Osgood Schlatter Disease in Adults
Osgood-Schlatter disease is a condition defined by a painful inflammation (bony knob or spur) located under your kneecap (patella). The reason for Osgood Schlatters is irritation on your growth plate (tibial tuberosity), where your patellar tendon connects to your shinbone (tibia).
Coxsackie Virus in Adults
Coxsackieviruses (also know as coxsackie viruses) are a typical cause of infection in adults and children. The spectrum of disease brought on by these viruses varies from really mild to life-threatening. No vaccine is available, and there is no drug that specifically eliminates the bacteria. The key to prevention of coxsackievirus infection is excellent hand […]