Heberden’s nodes

Dealing with Heberden’s nodes

Heberden’s nodes are bony swelling of the joints near the fingertip. The bony swellings can be caused by osteoarthritis. The finger joint becomes deformed or crooked due to softening of the cartilage and starts disintegrating or wear away. The cartilage eventually becomes coarse and incapable of protecting the bones. The bone starts rubbing against each […]

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