Musculoskeletal Department

Musculoskeletal Department


Currently, musculoskeletal pathology group proportion is high, common in all ages, especially the elderly. Although this group of diseases is less fatal. It often leaves severe sequelae, causing patients to reduce or lose mobility and work capacity. Some common musculoskeletal conditions include: Osteoarthritis, spondylolisthesis, arthritis, rheumatism, osteoporosis, gout... 

Currently, the Department of Musculoskeletal, Hanoi - Vientiane General Hospital provides examination and treatment for musculoskeletal diseases of adults, and some common diseases in children. At the same time, we also perform surgical procedures to treat those diseases such as: Joint injection, suction knee drain, knee arthroscopy,Wash knee joints...In order to accurately diagnose the disease and give the best treatment, Hanoi - Vientiane General Hospital has equipped with advanced medical equipment such as: Osteoporosis meter; 16-row CT scanner – one of the most modern CT systems available today for multi-dimensional and clear images; along with a complete and modern testing system that meets international standards.

Visiting the Musculoskeletal Department of Hanoi - Vientiane General Hospital, you will be examined by experienced doctors, along with modern medical equipment to help diagnose diseases quickly and accurately. The appropriate treatment helps you to be completely assured of the quality of medical care here.

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There are many causes of musculoskeletal disorders. Autoimmune causes: Chronic arthritis teenager, systemic lupus erythematosus, body, ankylosing spondylitis...Caused by degeneration, due to age.Osteoarthritis, Spondyloarthritis, Sciatica, Osteoporosis... Causes of metabolic disorders: gout and other microcrystalline diseases... Caused by infections:arthritis or vertebrae caused by bacteria purulent inflammation, caused by tuberculosis bacteria... When there are symptoms related to joints, it is best for patients to be diagnosed and treated early by a doctor to avoid serious complications.