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As the disks dehydrate and shrink, signs of osteoarthritis develop, including bony projections along the edges of bones (bone spurs).
Knee arthritis - Mayo Clinic Knee arthritis Print Sections Knee arthritis In many people, the cartilage erosion and bone spurs associated with osteoarthritis affect only one side of the knee joint.
Oral NSAIDs are a common treatment for osteoarthritis, but they can irritate the stomach.
Buttonhook - Mayo Clinic Buttonhook Print Sections Buttonhook To protect your finger joints, avoid tightly pinching with your fingers. For example, use a buttonhook to help you grasp and fasten buttons on your clothes. Choose clothes with easy-to-clo...
Glucosamine is one of the most popular dietary supplements sold in the United States, although study results have been mixed regarding its ability to reduce osteoarthritis pain.
Gene therapy for knee osteoarthritis: Q and A with Christopher H.
A Study to Evaluate Early Onset Osteoarthritis - Mayo Clinic Overview Tab Title Description Study type Observational Study IDs Study type Observational Describes the nature of a clinical study.
Artificial hip - Mayo Clinic Artificial hip Print Sections Artificial hip Hip prostheses are designed to mimic the ball-and-socket action of your hip joint. During hip replacement surgery, your surgeon removes the diseased or damaged parts of your hi...
X-ray of knee arthritis - Mayo Clinic X-ray of knee arthritis Print Sections X-ray of knee arthritis Knee arthritis can affect one side of the joint more than the other. This X-ray image shows how the cushioning cartilage has worn away, allowing bone...
Ergonomic knife - Mayo Clinic Ergonomic knife Print Sections Ergonomic knife Large grip tools, such as a large grip knife, can make it easier to take care of everyday tasks if you have osteoarthritis in your hands.
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