Journal of Bone and Joint Diseases Case Reports publishes Case Reports in Joint Bone Spine, Case Reports in Bone Joint Surgery, Case Reports of Bone Disorders, Case Series of Bone Diseases, Clinical Image in Bone and Joint Diseases, Case Research in Bone and Joint Diseases etc. Bone and Joints such as wrists, shoulders, knees, ankles and finger joints allow your body to move with ease. Bones such as the femur (thighbone) and humerus (upper arm) also contribute to movement. Diseases in Bone like Bone Osteoporosis, Metabolic bone diseases, Bone Fracture, Stress fracture, Bone cancer, Scoliosis, etc. Bones have several other vital functions, as well. They protect your organs, like your skull shielding the brain. Bone marrow produces blood cells. Bones provide storage for minerals like calcium and release a hormone that helps control blood sugar levels. With all the ways bones contribute to good health, bone diseases can disrupt your entire body.
Journal of Bone and Joint Diseases Case Reports is a peer reviewed, open access, international journal that assesses bone health in relation to physical, psychological, hormonal, genetic, and environmental factors while suggesting nutritional and physiological principles to preserve bone health. This scholarly scientific journal publishes original research on prevention, care, diagnosis, treatment and management of rheumatic and orthopaedic diseases and cure of bone and joint diseases. The Journal welcomes submission of papers from experts, clinical academics and researchers. The journal also publishes all types of articles like publishes Original articles, Case reports, Clinical Images, Case Series, Research article, etc. The journal covers mainly the topics, osteomyelitis, infectious arthritis, artificial joint infectious arthritis, bone and joint infections, bone and joint tumors, ankylosing spondylitis, back pain, behcet's syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis, ehlers-danlos syndrome, fibromyalgia, gonococcal arthritis, gout, juvenille rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, lymes disease, osteoarthritis, osteomalacia, osteoporosis, pagets disease, polymyalgia rheumatica, psoriatic arthritis, raynaud's phenomenon, reactive arthritis, repetitive strain injury, rhematoid arthritis, etc.
Journal Scope and Keywords: Journal of Bone and Joint Diseases, Clinical Archives of Bone and Joint Diseases, Joint Diseases and Related Surgery, Journal of Bones and Joints, Journal of Orthopaedic Disorders, Bone diseases and disorders, Joint Bone Spine | Journal, The Bone & Joint Journal, The pathophysiology of bone and joint disease, Diseases of Bone - Bone Health and Osteoporosis, Genetic and Environmental Roles in Bone and Joint.
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Journal of Bone and Osteoarthritis Case Reports
The most common type, osteoarthritis is the wear-and-tear form that increases with age. Cartilage that normally cushions the joint breaks down over time, leading to stiffness and pain, especially with movement. With hip arthritis and knee arthritis, walking becomes more difficult as pain builds and flexibility decreases. Adults in their 50s and older are more likely to develop this chronic, progressive disease, and women are more vulnerable.
Journal of Rheumatoid Arthritis Case Reports
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition affect the lining of the joints. Cells of the immune system that normally don't belong in the joints accumulate there in large numbers, Fox says. As the immune cells interact with the local joint cells, he explains, it causes ever-increasing inflammation, with eventual damage and destruction of cartilage and bone.
Journal of Bone and Joint Gout Case Reports
This type of arthritis most often affects the joint connecting the big toe to the rest of the foot. In gout, excess uric acid, a waste product in the blood forms crystals in the joints. Gout flare-ups, which are extremely painful, frequently strike in the middle of the night. Men are more likely to have gout, although women become more vulnerable after menopause.
Journal of Joint Surgery and Osteoporosis
One of the most prevalent bone conditions, osteoporosis involves bone loss, leading to weakened bones that are more likely to break. Osteoporosis is an invisible condition, often doing its damage without people realizing they have it. More than 53 million people in the U.S. either have osteoporosis or are at high risk for developing it, according to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.
Case Reports in Metabolic bone diseases Journal
Osteoporosis is one of several metabolic bone diseases. These are disorders of bone strength caused by mineral or vitamin deficiencies (such as vitamin D, calcium or phosphorus) that result in abnormal bone mass or structure. Osteomalacia (softening of the bones), hyperparathyroidism (overactive gland leading to bone calcium loss), Paget disease of bone (abnormally large, weakened bones) and developmental bone disorders affecting children are all different types of metabolic bone diseases.
Case Reports in Bone Fracture Journal
Acute fractures are usually due to trauma, although they can be related to bone cancer. "Fractures are very dependent on patient demographics. For instance, children's bones are more flexible and resilient, and fractures heal more quickly. Kids are more likely to have wrist fractures while breaking a fall during sports or at play. Older adults are more vulnerable to falls and hip injuries because of balance issues, and as their bones may be more fragile, are likelier to break their hips.
Journal of Bone cancer Case Reports
Cancer that originates in the bone, called primary bone cancer, is rare, accounting for less than 1% of all new cancers diagnosed, according to the National Cancer Institute. Cancer that spreads to the bones from other parts of the body is more common, such as metastatic tumors from prostate or breast cancer. Multiple myeloma, a type of blood cancer, interferes with bone marrow function and new bone production in the hips, pelvis, ribs, shoulders and spine, increasing the risk of fracture.