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age: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
3 and up vs over 45
age: Spanish
la edad
age: French
l'âge
age: Arabic
عُمْر
age: Chinese
年龄(niánlíng)
morning stiffness: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
over hr vs less than hour
disability: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
great vs variable
distal interphalangeal joint: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
rare vs very common
proximal interphalangeal joint: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
very common vs common
metacarpophalangeal joint: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
very common vs absent
wrist: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
very common vs absent
wrist: Spanish
la muñeca
wrist: French
le poignet
wrist: Arabic
مِعْصَم
wrist: Chinese
腕子(wànzi)
soft tissue swelling: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
very common vs rare
interosseous muscle wasting: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
very common vs rare
swan necking: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
common vs rare
ulnar deviation: rheumatoid vs osteoarthritis
common vs absent
age: rheumatoid arthritis
three and up
age: psoriatic
10 to 60
age: acute gout
30 to 80
age: osteoarthritis
50 to 80
age: carpal tunnel syndrome
40-80
age: tennis elbow
20-60
age: torn meniscus
20-60
age: reiter's syndrome
peak in 30s
age: Spanish
la edad
age: French
l'âge
age: Arabic
عُمْر
age: Chinese
年龄(niánlíng)
sex: rheumatoid arthritis
female
sex: psoriatic
male
sex: acute gout
male
sex: osteoarthritis
female
sex: carpal tunnel syndrome
male, female
sex: tennis elbow
male; female
sex: torn meniscus
male
sex: reiter's syndrome
male
pain onset: rheumatoid arthritis
gradual
pain onset: psoriatic
gradual
pain onset: acute gout
abrupt
pain onset: osteoarthritis
gradual
pain onset: carpal tunnel syndrome
gradual
pain onset: tennis elbow
gradual
pain onset: torn meniscus
abrupt
pain onset: reiter's syndrome
gradual
stiffness: rheumatoid arthritis
very common
stiffness: psoriatic
common
stiffness: acute gout
absent
stiffness: osteoarthritis
common
stiffness: carpal tunnel syndrome
absent
stiffness: tennis elbow
occasional
stiffness: torn meniscus
occasional
stiffness: reiter's syndrome
common
swelling: rheumatoid arthritis
common
swelling: psoriatic
common
swelling: acute gout
common
swelling: osteoarthritis
common
swelling: carpal tunnel syndrome
common
swelling: tennis elbow
absent
swelling: torn meniscus
common
swelling: reiter's syndrome
common
swelling: Spanish
hinchazón
swelling: French
enflure
swelling: Arabic
اِنْتِفاخ
swelling: Chinese
膨胀(péngzhàng)
redness: rheumatoid arthritis
absent
redness: psoriatic
uncommon
redness: acute gout
common
redness: osteoarthritis
uncommon
redness: carpal tunnel syndrome
absent
redness: tennis elbow
absent
redness: torn meniscus
absent
redness: reiter's syndrome
common
redness: Spanish
el enrojecimiento
redness: French
la rougeur
redness: Arabic
حُمْرَة
redness: Chinese
赤红(chìhóng)
deformity of hand/wrist: rheumatoid arthritis
flexion of PIP and MCP; swan neck; boutonniere; ulnar deviation
deformity of hand/wrist: psoriatic
sausage shaped digits; frequent DIP; PIP; and MCP involvement
deformity of hand/wrist: acute gout
none in acute stage; resembles rheumatoid if deposits in tendon sheatehs in chronic gout
deformity of hand/wrist: osteoarthritis
flexion and lateral deviation of DIP and PIP
deformity of hand/wrist: carpal tunnel syndrome
thenar muscel atrophy
deformity of elbow: rheumatoid arthritis
flexion contractures; bilateral
deformity of elbow: psoriatic
flexion contractures; bilateral
deformity of elbow: acute gout
flexion contractures, only in chronic state
deformity of elbow: osteoarthritis
flexion contractures
deformity of elbow: tennis elbow
none
deformity at knee: rheumatoid arthritis
flexion contracture
deformity at knee: psoriatic
flexion contracture
deformity at knee: acute gout
flexion contractures, only in chronic state
deformity at knee: osteoarthritis
flexion contractures
deformity at knee: torn meniscus
none
joint predilection and deformity at fioot: rheumatoid arthritis
abductovalgus deformity of MTP
joint predilection and deformity at fioot: psoriatic
fusiform swelling of DIP
joint predilection and deformity at fioot: acute gout
first MTP (may also have hallux abductovalgus deformity)
joint predilection and deformity at fioot: osteoarthritis
hallux abductovalgus deformity
joint predilection and deformity at fioot: reiter's syndrome
ankle, heel, toes--sausage swelling of digits
flexion, exteniosn, or rotation of neck: spinal cord segments
C1-C4
adduction of arm: spinal cord segments
C5-T1
abduction of arm: spinal cord segments
C4-C6
flexion of forearm: spinal cord segments
C5-C6
supination of forearm: spinal cord segments
C6-C8
pronation of forearm: spinal cord segments
C6-C7
extension f hand: spinal cord segments
C6-C8
flexion of hand: spinal cord segments
C7-C8
abduction of thumb: spinal cord segments
C7-C8,T1
abduction of little finger: spinal cord segments
C8-T1,
opposition of thumb: spinal cord segments
C8-T1,
flexion of hip: spinal cord segments
L1-L3
extension of leg: spinal cord segments
L2-L4
flexion of leg: spinal cord segments
L4-L5, S1-S2
adduction of thigh: spinal cord segments
L4-L5
abduction of thigh: spinal cord segments
L4-L5, S1-S2
medial rotation of thigh: spinal cord segments
L4-L5, S1
lateral rotation of thigh: spinal cord segments
L4-L5, S1-S2
flexion of thigh: spinal cord segments
L4-L5
dorsiflexion of foot: spinal cord segments
L4-L5, S1
plantarflexion of foot: spinal cord segments
L5, S1-S2
extension of great toe: spinal cord segments
L4-L5, S1
flexion of great toe: spinal cord segments
L5, S1-S2
spreading of toes: spinal cord segments
S1-S2
Muscle strength:
absent, no contraction
Muscle strength: 1
trace, slight contraction
Muscle strength: 2
weak, movement without gravity (sideways)
Muscle strength: 3
fair (movement against gravity)
Muscle strength: 4
good, movement against gravity and some resistance
Muscle strength: 5
normal, movement against gravity and full resistance