A few arthritis images I found:
Image from page 545 of “Physical diagnosis” (1905)
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Title: Physical diagnosis
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Cabot, Richard C. (Richard Clarke), 1868-1939
Subjects: Diagnosis Chest Diagnosis
Publisher: New York : William Wood and Company
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School
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Fig. 229.—Hypertrophic Arthritis (Spine) of Spine with Ankylosis. (Goldthwaite.) better to one side (see Figs. 230 and 231) than to the other. Mo-tion is also more or less limited in other directions, but forwardbending is fairly well performed as a rule, in sharp contrast with lumbago, which renders forward bending and the subsequent re-covery almost impossible. (e) Coughing or sneezing often gives great pain, probably becausethe costo-vertebral joints are involved in the new growth; if anky-losis of these joints occurs later, the respiratory movements of thechest are interfered with. V. Gouty Arthritis.—The deposits of urate of sodium in thesoft structures around the joint are, like those in the ear (see 1 Many neuralgias and sciaticas are due to this disease. 502 PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS.
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Fig. 230.—Showing Normal Flexibility of Spine. (Goldthwaite.)
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Jingle Bell Run 2014 – Orlando
Peck Motorsports/Kids Get Arthritis Too – Arthritis Foundation Truck Unveiling
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