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390 Possible Causes for Ankle Sprain, Headache

  • Acromegaly

    A 22-year-old woman presented with worsening vision loss and headaches.[] Headache is a common complaint in acromegaly and considered a clinical marker of disease activity.[] Headache was included as a feature of the disease.[]

  • Indomethacin

    From day 25 on she was free of hypnic headache. On day 31 we tapered the daily dose of indomethacin to 50mg at bedtime, the patient was still without headache.[] Ankle Pain Ankle pain is commonly due to a sprain or tendinitis. The severity of ankle sprains ranges from mild (which can resolve within...[] Headache is a common symptom in childhood and adolescence. Effective therapy for this symptom is based on the specific headache syndrome.[]

  • Muscle Strain

    Next to headaches, back problems are the most common complaint to health care professionals. What causes a back strain or sprain?[] Most ankle sprains happen when the foot turns inward as a person runs, turns, falls, or lands on the ankle after a jump.[] Injury Back Muscle Pain Cramps Dislocated Shoulder High Ankle Sprain Knee Ligament Injuries Lateral Collateral Ligament Medial Collateral Ligament Sprain Muscle Strain Neck Headache[]

  • Brain Concussion

    A headache, cognitive deficits, emotional instability, sleep disturbances, and an overall change in mental state after trauma are highly suggestive signs of a concussion.[] If you do not allow your ankle to heal and it gets sprained again, the ankle can suffer permanent damage. The same is true for your brain tissue.[] “I think there used to be an attitude that concussions were an inevitable part of football, like ankle sprains,” Fernandez says. “And maybe they are.[]

  • Ankle Sprain

    This study aims to assess the feasibility of acupuncture as an add-on intervention for patients with non-emergent acute musculoskeletal pain and primary headache in an emergency[] Ankle sprain develops, when the ankle moves out its normal position, due to certain activities or actions.[] Ankle sprain is the most frequently occurring acute injury in tennis, accounting for 20-25% of all injuries.[]

  • Ewing's Sarcoma

    A 16-year-old boy presented with history of headache and blurring of distant vision. He had UMN facial paresis and papilledema.[] Six months earlier, she had presented to the hospital with a history of ankle sprain and was treated with analgesics and ice application.[] Despite the treatment, the pain over the ankle persisted, her foot swelled progressively, and a mass evolved on the lateral side of the foot.[]

  • Joint Effusion

    […] a history of headaches.[] AMI may occur after an ankle sprain contributing to residual dysfunction.[] Inversion ankle sprains are among the most frequently encountered injuries in and outside of sport.[]

  • Trochanteric Bursitis

    Whiplash Spinal Stenosis Cervicogenic Headaches Facet Joint Disorders Disc Herniation with resulting arm pain Spondylosis Shoulder Rotator cuff tear Shoulder Impingement[] Plantar Fasciitis Achilles Tendonitis Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Toe Degenerative Joint Disease Ankle Sprain Sesmoid Pain Knee ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Patellofemoral[] Strain Avascular Necrosis Low Back / Sciatica Nerve Sciatica (Disc herniation with resulting leg pain) Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Degenerative Disc Disease Spinal Fracture Neck / Headaches[]

  • Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis

    We report a case of cavernous sinus thrombosis in a 55-year-old Chinese man who presented with headache, ophthalmoplegia and ptosis.[] Brachial Index , Ankle Sprain , Anti Arrhythmics , Antibiotic Duration , Anti-Emetic , Antihistamine , Antiseptic , Ants , Apologizing to Patients , Arrhythmia , Arthritis[] The patient developed headache, rapidly progressive ophthalmoplegia, and signs of orbital congestion.[]

  • Tendinitis

    Retropharyngeal tendinitis is a rare cause of intense neck pain and occipital headache.[] What injuries can cause ankle pain, and how are they treated? Ankle sprains and fractures Ankle sprains are one of the most common musculoskeletal injuries.[] Acute calcific longus colli tendinitis (LCT) has been reported as an unusual cause of acute-onset neck pain, dysphagia, and headache.(1-5) As described in most of the published[]

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