Create issue ticket

147 Possible Causes for Atrophy of the Thigh Muscles, No Muscle Weakness, Thigh Pain

  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    On reassessment, there was a reduction in pain at 10 degrees of lumbar extension AROM and reduction of thigh pain with walking.[] Common symptoms of lumbar disc protrusion include: Chronic low back pain Pain, numbness and tingling in the legs, feet and toes Back stiffness or soreness Muscle weakness[] Although age is the most common risk, physical inactivity can cause weak back and abdominal muscles, which may not support the spine properly.[]

  • Femoral Neuropathy

    […] of stifle loss of sensation to medial thigh neurogenic atrophy of quadriceps muscles.[] We describe a 58-year-old man who had progressive thigh pain, weakness, and numbness develop 13 years after cementless arthroplasty of his left hip.[] Muscle weakness gradually resolved. Difficulty was encountered in placing both grafts, and each kidney and limb were subjected to prolonged ischemia.[]

  • Diabetic Amyotrophy

    This condition is often characterized by difficulty standing from a sitting position, sudden and severe pain in the buttocks, thigh or hip, atrophied and weak thigh muscles[] Acute left thigh pain and weakness. Diabetic amyotrophy.", author "Gupta, {Neel D.} and Quan Nguyen and Enrique Palacios and Sarala Palliyath and Neitzschman, {Harold R.[] A 56 year-old man with diabetes mellitus and pain, muscle weakness and wasting in both thighs, of three months duration, had a diagnosis of diabetic amyotrophy.[]

  • Lumbar Radiculopathy

    OVER SI JOINT, HIP, LATERAL THIGH, LEG PAIN LATERAL LEG, WEB OF GREAT TOE NUMB WEAKNESS OF DORSIFLEXION OF GREAT TOE AND FOOT: CANT WALK ON HEELS MINOR MUSCLE ATROPHY REFLEX[] BOOK DOCTOR APPOINTMENT CONSULT DOCTOR ONLINE Definition Any injury, pain, muscle weakness, tingling and numbness that results in an irritated, inflammed or a compressed spinal[] […] which can present with hip, buttock, and thigh pain.[]

  • Trochanteric Bursitis

    MRI may show Piriformis muscle atrophy or hypertrophy and edema surrounding the sciatic nerve.[] Greater trochanteric pain syndrome is a condition that causes pain over the outside of your upper thigh (or both thighs).[] It is usually associated with weakness of the gluteal muscles, particularly gluteus medius, that results in a Trendelenburg gait pattern that is a sign of hip muscle weakness[]

  • Osteoarthritis of the Hip

    Most patients report pain in the groin or hip, but pain is also reported in the lateral hip, anterior thigh, buttock, knee, lower back, lateral and posterior thigh. 39 Pain[] weakness and presence of central cores on muscle biopsy.[] In addition to the classic symptoms in the groin, there may be an association with pain in the anterior thigh, the trochanteric region, and even on the inner face of the knee[]

  • Diabetic Mononeuropathy

    […] of the thigh muscles.[] […] in the shin or foot Pain in the lower back or pelvis Pain in the front of the thigh Pain in the chest or abdomen As many as 70% of diabetics have some degree of neuropathy[] That myo in the word means muscle, so this is a form of neuropathy that can cause muscle weakness.[]

  • Hip Fracture

    A 74-year-old woman reported chronic thigh pain for 1 month.[] The detection of low weight, disability, malnutrition, muscle weakness, and vitamin D deficiency can help identify at-risk older people to implement prevention strategies.[] To prevent falls, risk factors like muscle weakness, use of medications, arthritis, depression balance. Gait, vision and activities should be assessed.[]

  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease

    Atrophy of thigh muscles may occur from disuse and an inequality of leg length.[] A pediatric patient with hip pathology may initially only present with knee or thigh pain, thus obligating the clinician to maintain awareness about the hip during examination[] Other symptoms may include: Hip pain Groin, thigh, or knee pain Reduced range of motion in the hip Shortening of the leg, or legs that are not the same length Muscle weakness[]

  • Meralgia Paresthetica

    Sometimes decreased sensation all the way to the patella Difficult to examine because of pain/burning induced by touching or rubbing Normal strength, no atrophy in thigh[] Symptoms may include: Numbness in the lateral thigh Neuropathic pain, sometimes severe When pain does not respond to medical management, a nerve injection block at the site[] There are no motor impairments or muscle weakness, because the LFCN is entirely sensory.[]

Similar symptoms