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1,644 Possible Causes for Back Pain, Cellulitis, Weakness

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    […] likelihood of mononucleosis. [ 7 ] Bilateral periorbital oedema without generalised oedema may also be due to Kawasaki disease , allergic reactions or bilateral periorbital cellulitis[] Get dental tips 22 May 2018 Virtual physiotherapy What is 'virtual physiotherapy' and could it help ease your back pain?[] […] in your arms or legs Yellow color in your eyes or skin Call 911 or go to an emergency room if you develop: Sharp, sudden, severe abdominal pain Stiff neck or severe weakness[]

  • Spinal Stenosis

    On physical exam his wound is well healed with no cellulitis or erythema. WBC and ESR are within normal limits. What is the most likely diagnosis?[] An estimated 400,000 Americans suffer from leg pain and/or low back pain caused by lumbar spinal stenosis![] Abstract Segmental zoster paresis is a rare complication of herpes zoster, characterized by focal motor weakness that does not always present simultaneously with skin lesions[]

  • Lyme Disease

    Also uncounted are those people who ignored their rash and didn’t bother a doctor; those whose doctor mis-diagnosed the rash as cellulitis or ringworm; those who never saw[] ) or GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) Bone pain, joint pain or swelling, carpal tunnel syndrome Stiffness of joints, back, neck, tennis elbow Muscle pain or cramps,[] The physical examination showed widespread weakness, atrophy, fasciculation, and brisk reflexes.[]

  • Lyme Neuroborreliosis

    Also uncounted are those people who ignored their rash and didn’t bother a doctor; those whose doctor mis-diagnosed the rash as cellulitis or ringworm; those who never saw[] Abstract Back pain is a common symptom among patients presenting to the acute medical unit.[] CONCLUSION: Although Lyme neuroborreliosis is a rare cause of diaphragmatic weakness, it should be considered in the differential workup because of its potentially treatable[]

  • Tuberculosis

    She was commenced on flucloxacillin by the medical team for presumed cellulitis with minimal response.[] PATIENT CONCERNS: A 58-year-old Asian woman was referred to our hospital for evaluation of low back pain for 4 years and abdominal pain for 1 month.[] Other people may get sick years later when their immune system becomes weak for another reason.[]

  • Islet Cell Tumor

    […] beta , Adenoma delle cellule beta , Insuloma , Insulinoma Polish Nowotwór komórek beta trzustki , Insulinoma Hungarian Insulinoma Norwegian Betacellesvulst , Insulinom ,[] Symptoms of a Nonfunctional Tumor The symptoms of nonfunctional tumors include: indigestion increased gas diarrhea abdominal or back pain abdominal mass yellowing of the skin[] Possible mechanisms for explaining this apparent discrepancy include the production of immunoreactive molecules with weak or absent systemic biological activity.[]

  • Myelitis

    Her course was complicated by cellulitis, prompting the cessation of cyclophosphamide for several months.[] […] characterized by sudden neck and back pain, with loss of bladder or bowel control.[] AFM should be considered in children presenting with acute limb pain and weakness. 2017 EAN.[]

  • Epidural Abscess

    A thorough history often leads to clues such as recent fevers, a recent skin abscess or cellulitis, IV drug abuse, recent dental extraction or procedure, and neck or back[] Spinal epidural abscess (SEA) is a rare but potentially catastrophic cause of back pain.[] Over a 1-week course, he developed severe back pain and progressive lower extremity weakness.[]

  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    Since the cellulitis failed to respond to antibiotic therapy, a skin biopsy was performed.[] Because of refractory disease associated to atypical features such as severe inflammatory low back pain, dull and achy pain in the thighs, claudication of the lower limbs[] Flu-like symptoms, including fever, weakness, and weight loss. What causes it? What causes polymyalgia rheumatica?[]

  • Spinal Epidural Abscess

    OBJECTIVE: To describe a spinal epidural abscess that originated from cellulitis after moxibustion. METHODS: Case report.[] An 8-year-old previously healthy boy presents with back pain and fever for 4 days. He complains of pain in the low back, which is increased with bending or twisting.[] A 51-year-old patient presenting with progressive lower extremity weakness secondary to a spinal epidural abscess extending from C4 to S1.[]

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