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Most common type of anemia
Avascular necrosis of the navicular
Seronegative arthritis with associated skin and nail disorders (e.g. silver scales)
Degenerative neurological disorder with cortical atrophy and loss of neurons especially in parietal and temporal lobes
Common podiatric benign tumor from leakage of synovial fluid (in larger joints)
Skeletal muscle damage leading to secretion of muscle proteins
Finger-like, vascular benign tumors from the nail matrix
Proliferative disorder of lymphoblasts (type of leukemia)
Degenerative joint disease, affecting cartilage in joints
Degenerative neurological disorder selectively affecting motor function (mixed UMN/LMN)
Decreased bone density (i.e. bone resorption > bone formation)
Infection of lower respiratory tract, characterized by egophony, inspiratory crackles and whispered pectoriloquy
Respiratory disorder characterized by chronic inflammatory disease of the airway (i.e. allergic reaction in the respiratory system)
Common podiatric benign tumor from leakage of synovial fluid (in smaller joints)
Infection of the bladder
Viral infection of the blood affecting B lymphocytes, also known as the Kissing Disease
Muscle disorder with relative decrease in dystrophin production (later in life)
Infection of the joint leading to arthritis
Abnormal proliferation of plasma cells leading to abnormal IgG antibody production (associated with Bence-Jones proteins)
Avascular necrosis of the base of the 5th metatarsal (styloid process)
Deposition of minerals/salts in kidney
Respiratory infection caused by and acid fast bacillus bacteria (associated with Ghon complex)
Rare case of anemia caused by lack of Folic Acid
Proliferative disorder of myeloblasts (type of leukemia)
Common podiatric benign tumor of fat origin
Joint disorder usually 2 weeks after a GI or GU infection, most commonly known as Lover's Heel
Respiratory disorder with loss of lung elasticity
Avascular necrosis of the femoral head/hip joint
Bone disorder caused by increased osteoclastic/osteoblastic activity
Joint disorder caused by monosodium urate crystal deposition leading to inflammation
Degenerative neurological disorder affecting dopaminergic production in substantia nigra (UMN)
Muscle disorder with lack of dystrophin production in children
Diffuse musculoskeletal pain without inflammation, frequently associated with stress and lack of sleep
Nodule in the plantar fascia (one of the most common podiatric benign tumors)
Autoimmune disorder affecting acetylcholine receptors (muscle disorder)
Loss of blood supply to the brain (either from blood clots or hemorrhage)
Inflammation of the bronchiole lining leading to excessive mucous production
Proliferative disorder of lymphoblasts and lymphocytes (type of leukemia)
Denegerative neruological disorder with demyelination (autoimmune, UMN disease)
Increased in red blood cells
Inflammation of the renal pelvis
Disorder of the lymph nodes and B-cells (2 types, state the general name of this type of cancer)
Chronic systemic inflammatory disorder affecting the synovium
Joint disorder caused by calcium pyrophosphate crystal deposition causing inflammation
Proliferative disroder of myeloblasts and leukocytes (associated with Philadelphia chromosomes 9+22), a type of leukemia
Anemia caused by lack of vitamin B12
Inflammation of the nephron
Avascular necrosis of the 2nd metatarsal head

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