Is Growth On Wrist Bone Osteoarthritis Or Cancer?

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The pain of osteoarthritis typically begins gradually after age 40 and progresses slowly over many years. Younger people with the condition may have no symptoms at all. Osteoarthritis is commonly identified by the following symptoms:

  • Stiffening after first awakening in the morning or after periods of inactivity later in the day. Stiffness (called gelling) resolves with activity, usually in about 20 minutes.
  • Pain that worsens during activity and gets better during rest. This is the most...
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