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Καλημέρα,

Δεν μπορώ να βρω τον αντίστοιχο όρο στα αγγλικά. Αν κάποιος το γνωρίζει και μπορεί να με βοηθήσει, ευχαριστώ εκ των προτέρων,

Τα συμπτώματα είναι έντονος πόνος στο μηρό, κούτσαιμα, το παρουσιάζουν παιδιά.
Πέρα από τον όρο, αν κάποιος έχει έρθει αντιμέτωπος μ' αυτό και γνωρίζει λεπτομέρειες, είμαι όλο αυτιά
« Last Edit: 24 Mar, 2008, 16:39:58 by spiros »
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Re: παροδική υμενίτιδα ισχίου
« Reply #1 on: 24 Mar, 2008, 16:29:07 »
Transient synovitis of the hip is a self-limited condition that occurs most commonly in patients aged 3 to 10 years and may be confused with septic ...
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What is transient synovitis of the hip?
Transient synovitis of the hip is an inflammation and swelling of the tissues around the hip joint. Usually only one hip is affected. This condition is called "transient" because it lasts only a short time. Transient synovitis of the hip is the most common cause of sudden hip pain in children.

Transient synovitis of the hip usually occurs in children between 3 and 10 years old. Sometimes it occurs in children younger than 3. It is more common in boys than in girls.

What is the cause of transient synovitis of the hip?
The cause of transient synovitis of the hip is unknown. It might be due to a virus or it might be from an allergic reaction to an infection somewhere else in the body.

What are the symptoms?
The main symptom is pain in the hip. In some children, the hip pain gets worse very quickly. In other children, the hip pain gets worse slowly. At first, the hip pain may be so mild that they don't know there is something wrong.

When the pain gets bad enough, children with transient synovitis have a hard time walking. If your child has transient synovitis of the hip, he or she may have pain whenever the hip is moved. Your child may walk with a limp. Because of the pain, your child may have trouble standing. Some children may have pain of the inner thigh or knee area, instead of around the hip. Many children with this condition want to lie on their back with the knee on the side that hurts bent and turned out with their foot pointed away from their body. This position may lessen the pain.

How is it diagnosed?
Your doctor will look at your child's hip to find out what kind of movement makes the pain worse. Your doctor may order blood tests and x-rays. These tests will help your doctor make sure that the cause of hip pain isn't something more serious than hip synovitis.
http://familydoctor.org/online/famdocen/home/children/parents/special/bone/181.html
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Re: παροδική υμενίτιδα ισχίου
« Reply #2 on: 24 Mar, 2008, 16:37:16 »
Συμφωνώ με την απόδοση του Σπύρου, απλώς δίνω άλλον έναν τρόπο απόδοσης.

Limping Children Can Be Sign Of Swollen Hip Joint
Toxic Synovitis Is A Condition That May Seem Alarming, But It's Not.
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CHICAGO (AP) ― Ryan Miller was a healthy 4-year-old when he woke up one day in his San Francisco-area home and inexplicably started limping.

Same thing happened several months ago in Springfield, Mass., to 6-year-old Paolo Brandon -- a mystery limp that came out of the blue. It sent both boys to the doctor's office, where the possibilities were alarming.

"Leukemia, bone cancer -- it was scary to know what it could have been," said Ellen Weiss of suburban Chicago. Her son, Max, also developed the condition at age 7.

All had toxic synovitis, big words for what is essentially a swollen hip joint. Little discussed in baby guides, the rarely serious condition is among the most common causes of limping in young children.

"It just sounded so bizarre," said Paolo Brandon's mother, Heather. "No one I knew had ever had this."

Three-year-old Kaitlyn Register of Caldwell, Idaho, had a classic case earlier this year -- a marked limp that followed a mild bout with the flu.

Roughly 100,000 U.S. children are diagnosed with the ailment each year, most between the ages of about 3 and 10. Boys are more commonly affected than girls.

Toxic synovitis probably results from an inflammatory response to a virus. The name comes from the synovial membrane lining the hip joint.
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http://cbs2chicago.com/health/toxic.synovitis.hip.2.332243.html


Definition:
Toxic synovitis is a condition affecting children that causes hip pain and limping.
Alternative Names:
Synovitis - toxic; Transient synovitis
Causes, incidence, and risk factors:

Toxic synovitis is a frequent cause of limping with hip pain in children. It occurs in children prior to the onset of puberty and is a transient arthritis of the hip that usually resolves on its own. Its cause in not known but boys are affected more frequently than girls (approximately 4 to 1).

Symptoms are usually mild and generally include hip pain and a slight limp. The hip pain almost always involves only one side (unilateral). A low grade fever (usually less than 101 degrees) may be an early symptom. Aside from the hip discomfort, the child does not usually appear ill.

Toxic synovitis is a diagnosis of exclusion, which means that it is diagnosed when other, more serious conditions, have been ruled out. In children there are three potentially serious diseases that can cause hip pain and limp: septic hip, slipped capital femoral epiphysis, and Legg-Calve-Perthes disease. Once these other diagnoses have been excluded, then the diagnosis of toxic synovitis (which is the most common of all these diseases) is usually made.
http://www.umm.edu/ency/article/000981.htm

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Σας ευχαριστώ και τους δύο !!(και κυρίως για την ταχύτατη αντίδραση)

'Εκανα ένα κύκλο για να γυρίσω στην αφετηρία, πίστευα ότι επρόκειτο γι' αυτό που λέμε στα γαλλικά rhume de la hanche. 'ειπα να περάσω από τα αγγλικά......όπου δεν έβρισκα καμία απάντηση.

Μόλις μου απαντήσατε, ενημερώθηκα, έψαξα και στα γαλλικά βγαίνει: synovite de la hanche= rhume de la hanche.

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Και
synovite villo-nodulaire de la hanche
synovite aiguë transitoire

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Και
synovite villo-nodulaire de la hanche
synovite aiguë transitoire

ναι, αλλά αν κατάλαβα σωστά, σημαίνουν το ίδιο πράγμα