Medical Definition of Chronic haemorrhagic villous synovitis

1. Monoarthritis, young adults, erosions on BOTH sides of joint (!), probably inflammatory, haemosiderin deposited in synovium, articular cartilage preserved (despite extensive marginal erosions; similar to gout), NO calcification Differential diagnosis: TB (associated atrophy of muscle and bone), rheumatoid arthritis (symmetrical), synovial sarcoma (with or without calcified; outside joint), synovial osteochondromatosis (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chronic Haemorrhagic Villous Synovitis

chronic familial icterus
chronic familial jaundice
chronic familial polyneuritis
chronic fatigue syndrome
chronic fibrosing alveolitis
chronic fibrous thyroiditis
chronic focal sclerosing osteomyelitis
chronic follicular conjunctivitis
chronic gastritis
chronic glaucoma
chronic glomerulonephritis
chronic glossitis
chronic granulocytic leukaemia
chronic granulomatous disease
chronic granulomatous disease of childhood
chronic haemorrhagic villous synovitis (current term)
chronic hepatitis
chronic hypertensive disease
chronic hyperventilation syndrome
chronic idiopathic jaundice
chronic idiopathic xanthomatosis
chronic illness
chronic inflammation
chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy
chronic inflammatory polyneuropathy
chronic interstitial hepatitis
chronic interstitial hypertrophic neuropathy
chronic interstitial salpingitis
chronic kidney failure

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