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87 Possible Causes for Left, aponeurosis, trapezius

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Increased pain facilitation was evaluated via injection of hypertonic saline into the upper trapezius.[] A 67-year-old woman with left-sided hemihypertrophy presented with carpal tunnel syndrome of the left hand.[] This procedure requires a long incision in the palm to harvest a strip of palmar aponeurosis to lengthen the palmaris longus tendon, allowing it to reach the abductor pollicis[]

  • Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva

    The body TDM showed ossifications and calcifications in the muscles of the large rhomboid, the erector muscles of the rachis and the trapezius muscles.[] A bone scan showed a bizarre pattern with radiouptake to the left maxilla, bilateral sacroiliac joints, left middle third femur, and soft tissue uptake over bilateral arms[] BACKGROUND: FOP is a rare genetic disease characterized by skeletal malformations and ectopic ossifications in skeletal muscles, tendons, ligaments and aponeurosis.[]

  • Facioscapulohumeral Dystrophy

    The median activity of the trapezius was close to the MVC activity during the single shoulder movements.[] Patient: A 69-year old female admitted to hospital with complaint of left axillary mass who had diagnosis of FSHD in her adulthood period.[] […] of the tibialis anterior, with overall less displacement of the central tendon region, while healthy patients showed a non-uniform displacement pattern, with the central aponeurosis[]

  • Osteitis Condensans Ilii

    Twenty-one muscles were selected for injection at Visit 1; of these the 5 most commonly injected were splenius capitis (93% of patients), sternocleidomastoid (SCM) (91%), trapezius[] She described the pain as being across her lower back and left buttock and it occasionally radiated down the back of her left leg but not beyond the knee.[] Seite 341 - ... by a strong tendon, into the lateral surface of the mastoid process, from its apex to its superior border, and by a thin aponeurosis into the lateral half[]

  • Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome

    Strength Splenius Capitis/Cervicis Suboccipital Muscles Teres Minor / Major Teres Major / Minor (2) Tibialis Anterior Tibialis Posterior Transversus Abdominis Trapezius Wrist[] Left untreated, shin splints may result in a stress fracture of the bones in the lower leg.[] […] relative to MTSS-related pain commonly reported along the distal one half to one third of the diaphysis of the medial tibial border and to identify the prevalence of a soleal aponeurosis[]

  • Joint Dislocation

    The most robust of the acromioclavicular ligaments is the superior , which is reinforced by attachment of the fibres of the deltoid and trapezius muscles.[] At 2-year follow-up, his left upper extremity had full range of motion, and he did not complain of any residual symptoms.[] […] complex, dorsal metacarpophalangeal joint dislocation of the index finger with interposition of the first dorsal interosseous tendon and the transverse ligament of the palmar aponeurosis[]

  • Sprain

    The large, triangle-shaped trapezius connects the back of the neck and the shoulders.[] […] toe S93.101 Unspecified subluxation of right toe(s) S93.101A …… initial encounter S93.101D …… subsequent encounter S93.101S …… sequela S93.102 Unspecified subluxation of left[] […] of misdiagnosis. 6 3 types of fifth metatarsal fractures Fifth metatarsal fractures involve one of the following: an avulsion fracture, caused by the pull of the plantar aponeurosis[]

  • Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis

    Hypertonicity to palpation was noted at the suboccipital, upper and middle trapezius, levator scapulae, rhomboids and splenius capitus muscles bilaterally.[] Resistant neck, left shoulder, and left hip pain did not improve with calcium and calcitriol treatment after diagnosis of idiopathic hypoparathyroidism.[] […] crests Ischial tuberosities Iliolumbar ligaments Lesser trochanter Deltoid tuberosities of humerus Olecranon spurs Also may have ossification of the Achilles tendon Plantar aponeurosis[]

  • Oromandibular Dystonia

    […] contraction force: 3-5 ml for the lateral pterygoid, medial pterygoid, and digastric muscles; 5-10 ml for the masseter, temporal, genioglossus muscles; and 10 ml for the trapezius[] A patient with this syndrome is presented in which a left cerebellopontine angle meningioma appeared to act as a triggering mechanism for the development of this disorder.[] […] closing dystonia, the most common subtype of this condition, can cause trismus and is frequently misdiagnosed as temporomandibular joint disorder or masticatory muscle tendon-aponeurosis[]

  • Myasthenia Gravis

    The deltoid, trapezius, anconeus, nasalis, abductor digiti quinti, and frontalis muscles were examined. RESULTS: Two hundred one patients with MG were diagnosed.[] The study concluded that a left-sided approach achieves a better chance of radical thoracoscopic thymectomy due to anatomic considerations.[] […] pituitary adenoma, aneurysm, fascicular lesion of CN 3, evolving CN 3 palsy , post-viral neuropathy, thyroid disorders * , migraines, meningitis, Horner's syndrome, levator aponeurosis[]