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585 Possible Causes for Acute Low Back Pain, Lumbosacral Back Pain, Myoglobinuria after Exertion

  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    The treatment of acute low back pain—bed rest, exercises, or ordinary activity? N Engl J Med . 1995;332:351–5. 18. McKenzie RA. Prophylaxis in recurrent low back pain.[aafp.org] , which may include ultrasound, massage, conditioning, and exercise programs Weight control Use of a lumbosacral back support Medicine to control pain and relax muscles If[hopkinsmedicine.org] DC, PT: Comparison of Classification-Based Physical Therapy With Therapy Based on Clinical Practice Guidelines for Patients with Acute Low Back Pain: A Randomized Clinical[hss.edu]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Osteoporosis

    Therefore, compression fracture should be suspected in any patient older than 50 years with acute onset of sudden low back pain.[web.archive.org] In: Movement, Stability, and Back Pain: The Essential Role of the Pelvis, edited by A. Vleeming, V. Mooney, T. Dorman, C. Snijders, and R. Stoeckart.[doi.org] Assessment and management of acute low back pain. Am Fam Physician. 1999;60:2299–308. 20. Schultz RJ. The language of fractures. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1990. 21.[web.archive.org]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Vertebral Compression Fracture

    Prevalence of and Screening for Serious Spinal Pathology in Patients Presenting to Primary Care Settings With Acute Low Back Pain .[snyderphysicaltherapy.com] Thoracolumbar fractures lumbosacral/low back pain [10] • Pain associated with atraumatic activities [10] : 1) Bending forward 2) Vigorous sneezing and coughing 3) standing[physio-pedia.com] Therefore, compression fracture should be suspected in any patient older than 50 years with acute onset of sudden low back pain.[aafp.org]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Lumbar Osteoarthritis

    The first stage is significant dysfunction caused by acute low back pain.[pivotalphysio.com] Performing a less stressful job may be very helpful to relieve back pain caused due to Lumbosacral spondylosis without myelopathy.[epainassist.com] Medications for acute and chronic low back pain: a review of the evidence for an American Pain Society/American College of Physicians clinical practice guideline.[link.springer.com]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Reiter's Syndrome

    Pain, inflammation and swelling affect the joints in the low back, pelvis, fingers, feet and toes. Psoriatic arthritis.[laserspineinstitute.com] Most patients also complain of some degree of back pain, which may be secondary to associated sacroiliitis or lumbosacral enthesitis.[clinicaladvisor.com] An asymmetrical, predominantly lower extremity, oligoarthritis (usually no more than six joints) is the major presenting symptom. [ 6 ] Low back pain often occurs.[patient.info]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Spinal Trauma

    Esophageal injury due to blunt trauma rarely occurs. However, prompt diagnosis and treatment of such injury is essential to improve patient survival. We report an extremely rare case of esophageal entrapment within a hyperextension fracture dislocation of the thoracic spine, which was diagnosed by reviewing an[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor

    Diagnosis and management of acute low back pain.[cancercarewny.com] Low Back Pain FIGURE 1. Suggested approach to the initial assessment of the patient with acute low back pain.[aafp.org] Assessment and management of acute low back pain. Am Fam Physician. 1999;60:2299-2309. Chronic low back pain. EBSCO DynaMed website. Available at:.[cancercarewny.com]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Acute Hepatic Porphyria

    Summary Epidemiology In the majority of European countries, the prevalence of acute hepatic porphyrias is around 1/75,000. In 80% of cases the patients are female, with the majority aged between 20 to 45 years. Clinical description All acute hepatic porphyrias can be accompanied by neuro-visceral attacks that[…][orpha.net]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Musculoskeletal Lower Back Pain

    Acute Low Back Pain: Ongoing Management and Objectives If acute low back pain has not improved in 2 weeks: re-evaluate for “red flags”, change NSAID, and refer to Physical[austinmassageclinic.com] […] low back pain (LBP) and was later diagnosed with lumbosacral chordoma.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Only the common cold prompts more people to see a practitioner than acute low back pain.[blog.thesullivangroup.com]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Lumbar Strain

    […] for isolated acute low back pain.[aafp.org] Smoking can also lead to back pain and increase chances of lumbosacral strain.[epainassist.com] The Treatment of Acute Low Back Pain — Bed Rest, Exercises, or Ordinary Activity.the new England journal of medicine 1995. M. Higgings. Therapeutic exercises.[physio-pedia.com]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion