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What is Arthropathy, Neurogenic?

What is Arthropathy, Neurogenic?

  • Arthropathy, Neurogenic: Joint destruction caused by damage to the nervous system which prevents the patient feeling sensations in the joint. Due to the nerve damage, pain and damage to the joint often goes unnoticed as the joint deteriorates even further. The knee and ankle are the most common joints affected. The condition is usually caused by an underlying diseases which affects the nerves e.g. diabetic neuropathy, syringomyelia, spinal cord injury and pernicious anemia.

Arthropathy, Neurogenic: Introduction

Types of Arthropathy, Neurogenic:

Broader types of Arthropathy, Neurogenic:

How serious is Arthropathy, Neurogenic?

Complications of Arthropathy, Neurogenic: see complications of Arthropathy, Neurogenic

What causes Arthropathy, Neurogenic?

Causes of Arthropathy, Neurogenic: see causes of Arthropathy, Neurogenic

What are the symptoms of Arthropathy, Neurogenic?

Symptoms of Arthropathy, Neurogenic: see symptoms of Arthropathy, Neurogenic

Complications of Arthropathy, Neurogenic: see complications of Arthropathy, Neurogenic

Arthropathy, Neurogenic: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Arthropathy, Neurogenic.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Arthropathy, Neurogenic.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Arthropathy, Neurogenic: Neurologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Arthropathy, Neurogenic.
Treatments for Arthropathy, Neurogenic: see treatments for Arthropathy, Neurogenic
Research for Arthropathy, Neurogenic: see research for Arthropathy, Neurogenic

Name of Arthropathy, Neurogenic

Main name of condition: Arthropathy, Neurogenic


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