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Gouty arthritis
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Posted in Arthritis Info Series, Featured on 31 July 2011
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Gout is one of the oldest types of arthritis that affects mankind. It has been known since before the days of Christ. Gout is also one of the commonest types of arthritis. It causes inflammation of the joint, with swelling, warmth, redness and pain. Nowadays, due to advances in medical research, gout can be well controlled. If the correct treatment program is followed, gout becomes an easily manageable illness.

Seronegative spondyloarthropathies
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Posted in Announcements, Featured on 31 July 2011
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This group of disorders include ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthropathy, Reiter’s disease and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Arthropathy.

Osteoarthritis
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Posted in Arthritis Info Series, Featured on 31 July 2011
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Osteoarthritis (OA) is probably the most common cause of limb joint and spine arthritis in the human race. The prevalence of OA is in the region of 10-20% of the adult population. In the United States it has been estimated that more than one billion US dollars are spent annually on surgery of joint disease, the majority of these are due to OA. Similarly the health and economic impact in other countries are as dramatic. Our own gradually ageing population is not spared. The most common form of OA in Malaysia is knee OA.

When Your Child Has Arthritis – A Parent’s Guide
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Posted in Arthritis Info Series, Featured on 6 August 2010
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When you are first told that your child has arthritis, you may feel shocked, numb or guilty, asking yourself if it was something you did or didn’t do to cause your child’s arthritis. Your child may also feel sad and confused. Some may blame the parents; others engage in self-pity, or become angry because of […]