You may be interested in some of our most visited web pages including: shoulder arthritis, total shoulder, ream and run, reverse total shoulder, revision surgery for failed shoulder joint replacement, and rotator cuff surgery.
- How bad is the shoulder arthritis on x-ray?
- X-rays for shoulder arthritis
- Shoulder exercises
- Rotator cuff and rotator cuff tears - what you should know about them.
- The ream and run for a B2 glenoid at 7 years after surgery
- Arthritis with rotator cuff failure in active people
- Rotator cuff repair, arthroscopic or open?
- Delayed onset of total shoulder pain and stiffness - suspect Propionibacterium
- Ream and run at 10 years after surgery
- How contaminated might an operating room be?
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Types of arthritis
The shoulder can be affected by many different types of arthritis. Some of the more common include osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease), chondrolysis, post-arthroscopic glenohumeral chondrolysis, cuff tear arthropathy, capsulorrhaphy arthropathy, rheumatoid arthritis, osteonecrosis (avascular necrosis), psoriatic arthritis, lupus, infectious (septic) arthritis, Paget's disease, gout, ankylosing spondylitis, crystal deposition disease, Reiter's, lyme disease, Ehlers Danlos, fibromyalgia, juvenile arthritis, and Sjogren's. Some useful general information can be found on our living with arthritis page.