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What is Post-Traumatic Arthrosis?

Description of the disease

Post-traumatic arthrosis is a joint disease that develops as a result of injury. It is characterized by the destruction of joint cartilage and inflammation in the joint, leading to pain, limited mobility, and decreased quality of life for the patient.


  • Primary post-traumatic arthrosis
  • Secondary post-traumatic arthrosis


  • Pain in the joint
  • Swelling
  • Decreased joint mobility


Post-traumatic arthrosis can develop after a joint injury, such as a fracture or sprain, as well as after repeated trauma or surgical interventions.


Diagnosis of post-traumatic arthrosis includes clinical examinations, joint x-rays, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).


Treatment of post-traumatic arthrosis may include pharmacological therapy, physiotherapy, joint injections, and surgical intervention in cases of severe joint damage.


Prevention of post-traumatic arthrosis includes preventing joint injuries, physical activity, proper nutrition, and rational use of joints.


Treatment of post-traumatic arthrosis is carried out by an arthrologist or orthopedic surgeon.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.