Knee, Hip, Shoulder.
From arthritis of the hip to joint wear and tear in the shoulder . We show diseases, diagnoses, causes and therapies.
Arthritis in the knee
A knee is like a creaking door: If the knee becomes less and less mobile, then very likely the joint will be damaged.
If cartilage tissue is damaged the femoral head and acetabulum (hip socket) rub against each other. Arthritis develops.
A Baker's cyst occurs in the space behind the knee joint and is the result of accumulation of joint fluid from the knee.
This disease involves damage in the joint between the shoulder socket and the head of the upper arm bone.