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1,349 Possible Causes for Abnormal Spine X-Ray, Heel Pain, Mucocutaneous Rash

  • Reiter's Syndrome

    Other associated symptoms were similar, particularly evidence of enthesopathy (tendonitis, heel pain, plantar fasciitis), the polyarticular pattern was more common than the[] Pain in the heel is common. Small joints in the hands and feet may also be involved.[] Asymmetric oligoarthritis predominantly of the lower extremity Sausage shaped finger (dactylitis), toe, heel pain, or other enthesitis Cervicitis or acute diarrhea within[]

  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

    Sacroiliitis is frequently demonstrated Mucocutaneous rashes and ulceration may occur.[] One common sign visible on X-rays is vertebral bodies that have become deformed into an abnormal square shape.[] Enthesopathy, which is the hallmark of the disease, is most commonly seen in the Achilles tendon, being manifested by heel pain.[]

  • Systemic Mastocytosis

    Mastocytosis is a sporadic disease characterized by an abnormal accumulation of mast cells (MCs) in single or multiple organs. It has a heterogeneous clinical picture which is a reflection of underlying tissue MC burden, mediators released and the organs involved. Here, the authors report significant symptomatic,[…][]

    Missing: Heel Pain
  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    […] that spreads from the back down through the bottom and through the back of the leg and even into the heel Again, you may have weakness when trying to flex the foot, but in[] It is surprising how much pain these joints can cause. They can give pain in the hip area and buttocks but also referred pain into the thigh and even down to the heel.[] Numbness and pain may be felt on top of the foot, and the pain may also radiate into the buttock.[]

    Missing: Mucocutaneous Rash
  • Osteoarthritis

    Stiffness, lumpiness and pain may be associated. Wearing tight shoes and high heels can make this pain worse.[] Koca B, Öz B, Ölmez N, Memis A (2009) Effect of lateral-wedge shoe insoles on pain and function in patients with knee osteoarthritis.[] […] knee load, with a neutral or no wedge control condition in patients with painful medial knee osteoarthritis.[]

    Missing: Mucocutaneous Rash
  • Osteoporosis

    In the current case report, a 41-year-old male patient who was admitted with complaints of pain in the left heel and diagnosed with calcaneal avulsion fracture that developed[] An ultrasound scan of the heel bone is another way to assess for osteoporosis. It can be carried out in the primary care setting.[] Wear shoes that fit well and have low heels. This includes slippers. Slippers that do not have heels can cause you to trip and fall.[]

    Missing: Mucocutaneous Rash
  • Psoriatic Arthritis

    […] on X-rays Increased prevalence in males.[] Heel pain Swelling on the back of your leg above your heel Treatment for Psoriatic Arthritis Treatment usually involves treating both the skin condition and the joint inflammation[] , a stiff back or a stiff neck (spondylitis) pain and swelling in your heels pain in other areas where tendons attach to bone (enthesitis), such as your knee, hip and chest[]

    Missing: Mucocutaneous Rash
  • Gonorrhea

    Symptoms usually include chills, fever, joint pain or swelling, painful wrist and heel tendons, skin rash, and symptoms of meningitis (such as headaches, stiff and painful[]

    Missing: Abnormal Spine X-Ray
  • Cervical Osteoarthritis

    Neck or spinal X-ray. An X-ray may show abnormalities, such as bone spurs, that indicate cervical spondylosis.[] Loss of bladder or bowel control, in the setting of acute back or neck pain, such as inability to start or stop urinating, can indicate a serious nerve dysfunction and should[] It shows if any abnormalities due to an advancing age are present in the spine Computerized tomography (CT): A CT scan takes a series of x-ray images from several different[]

    Missing: Mucocutaneous Rash
  • Calcaneus Fracture

    Other joints in the body including the spine did not reveal any abnormality on examination.[] Symptoms Symptoms of a calcaneus fracture included swelling in the foot, significant bruising on the heel, being unable to put weight on the heel, and significant heel pain[] You can press your heel gently with your hands and if you have significant pain then the fracture probably has occurred.[]

    Missing: Mucocutaneous Rash