The Rheumatoid arthritis is considered a chronic degenerative disease and in turn, causes a marked same deformation in the synovial membrane, which is responsible for feeding and protecting (plus cover) to the joints .
When this is inflamed synovium is when a pain and swelling in the affected part. For example, people with rheumatoid arthritis this may get to see affected his feet, fingers, hands, wrists, ankles, elbows, knees, hips and even the shoulders. It is a disease that usually attacks in women, which usually occurs between 40 to 45 years, there are exceptional cases where the health of children and the elderly is affected by rheumatoid arthritis.
Symptoms caused by rheumatoid arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis occurs conspicuously on sufferers, which unfortunately can get to be known by tweaking some parts of your body, same as we mentioned earlier, this is due to the spill Primary form that produces synovial fluid in these Regions, being able to sense the presence of:
- Intense pain in the affected area.
- Lump or knots (known as rheumatoid nodules).
- Possible dryness of mucous membranes and skin.
- Joint stiffness.
- Sporadic fever seasons.
Arguably, these are the first that come to manifest symptoms in the person suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, which if not stopped in time can result in a progressive deterioration of all those affected joints.
A timely visit to a specialist can help stop rheumatoid arthritis that further progress in the affected areas, for this you can even use two different types of drugs, one based on corticosteroids and other anti-inflammatories, which have the same ability to soothe and relieve pain in the affected joints.
Originally posted 2013-04-08 19:48:18.