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Osteoarthritis: Predisposing Causes



  SCFE
  Trauma
  Inflammatory arthritis
  Calcium Pyrophosphate Dihydrate Crystal Arthritis
     - these pts may have symptomatology at atypical sites of the hand such as the second and third MP joints;
  Osteonecrosis
  Intra-articular Steroids
  Hyperparathyroidism
     - it can cause subchondral bony erosions and collapse of the articular cartilage, especially at the IP, MP, and wrist joints;
  Skeletal Dsyplasias
  Developmental Dislocation of Hip
  Ochronosis
  Hemochromatosis
     - may cause arthritis of the MP joints, wrists, shoulders, hips, and knees;
  Wilson's disease
  Thiemann's disease
  Kashin-Beck disease
  Acromegaly
  Recurrent hemarthrosis
  Neuropathic (Charcot's) arthropathy
  Heritable disorders of connective tissue
  Ochronosis


The coexistence and characteristics of osteoarthritis and osteoporosis.