The joint pain of the index finger is related to many factors, not necessarily gout, don’t confuse
The index finger joint pain is a common symptom, but many patients suspect that their index finger joint pain is caused by gout, because gout is also a relatively common disease. So, is the pain in the joint of the index finger a gout? In fact, the disease that causes joint and joint pain is not only gout, but also when rheumatism and rheumatoid arthritis and joint damage inflammation occur.
gout The main part of the time is the lower limbs. Because the blood circulation of the lower limbs is worse than that of the upper limbs, uric acid, which can cause gout, is most likely to deposit in the joints of the lower limbs, causing symptoms such as pain and redness. Clinically, it is concluded that some patients have joint gout pain caused by gout, especially middle-aged men with obesity or patients with previous gout have a higher incidence rate. When there is joint pain in the fingers, Do a gout check as soon as possible.
except gout In addition to causing joint pain in the fingers, there are many diseases that can cause joint pain in the fingers, such as rheumatoid diseases are more common factors. Rheumatoid diseases are dysfunctional diseases of the immune system, especially in middle-aged and elderly people and those living in humid and cold areas. However, the joint pain caused by rheumatoid diseases is symmetrical, that is to say, the finger joints of one hand are sick, and the same finger joints of the other hand are also sick at the same time. Secondly, the symptoms of pain caused by rheumatoid diseases are recurring from time to time, and will be aggravated when it rains on cloudy days. The symptoms of pain caused by gout are intermittent. These are symptoms that can help patients make local differential diagnosis. If the patient is not treated in time, it will cause symptoms in more parts of the body.
It is worth noting that diseases that may cause joint pain in the joints such as rheumatoid arthritis or arthritis of the hand. Rheumatoid arthritis is also an immune disease, but the causes of rheumatoid arthritis are very complex, including pathogen infection, family inheritance, and endocrine abnormalities. It not only invades the patient’s joint tissue, but also gradually invades other soft tissues. When the index finger is overworked or oppressed by impact, arthritis of the injury may occur, and the symptoms can be alleviated by antibacterial and anti-inflammatory treatment.
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