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Medical Reference Related to Osteoarthritis

  1. Exercise Can Ease Osteoarthritis Pain

    If you've got aching joints and osteoarthritis, exercise can help.

  2. Arthritis and Narcotic Pain Medication

    Narcotic pain relievers work on pain receptors in nerve cells to relieve pain but do not treat inflammation. WebMD explores their use in treating arthritis.

  3. Arthritis and Arthroscopy

    Learn about arthroscopy, which is one of the most commonly performed procedures to help diagnose problems in the knee and shoulder, including arthritis.

  4. Arthritis and Pseudogout

    Pseudogout is a form of arthritis that affects people over age 60. Learn more from WebMD about symptoms, causes, and treatments.

  5. Arthritis and Topical Painkillers

    A look at how topical painkillers can help manage the pain of arthritis.

  6. Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

    An overview of impingement syndrome, a form of inflammation in the shoulder.

  7. Using MRI to Diagnose Arthritis

    MRI scanning is one tool used to diagnose and track the progression of arthritis. WebMD tells you more.

  8. WebMD's 10 Important Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Osteoarthritis

    Here are ten questions to consider asking your doctor about osteoarthritis.

  9. Trigger Finger

    WebMD describes trigger finger and trigger thumb, what causes it, the symtpoms, and treatment.

  10. Osteoarthritis: 10 Tips for Self-Care at Home

    WebMD offers 10 simple ways you can ease osteoarthritis symptoms on your own, at home.

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