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ARTRITIS

Jodhy Mayangkoro
Orthopedi dan Traumatologi
ARTRITIS
1. Osteoartritis (OA)
2. Rheumathoid Artritis (RA)
3. Gout Artritis
OA

Osteoartritis (OA)
Degeneration of joint cartilage and the
underlying bone.
OA

Anatomy
OA

Anatomy
OA

Anatomy
OA

Anatomy
OA
OA
Risk Factor
 Age
 Obesity [36, 37, 38]
 Trauma
 Genetics (significant family history)
 Reduced levels of sex hormones
 Muscle weakness [39]
 Repetitive use (ie, jobs requiring heavy labor and bending) [40]
 Infection
 Crystal deposition
 Acromegaly
 Previous inflammatory arthritis (eg, burnt-out rheumatoid arthritis)
 Heritable metabolic causes (eg, alkaptonuria, hemochromatosis, and
Wilson disease)
 Hemoglobinopathies (eg, sickle cell disease and thalassemia)
 Neuropathic disorders leading to a Charcot joint (eg, syringomyelia,
tabes dorsalis, and diabetes)
 Underlying morphologic risk factors (eg, congenital hip dislocation and
slipped femoral capital epiphysis)
 Disorders of bone (eg, Paget disease and avascular necrosis)
 Previous surgical procedures (eg, meniscectomy)
OA
Treatment
1. Activity Modification
2. Drug & Injection
3. Surgery
OA
OA
PERTANYAAN??
RA

Rheumathoid Artritis
A chronic progressive disease causing inflammation
in the joints and resulting in painful deformity and
immobility, especially in the fingers, wrists, feet, and
ankles.
RA
RA
RA
RA
RA
RA
Swan Neck

Boutonniere
RA
RA

Treatment
1. NSAID (Non Steroidal Anti Inflamatory Drugs)
2. DMARD (Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs)
PERTANYAAN??
GOUT

GOUT ARTRITIS
Caused by Uric Acid
GOUT
GOUT
GOUT

Treatment
1. RICE
2. Drug
1. Analgetic
2. Allopurinol
3. Surgery
PERTANYAAN??