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153 Possible Causes for Difficulty Walking, Limping Gait, Osteoarthritis

  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee

    KEYWORDS: Osteoarthritis; epidemiology; knee; laterality; plain radiograph[] Major symptoms are pain, swelling and difficulty walking. - Pain during exercise A major symptom of osteoarthritis of the knee is knee pain which occurs during knee motions[] Abstract The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons has developed Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) for Surgical Management of Osteoarthritis of the Knee.[]

  • Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis

    Femoroacetabular impingement is a mechanical hip abnormality that typically affects young populations and leads to hip pain and premature osteoarthritis.[] In fact, most patients with SCFE are teenagers with knee or hip pain who subsequently exhibit an intermittent limping gait.[] Difficulty walking. Hip, groin or knee pain. Inability to bear weight on the affected leg. An affected leg that turns inward, turns outward or appears shorter.[]

  • Osteoarthritis of the Hip

    […] limb osteoarthritis.[] The gait pattern over short distances and abductor strength are usually normal in the early stages of the disease.[] Although the literature on cortisone in the therapy of various diseases has become voluminous, little has been said concerning its use in degenerative joint disease (osteoarthritis[]

  • Congenital Hip Dysplasia

    Abstract Major rim pathology is a precursor of osteoarthritis of the hip secondary to residual acetabular dysplasia.[] The condition tends to worsen as the child grows and if not treated, may result in the child learning to walk with a limp or unusual waddling gait.[] Depending on the severity of the situation, this could result in pain, osteoarthritis, difficulty walking or an inability to walk.[]

  • Knee Sprain

    The complications of a Knee Sprain may include: Chronic knee instability Prolonged and chronic pain The development of degenerative joint disease, such as osteoarthritis How[] Your knee may be tender to touch, and some patients report a sensation of “giving way” or difficulty walking.[] The knee joint is susceptible to osteoarthritis, which if left untreated, stimulates a great deal of knee replacement surgery nowadays.[]

  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease

    At the latest follow-up a strong increase in the number of cases with osteoarthritis was seen.[] Clinical features include a limping gait and hip pain frequently radiating into the thigh, knees, groin, or buttocks. Pain is worse with activities.[] walking or a limp Your doctor may flex and rotate your child's hips to check for pain.[]

  • Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

    All patients were evaluated by pain and stiffness visual analog scales, range of motion, the Patient-Specific Index, Hospital for Special Surgery knee score, WOMAC Osteoarthritis[] Symptoms include joint pain and tenderness, redness over the involved joint, decreased mobility, gait difficulties, limping, fever, and rashes.[] Difficulty with daily living activities such as walking, dressing, and playing. What causes childhood arthritis? The exact cause of childhood arthritis is unknown.[]

  • Lumbar Spondylosis

    […] started a large-scale population-based cohort study entitled research on osteoarthritis/osteoporosis against disability (ROAD) in 2005.[] […] or limping.[] If the spinal cord or nerve roots become pinched, you might experience: Tingling, numbness and weakness in your arms, hands, legs or feet Lack of coordination and difficulty[]

  • Hip Arthritis

    Hip Osteoarthritis Diagnosis Your doctor can diagnose osteoarthritis in your hip through a physical exam and an x-ray.[] A pronounced limp, known as a Trendelenburg gait, can result when the shoulders move toward the side of the affected hip during weight bearing.[] This may include: pain in one or both hips pain in the buttocks, groin, or thigh pain that is worse in the morning and gets better through the day difficulty walking or bending[]

  • Hemiplegia

    RESULTS: A total of 46 reports from 1935 to 2012 were identified, especially on osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.[] Symptoms may include: Difficulty walking Poor balance Little or no use of one hand or leg Speech problems Visual problems Behavioural problems Learning difficulties Epilepsy[] Experiencing a one-sided weakness in your arms, hands, face, chest, legs, or feet can cause the following in patients: Loss of balance Difficulty walking Difficulty grasping[]

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