004139312

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neurogenic arthropathy, an abnormal condition associated with neural damage, characterized by the gradual and usually painless degeneration of a joint. One of the major causes of this condition is believed to be a minor injury that is ...
Learn about Neurogenic Arthropathy symptoms, diagnosis and treatment in the Merck Manual. HCP and Vet versions too! ... During later stages, pain may be more severe if the disease has caused rapid joint destruction (eg ...

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先読みCharcot's joint
リンク元神経原性関節障害」「神経性関節症」「神経原性関節症」「神経性関節障害
関連記事neurogenic」「arthropathy

Charcot's joint」

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neuropathic joint disease


神経原性関節障害」

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neurogenic arthropathy
シャルコー関節神経性関節障害神経性関節症神経原性関節症


神経性関節症」

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neurogenic arthropathy
神経原性関節障害神経性関節障害神経原性関節症


神経原性関節症」

  [★]

neurogenic arthropathy
神経原性関節障害神経性関節障害神経性関節症


神経性関節障害」

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neurogenic arthropathy
神経原性関節障害神経性関節症神経原性関節症


neurogenic」

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  • adj.
  • 神経原性の、神経因性の、神経性の
nervosaneuralneurallyneurologicneurologicalneuronallyneuropathic

WordNet   license wordnet

「arising in or stimulated by nerve tissues」


arthropathy」

  [★] 関節症

WordNet   license wordnet

「a pathology or abnormality of a joint」




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