What Is DJD in Medical Terms?


Symptoms of DJD include acute joint pain, loss of mobility, tenderness, stiffness, inflammation, creaking and occasional joint locking. The pain is worse at night. Nodes, called Heberden's nodes or Bouchard's nodes, may develop on the finger joints
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