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Joints, Bones, Muscles

Degenerative Arthritis Progressive Erosion of Articular Cartilage old Age, joint Abuse, Obesity
Rheumatoid Arthritis thickening of Synovial Fluid and breakdown of Cartilage and Bone Autoimmune disease
Gouty Arthritis Crystallization in the Synovial Sac Metabolic disorder in Males
Bursitis tendon may Calcify promoted by prolonged Pressure or Stress to joints
Rickets bowlegs; pliable bones Vitamin D deficiency
Osteomylacia bone disease in utero reduced calcification During Pregnancy
Osteoperosis Brittle, more Porous bones Less Active Osteoblasts, especially after Menopause
Osteomyelitis destruction of bone by Bacterial Infection often following Fractures
Fibromyositis (Rheumatism) pain, tenderness, and stiffness Inflammation of Fascia
Muscular Dystrophy muscle Weakness or Paralysis Inherited Disease
Myasthenia Gravis muscular weakness ----> Respiratory Failure Autoimmune disease at Neuromuscular Junction
Created by: kristel387