By Philip G. Conaghan, Leena Sharma
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Etiopathogenesis 42 Although the pathogenesis of OA remains unknown, current concepts may help explain much of the known OA data and risk factors presented above. 2). The normal joint needs both mechanical forces and biochemical remodeling of the cartilage matrix to maintain integrity. OA is conceptualized as a failed or decompensated remodeling of the joint after an initial injury. The initiating injury may be traumatic (acute or accumulated with time) or occur in tissues made susceptible by the generalized or local factors listed above.
Clinical studies in women with OA of the hands have looked at bone taken from non-weight-bearing sites distant from the involved joints and have demonstrated a generalized increase in bone mass. Other studies have confirmed increased BMD in patients with generalized OA, and demonstrated quantitative and qualitative changes in the degree of mineralization and growth factor content of bone. Subchondral bone texture, a feature on radiographs measured by a technique called fractal signature analysis, has been shown to predict knee OA progression.
Effect of ethnicity. The prevalence of large joint radiographic OA in joints other than the hand is higher in African-Americans than in American whites. Ethnic differences have also been demonstrated in (mainland) Chinese people, with the prevalence of hip and hand OA being substantially lower in men and women from Beijing than in US cohorts assessed using the same methods. Symptomatic OA. Joint pain is common, but not all joint pain is attributable to OA (depending on the definition of OA and extraarticular causes of pain such as tendonitis); indeed, about half of those with radiographic OA report no symptoms.