Primary Osteoarthritis with suspected Sudeck’s Atophy / Ostoeporosis

Primary Osteoarthritis with suspected Sudeck’s Atophy/OstoeporosisMr. I. M., a 53 years old male from Nigeria developed oligo-arthritis involving the right knee and ankle. The knee was swollen, extremely painful and tender to touch. He was unable to move it without severe pain.

In need for better diagnose and treatment, Mr. I. M. recurred to iMER, and was derived to the Hadassah Medical Center. Prof. Alan Rubinow, Director of the Reumathology Unit proceeded to examine the patient and finally diagnosed him with gout. An adequate gout treatment solved the problem.

Dr. O. Adole, that escorted Mr. I. M. wrote us:

“Dear Ilan and Ady,

I am most delighted by the efficiency of your service. I look forward to future interactions.

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Please accept the token souvenirs: They are Fulani cultural axes, usually welded during Fulani festivals; they symbolize friendship, unity, courage and labour.

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Dr. O. Adole”

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Patients’ Stories

The following letter was written by the J. family to the iMER company. They contacted us while looking for a solution to the medical challenges faced by their 15 year old daughter who was suffering from J.I.A. – Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. JIA is a subset of arthritis seen in childhood, which may be transient and self-limited or chronic. It is an autoimmune disorder. Treatment was administered in Russia with Sulfasalazin together with Dicofenac followed by Meloxicam – this protocol brought with it terrible complications. The
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