June 8, 2006. 66 year old woman with chronic ACL tear. Conjoined tendon seen on coronal images. CASE. 79 year old man with hyperuricemia and gout like symptoms. Initial ankle aspiration (1/13) was negative for crystal. Suspect crystal deposition disease from MR. CASE. 3652122 MR.By marisa
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CALCIUM PYROPHOSPHATE DIHYDRATE (CPPD) CRYSTAL DEPOSITION DISEASE. CPPD CRYSTAL DEPOSITION DISEASE: DISEASE ASSOCIATIONS. Hyperparathyroidism Hemachromatosis â€“ iron overload Osteoarthritis Hypomagnesemia Familial Hypophosphatasia. TREATMENT OF PSEUDOGOUT. NSAIDS Intra-articular steroids
CRYSTAL DEPOSITION DISORDERS. BY DR. KAREN D’SA. Thomas Sydenham in 1850 …
CRYSTAL ASSOCIATED DISEASE. CRYSTAL ASSOCIATED DISEASES. GOUT. GOUT. Also known as podagra when it involves the big toe Is medical condition usually characterized by recurrent attacks of acute inflammatory arthritis
CRYSTAL ASSOCIATED DISEASE. Calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate (CPPD) deposition PSEUDOGOUT. CPDD.
GOUT: THE PROTOTYPICAL CRYSTAL DEPOSITION ARTHROPATHY. Monosodium Urate Crystal. Xanthine Oxidase. Xanthine Oxidase. Uric Acid: A Normal Product of Purine Metabolism. Miscible urate pool. DELICACY OF URIC ACID BALANCE IN HUMANS. Uric Acid Imbalance. Hyperuricemia
Suspect. A Suspect is a person named by the original patient (OP) during an interview who is not the OP’s sex partner; Suspects are divided into three groups: S-1 S-2 S-3. Types Defined. S-1: has symptoms suggestive of disease;
Sales Process. Goal. Who. 1) Someone who we might do business with. 1) Suspect. 1) Ascertain client if they meet criteria. 2) Ascertain if open dialogue; starting process. 2) Someone who meets criteria. 2) Prospect. 3) Profile; Agree to further conversation. 3) Someone in dialogue.
Suspect management. Dr Magdy Fawzy NTP, Egypt PAL coordinator. Who is the TB suspect?. Any person, who presents with symptoms suggestive of tuberculosis: cough of long duration. hemoptysis; general symptoms such as weight loss, sweating, and tiredness; chest pain; and fever.