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1,006 Possible Causes for Difficulty Walking, Hand Pain, X-Ray Abnormal

  • Polyarthritis

    When suspicion for a particular diagnosis is achieved, medical imaging in the form of X-rays or CT may prove useful in providing evidence to support the diagnosis.[] A 72-year-old retired Caucasian man arrived at the emergency department with confusion, a temperature of 101 F, difficulty walking, leukocytosis, and diffuse joint aches.[] They note the simultaneous apparition of pain and symmetrical pitting oedema of the back of the hands.[]

  • Polyarticular Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

    Conducting X-rays : This can be used to detect bone or soft tissue abnormalities or damage.[] Limited mobility can be a problem for school attendance; it may cause difficulty walking, fatigue, pain or stiffness.[] Symptoms can involve the hands, feet, and knees, but any joint can be involved.[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    This test is more sensitive than is a barium X-ray or conventional CT.[] walking Muscle weakness Irritability Memory loss Dementia Depression Psychosis Treatment for Vitamin B12 Deficiency Vitamin B12 deficiency treatment depends on the cause.[] Also, if you have any of the symptoms of B12 deficiency mentioned above, particularly those related to neuropathy (numbness, pain, or tingling in your hands or feet), be sure[]

  • Internal Joint Prosthesis Broken

    This shortcoming results in difficulties in balance and walking and leads to high levels of oxygen consumption during locomotion.[] If the nerves are affected, you may experience unusual sensations in the hand and weakness in your hand and wrist.[] On the other hand, the weighted failure rate (including subjects with worsening pain) is 22%, or about 1 in 5 patients.[]

  • Mechanical Complication of Prosthetic Joint

    […] in joints of right hand M25.542 Pain in joints of left hand Chapter 14 – Diseases of the genitourinary system New codes added for laterality for follicular, corpus luteum[] M84.75-) Several new codes for periprosthetic fracture around internal prosthetics were added to specify joint and laterality (including type of encounter) (M97-) M25.541 Pain[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    Most people with MPS II also have dysostosis multiplex, which refers to multiple skeletal abnormalities seen on x-ray.[] […] alone, he falls whenever tries walking alone‖ Objective data Has difficulty walking and doesn’t walk alone Risk for injury related to tremors and episodic seizure Prevent[] The MHQ global and domains mean scores were: global, 56.68 16.17; hand function, 64.17 21.62; activities of daily living, 46.87 27.78; school performance, 56.01 32.69; pain[]

  • Rheumatic Heart Disease

    […] inflamed heart by asking about symptoms like weakness, shortness of breath, or chest pain, or by looking at an electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), Doppler ultrasound, or chest X-ray[] […] breathing, or a rapid heartbeat and heart murmur that may be detected by doctors jerky movements and difficulty walking Rarely ARF may present with: painless lumps under[] On the other hand, the fever may be quite mild. Joint pain develops at any stage of the disease and lasts from a few hours to several weeks.[]

  • Friedreich Ataxia

    Evidence from X-ray fluorescence and immunohistochemical studies has highlighted an important role for glial cells; intracellular ferritin expression is abnormally high in[] If you notice any of the symptoms mentioned, such as loss of sensation, difficulty walking, keeping your balance, or a loss of reflexes, ask your doctor about FA.[] With progression, light touch, pain, and temperature sensation also may be diminished. Two-point discrimination may be affected in early cases.[]

  • Pseudoachondroplasia

    Clinical description The disorder is usually discovered during the second year of life with the onset of slow growth and walking difficulties.[] Other features of the disease include short arms and legs, a contoneado walk, joint pain in childhood, evolving in osteoarthritis, hyperextensibility hands, knees and ankles[] Lateral flexion-extension x-rays of the cervical spine is recommended, if a pre-existing abnormality such as hypoplastic odontoid is present.[]

  • Myasthenia Gravis

    Chest x-ray, CT scan or MRI may be performed to examine the thymus gland, because abnormalities of the thymus are often linked with myasthenia gravis.[] Other symptoms include: Changes in facial expression Difficulty chewing Difficulty speaking Difficulty swallowing Difficulty walking or doing repetitive work with arms and[] Weakness or loss of movement that can be more or less severe, including: Difficulty climbing stairs, walking, or lifting things Muscle pain Drooping of the head The need to[]

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