The following Conditions are related to Limping

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  • Bacterial arthritis

    There is no cure for bacterial arthritis, but you can take certain medications to reduce the symptoms. 1. If you have bacterial arthritis, your doctor will prescribe antibiotics to help get rid of the bacteria and reduce inflammation. The most common antibiotic used for bacterial arthritis is doxycycline. It's usually taken twice a day for two to four weeks. 2. You may also want to try over-the-counte  Read More

  • Lcpd

    The age of onset, severity, duration, and associated complications of Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease vary greatly from one person to another. Generally, the onset is slow and the progression is gradual. The disorder usually affects children between the ages of eight and ten years, with some instances occurring as early as age two or as late as age 12. The disease typically affects one leg (unilateral); however, in approximately 10% of cases  Read More

  • Ollier osteochondromatosis

    Ollier osteochondromatosis is a condition that affects the bones and joints of the body. It causes the bones to grow abnormally, and can lead to problems with mobility and pain. The severity of Ollier's disease varies from person to person, but there are some risk factors that can increase your chances of developing it. The exact cause of Ollier's disease is unknown. However, there are some risk factors that may i  Read More