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83 Possible Causes for Arthralgia, Atrophy of the Thigh Muscles, Progressive Contractures

  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee

    , knee ROM, medial BMLs, medial subchondral bone cysts and medial trabecular bone texture are associated with the cOA progression.[] RESULTS: The cell-based product was well tolerated with few reported Adverse Events (mild arthralgia and low back pain).[] There is limited evidence that pain coping subscales worrying, hoping and catastrophizing, knee injury, knee surgery, bisphosphonate usage, painful knee flexion, flexion contracture[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    Fluid in the knee can harm the working of your muscles and cause thigh muscles to weaken and atrophy. Fluid-filled sac (Baker's cyst).[] Another characteristic symptom of the disease is the progressive incapacity of the joint to function, leading – in the long run – to loss of mobility.[] (Redirected from Joint pain ) Arthralgia (from Greek arthro-, joint -algos, pain) literally means joint pain. [1] [2] Specifically, arthralgia is a symptom of injury, infection[]

  • Melorheostosis

    […] leg length discrepancy or muscle atrophy.[] Melorheostosis often is disabling because of progressive contracture of the joint and soft tissue involved.[] Progressive disorder Melorheostosis.[]

  • Connective Tissue Disease

    Many IBM patients notice shrinking (atrophy) in the arms and thighs as the muscles become weaker.[] , Progressive Joint and Skin Laxity, and Multisystem Fragility-related Manifestations.[] Early symptoms are non-specific, including easy fatigability, myalgia, arthralgia and Raynaud's phenomenon.[]

  • Congenital Muscular Dystrophy

    […] and peripheral involvement, most obvious in vasti and gastrocnemius COL6A - Ullrich CMD patients had diffuse involvement of thigh muscles with selective sparing of anteromedial[] We report the first known Egyptian patient with FCMD, established by clinical features of generalized weakness, pseudohypertrophy of calf muscles, progressive joint contractures[] Nevertheless, it is our experience that weakness is slowly progressive while contractures remain virtually constant in adulthood.[]

  • Dermatomyositis

    There can be loss of muscle bulk (atrophy). The muscles of the shoulders, upper arms, hips, thighs and neck display the most weakness in dermatomyositis.[] , the muscles begin to waste away (atrophy) and permanently shorten (contracture); children with juvenile dermatomyositis may experience a more rapid onset.[] […] potentials Fibrillation potentials, even at rest Bizarre high-frequency repetitive discharges Positive for any of the myositis-specific autoantibodies Nondestructive arthritis or arthralgias[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    The examination early in the course of limb onset disease usually reveals focal muscle atrophy especially involving the muscles of the hands, forearms or shoulders in the[] This progressive form begins with weakness, often in the hands and less frequently in the feet or mouth and throat.[] Your doctor may start to suspect you have ALS if you have progressive neuromuscular decline.[]

  • Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 3

    People with this condition may experience: Leg weakness, especially in the thigh muscles An unsteady gait Difficulty standing from a seated position Trouble climbing stairs[] […] for alignment -Joystick modifications -Contracture development 2* prolonged sitting -Progression of scoliosis - High incidence -Surgery for spinal stabilization What are[] […] curve technique address hip contractures and any other lower extremity contractures before PSF to ensure seating balance outcomes for improved wheelchair sitting may lead[]

  • Myositis

    Patients typically develop difficulty in swallowing (dysphagia), weak wrists or fingers and atrophy of the forearms and/or thigh muscles.[] Cancer in adults 50 years NXP-2 25 Young-onset, severe cutaneous lesions, including calcinosis, and muscle contractures.[] However, the side effects of docetaxel are numerous (cytopenia, peripheral edema, myalgia, arthralgia, alopecia, and sensitive neuropathy) and recent concerns have been raised[]

  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease

    Atrophy of thigh muscles may occur from disuse and an inequality of leg length.[] ) heavy patient longer duration from onset to completion of healing stiffness with progressive loss of ROM Catterall "head at risk" signs (see under classification) natural[] Without an adequate blood supply, the bone cells die. 0000164 Arthralgia Joint pain 0002829 Avascular necrosis Death of bone due to decreased blood supply 0010885 Cartilage[]

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