Synonyms for arthralgia or Related words with arthralgia

myalgia              arthralgias              lumbago              polyarthralgia              backaches              pyrexia              backache              serositis              aches              chilblain              pleuritic              fevers              malaise              cramps              asthenia              soreness              dyspnoea              dactylitis              arthrosis              neurodermatitis              frigolability              arthrorheumatism              cramping              nasopharyngitis              ecchymosis              pharyngolaryngitis              tenosynovitis              pleurisy              scarlatiniform              petechiae              rhinorrhea              hemarthrosis              puritis              lymphangitis              periarthritis              puritus              pharyngitis              hemoptysis              fibrositis              thrombophlebitis              tonsilitis              rashes              brachioradial              osteoarthropathy              tendonitis              glossodynia              numbness              periostitis              nosebleeds              carditis             



Examples of "arthralgia"
Some divers suffer from hyperbaric arthralgia (compression arthralgia) during descent and trimix has been shown to help symptoms on compression.
The mechanism of compression arthralgia is not known.
The most common side effects are sweating, hot flashes, arthralgia (joint pain), and fatigue.
Viral arthritis in Humans (also see: arthralgia) can be caused by:
Symptoms of pouchitis include Increased stool frequency, urgency, incontinence, nocturnal seepage, abdominal cramping, pelvic discomfort, and arthralgia.
The first sign of erythema nodosum is often flu-like symptoms. It may involve a pyrexia, weakness and arthralgia.
The adverse effects associated with febuxostat therapy include nausea, diarrhea, arthralgia, headache, increased hepatic serum enzyme levels and rash.
Löfgren syndrome consists of the triad of erythema nodosum, bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy on chest radiograph, and arthralgia.
Cardiotoxicity, reversible renal failure, pancreatitis, anemia, leukopenia, rash, headache, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, arthralgia, myalgia, thrombocytopenia, and transaminase elevation.
Arthralgia is seen in up to half of patients, and is usually a non-erosive poly or oligoarthritis primarily of the large joints of the lower extremities.
Compression arthralgia is pain in the joints caused by exposure to high ambient pressure at a relatively high rate of compression, experienced by underwater divers.
HIV-SGD may be the presenting sign of HIV infection. There may also be xerophthalmia (dry eyes) and arthralgia (joint pain), similar to Sjögren syndrome.
The common adverse reactions have been fatigue (24%), rash (19%), itchiness (pruritus) (17%), diarrhea (12%), nausea (11%) and joint pain (arthralgia) (10%).
Arthralgia (from Greek "arthro-", joint + "-algos", pain) literally means "joint pain"; it is a symptom of injury, infection, illnesses (in particular arthritis) or an allergic reaction to medication.
According to MeSH, the term "arthralgia" should only be used when the condition is non-inflammatory, and the term "arthritis" should be used when the condition is inflammatory.
HGF may further play a role as an indicator for prognosis of chronicity for Chikungunya virus induced arthralgia. High HGF levels correlate with high rates of recovery.
Disseminated "N. gonorrhoeae" infections can occur, resulting in endocarditis, meningitis or gonococcal dermatitis-arthritis syndrome. Dermatitis-arthritis syndrome presents with arthralgia, tenosynovitis, and painless non-pruritic (non-itchy) dermatitis.
Compression arthralgia has been recorded as deep aching pain in the knees, shoulders, fingers, back, hips, neck and ribs. Pain may be sudden and intense in onset and may be accompanied by a feeling of roughness in the joints.
Clinical presentation of Lyme disease may include the characteristic bull's-eye rash and erythema chronicum migrans (a rash which spreads peripherally and spares the central part), as well as myocarditis, cardiomyopathy, arrythmia, arthritis, arthralgia, meningitis, neuropathies, and facial nerve palsy.
Symptoms include fever, malaise, rash, arthralgia, and muscle tenderness. Fever and malaise generally disappear within a few days to a week, but other symptoms such as joint pain may continue for six months or longer.