|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|dactylitis icd 10||0.5||0.5||7342||49|
|dactylitis sickle cell||0.43||1||2540||51|
|dactylitis psoriatic arthritis||1.62||0.8||3314||10|
|dactylitis nice cks||0.84||0.4||2626||26|
Dactylitis is a common feature in all forms of spondyloarthropathy, including psoriatic arthritis, reactive arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis. Dactylitis occurs in about one-third of patients with psoriatic arthritis, with the feet being most affected.How does dactylitis affect the body?
Dactylitis causes swelling and can lead to physical pain. As with many forms of inflammation, the skin around the affected area may feel sensitive. Dactylitis can, therefore, impair a person’s ability to carry out their day-to-day activities. Treatment for dactylitis primarily involves addressing the underlying cause of the swelling.What is dactylitis (toe swelling)?
“Dactylitis is the swelling of an entire digit — finger or toe — rather than just a knuckle within the finger or toe,” says rheumatologist Arthur M. Mandelin II, MD, PhD, associate professor of medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago.When should I be concerned about dactylitis?
It can appear in infants as young as 6 months old. When dactylitis occurs as a side effect of sickle cell disease, it can be accompanied by a fever, pain, and an increase in white blood cells. Children with swollen fingers should be evaluated by a doctor for sickle cell and other diseases.