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88 Possible Causes for Atrophy of the Thigh Muscles, Thigh Pain

  • 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[] The thigh, calf and buttock muscles can “atrophy,” or become smaller, if the affected limb goes a long time without use.[]

  • 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.[] RESULTS: All six patients had thigh weakness and atrophy, and four complained of leg pain.[]

  • Hip Fracture

    A 74-year-old woman reported chronic thigh pain for 1 month.[] pain and characteristic radiographic findings indicative of potential impending subtrochanteric insufficiency fracture.[] The trial (113 participants) comparing the InterTan nail versus the PFNA II nail found very low quality evidence that more PFNA II group participants experienced thigh pain[]

  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    T12-L1 Pain in inguinal region and medial thigh None L1-2 Pain in anterior and medial aspect of upper thigh Slight weakness in quadriceps; slightly diminished suprapatellar[] […] of your pain.[] 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.[]

  • Malum Coxae Senilis

    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[] Sometimes it can take the pain away permanently. The injection goes into the front of the upper thigh, and is not particularly uncomfortable.[] Symptoms The primary symptom of FAI syndrome is motion-related or position-related pain in the hip or groin. Pain may also be felt in the back, buttock or thigh.[]

  • 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.[] Symptoms of diabetes amyopathy Muscular atrophy, which means that the thigh muscle mass is reduced, and the legs and buttocks Pain in the thighs, legs and buttocks The weakness[]

  • Connective Tissue Disease

    Many IBM patients notice shrinking (atrophy) in the arms and thighs as the muscles become weaker.[] ) Weakness in the forearm muscles Pain or discomfort as muscles weaken Difficulty swallowing[] […] difficulty flexing the fingers Difficulty writing, manipulating keys, and other daily activities Weakness and noticeable shrinking of the quadriceps (main muscle of the thighs[]

  • 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[] A painful, burning sensation on the outer side of the thigh may mean that one of the large sensory nerves to your legs—the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve (LFCN)—is being[]

  • Knee Disorder

    If the athlete has suffered for some time then they will likely have atrophy (wasting away) of the quadriceps of thigh muscles.[] If you have a family member with knee pain, you may want to take preventive measures, such as strengthening your thigh muscles.[] Patients typically complain of lateral hip pain, though the hip joint itself is not involved. The pain may radiate down the lateral aspect of the thigh.[]

  • Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis

    Atrophy of the thigh muscle may be noted. Differential diagnosis Other causes of hip pain - for example: Acute hip fracture . Perthes' disease .[] Pain in the affected hip, thigh, or knee Limp Hip pain may be absent. Referred pain to the thigh or knee and/or limp may be the only presenting symptoms.[] […] of thigh muscles. 20% of SCFE patient present with initial bilateral involvement, another 10-20% patients develop a contralateral slip on an average of 18 months after an[]

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