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13 Possible Causes for Costochondritis, Weakness of the Trapezius Muscle

  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    Polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR) is a common inflammatory disease in elderly people. We present a case of a 49-year-old woman diagnosed with PMR. The treatment with prednisone resulted in a rapid resolution of clinical symptoms. However, inflammatory markers remained elevated. Ultrasonography and computed tomography[…][]

  • Cross Syndrome

    Prospecting Client Renewal Client Retention Client Service Climbing Coaching Colostomy Combat Training Contraception Core Training Corrective Exercise Cortisol Cosmetic Surgery Costochondritis[] Scapula, Pastorals, Sternocleidomastoid and muscles that get weak are: Rhomboids, Lower Trapezius and Neck Flexors.[] The part of the weak muscles are played by the lower trapezius and the rombhoid muscles at the back and the cervical flexors, longus capitis and longus colli at the front.[]

  • Upper Back Pain

    Pain moves from your chest to your back Banana Oil/Shutterstock One potential cause of back pain is a condition called costochondritis, an inflammation of the cartilage connecting[] […] lower portion of the trapezius muscles become weak and disengaged.[] Activation of the Nervous System In the case of poor posture, it’s common that the upper trapezius muscles become over active (which causes pain and muscle spasms) while the[]

  • Spinal Cord Infarction

    Less emergent, and common conditions including gastroesophageal reflux, costochondritis, pleuritic, and other musculoskeletal conditions also need to be included in the differential[] , upper extremities, occiput, or anterior thorax; extremity muscle weakness; paresthesia of the upper and/or lower extremities; dizziness and fainting; impaired vibration[] […] include neck stiffness; cervical movement limitations; neck crepitus, subjective or objective; local neck pain and tenderness; headaches; neck pain radiating to the scapulae, trapezius[]

  • Cervical Rib Syndrome

    […] cervical (CR) and first rib (FR) synchondrosis as the left clavicle crosses over the posterior third intercostal space; resected right cervical rib (CR); residual right costochondral[] muscle weakness • Malunion of a clavicle fracture • true neurogenic TOS • vascular TOS • disputed (non-specific) TOS • Note: possible 4th category - traumatic neurovascular[] Costochondral calcification, osteophytic degeneration, and occult first rib fractures in patients with venous thoracic outlet syndrome.[]

  • Absence of Pectoralis Muscle

    Also had absence of the right pectoralis muscle, hypoplastic right breast, hypoplastic costochondral junctions, and hypoplastic sternum consistent with Poland anomaly.[] Tests of the muscles show absence of the trapezius muscle on the right and smooth weakness of the pectoralis and other thoracic muscles.[] Clinical diagnoses to which this muscle symptoms may contribute: Bicipital tendonitis Costochondritis Supraspinatus tendonitis Subacromial Bursitis Medial epicondylitis Golfers[]

  • Hyperabduction Syndrome

    ...Vohra R. 2014 15 Venous thoracic outlet syndrome: approach to diagnosis and treatment with focus on affected athletes. ( 24614420 ) Farrar T.A....Chatfield M. 2014 16 Costochondral[] Treatment will also focus on the trapezius, neck muscles, upper back muscles, and rhomboid muscles which control normal scapular motions and movements.[] Other (eg, mediastinitis, disorders of the breast, and tumors of the chest wall) Differential Diagnoses Anxiety Disorders Aortic Dissection Aortic Stenosis Biliary Disease Costochondritis[]

  • Schwartz-Lelek Syndrome

    The bones of the pelvis and spine are normal and in the chest a slight modeling defect of the medial portion of the clavicles and the costochondral junctions may be found[] The two components of the nerve join and exit the skull via the jugular foramen, innervating the sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles, which become weak or paralyzed[] It has a cranial root, which joins the vagus (10th cranial) nerve and sends motor fibers to the muscles of the larynx, and a spinal root, which sends motor fibers to the trapezius[]

  • Upper Limb Hypertrophy

    Cartilaginous Joints: Examples: Epiphyseal Plates Costochondral Joints Intervertebral Disc Pubic Symphysis Primary Cartilaginous Joints: Synchondroses -- hyaline cartilage[] […] anterior muscle, long thoracic nerve Shoulder shrug Trapezius muscle, spinal accessory nerve Weakness in many movements of the shoulder or upper arm Brachial plexus nerve[] […] and nerve Lateral abduction Middle deltoid muscle, axillary nerve; supraspinatus muscle, suprascapular nerve Shoulder protraction (reaching); possibly winged scapula Serratus[]

  • Cardio-Spondylo-Carpo-Facial Syndrome

    . – Costochondritis is chest pain caused by the inflammation of the tissues that line the ribs.[] The neurologic examination may reveal global hand weakness especially in hypothenar and lateral thenar muscles.[] S52.5 S53.1 S60.2 S62.2 S62.4 S70 S72.1 S72.4 S72.9 S82.0 S82.2 S82.7 FRACTUR OF NECK UNS / FRACTUR CERVICAL S Penyakit tulang FRACTUR BASE OF SKUL Penyakit tulang FRAKTUR COSTOCHONDRAL[]

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