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A variety of diseases and conditions can cause wrist swelling, including arthritis, brain-bone-fat disease, carpal tunnel syndrome, Carnevale-Canun-Mendoza syndrome, cold agglutinin disease, Colle's fracture, ganglion, c... More »

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Wrist surgery does not typically shorten the healing time of a broken wrist. With or without surgery, recovery takes at least six weeks, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. However, sometimes the b... More »

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Ganglion cysts are usually small, painless and do not require treatment unless they press on a nerve and cause pain, tingling or numbness, explains Mayo Clinic. The treatment of symptomatic ganglion cysts in the wrist in... More »

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Pain the elbow joint can have a variety of causes including a fracture, bursitis, tendinitis, dislocation, ligament sprains, and arthritis, according to Mayo Clinic. Other causes of elbow pain include lateral and medial ... More »

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Swollen, stiff and painful joints, including the knuckles may be due to causes such as arthritis, gout or injury, according to WebMD. Arthritis due to wear and tear is osteoarthritis; however, there are other forms of th... More »

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Wrist pain is often caused by sprained ligaments, tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, dislocation or fracture, according to Healthline. Each of these conditions are aggravated when pressure is added to the wri... More »

Causes of knee swelling include injuries like torn ligaments, torn cartilage, irritation and broken bones, states Mayo Clinic. When a portion of the knee becomes damaged, extra joint fluid tends to build up, leading to k... More »