The following Conditions are related to Redness

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  • Gout (gouty arthritis)

    Gout (gouty arthritis), a rheumatological disease, can be cured.Gout is characterized by painful redness and swelling of the affected joints that occurs through the deposition of uric acid crystals in joints as a result of hyperuricemia.Gout is an extremely painful and incapacitating disease but is extremely treatable in almost all patients.It is important to identify and treat it early to avoid p  Read More

  • Mitchell disease

    Erythromelalgia is a rare condition that primarily affects the feet and, less commonly, the hands (extremities). It is characterized by intense, burning pain of affected extremities, severe redness (erythema), and increased skin temperature that may be episodic or almost continuous in nature. (The prefix "erythro-" denotes redness, "mel-" is a combining form meaning limb or limbs, and the suffix "-algia" indicates pain.) Although erythromelalg  Read More

  • Muscle sprains and strains

    Damage to a muscle or its attached tendons is termed muscular sprains and strains, muscle pull, or even a muscle tear. When engaging in routine everyday activities, abrupt heavy lifting, participating in sports, or working, you can put too much pressure on your muscles.Tearing of the muscle fibres and tendons that are linked to the muscle can cause injury to the muscle.Small blood vessels that are damaged  Read More

  • Pain management: musculoskeletal pain

    The quality of the pain can vary based on where it’s located. Bone pain may be dull, sharp, stabbing, or deep. It’s typically more uncomfortable than muscle or tendon pain. Muscle pain can be intense and short-lived if it’s caused by a cramp or powerful muscle contraction, commonly called a  Read More

  • Uveitis

    The signs, symptoms and characteristics of uveitis include: Eye redness Eye pain Light sensitivity Blurred vision Dark, floating spots in your field of vision (floaters) Decreased vision Symptoms may occur suddenly and get worse quickly, though in some cases, they develop gradually. They may affect one or both eyes. The uvea is the middle layer of tissue i  Read More