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12,078 Possible Causes for Diffuse Osseous Demineralization, Pain

  • Lyme Disease

    osseous structures.[] Neuropathic pain is a relatively common outcome of Lyme disease. Pain management options for these patients have been limited to pharmaceutical treatments.[] This common disorder of women, frequently, but not always causing pelvic pain, can present simply as chronic fatigue.[]

  • Lyme Neuroborreliosis

    osseous structures.[] Cranial paresis and other neurologic signs usually occur after the onset of pain.[] Figuring prominently in the European literature, but less emphasized in the United States, is painful radiculitis, radicular pain involving a limb or trunk dermatome.[]

  • Cystitis

    Living with a chronic pain condition raises your risk of depression. 5 Pain during sex. Many women with bladder pain syndrome report pain during sex.[] What is interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome?[] When interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome is clinically suspected, patients should be asked about suprapubic pain; urinary frequency; urgency; nocturia; and pain[]

    Missing: Diffuse Osseous Demineralization
  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Recurrent chronic lower abdominal pain and urinary tract infection in a young person may be due to congenital renal abnormality.[] Pain: Pelvic pain and rectal pain is observed in women and men suffering from UTI respectively. Treatment of UTI depends on the extent of the infection.[] The patient subsequently developed a fever over 38 C, pain on micturition, and cloudy urine 3 days following PCI.[]

    Missing: Diffuse Osseous Demineralization
  • Constipation

    Compared to IBS-C patients, PFC patients report higher levels of abdominal pain (P CONCLUSION: Painful constipation and mild-pain constipation could be an alternative way[] […] describe an unusual presentation of disseminated Kaposi sarcoma in a 49-year-old African-American man with AIDS who was admitted to the hospital for constipation and back pain[] Naloxegol has demonstrated efficacy against OIC in several studies involving patients with nonmalignant chronic pain.[]

    Missing: Diffuse Osseous Demineralization
  • Musculoskeletal Lower Back Pain

    Ada › Conditions › Musculoskeletal Lower Back Pain What is musculoskeletal lower back pain?[] Diagnosis is made by eliminating specific lower back pain causes of neurologic compromise, neoplasia, inflammatory arthritis, fracture, or referred pain from other locations[] By Deepak Chitnis Clinical Neurology News EXPERT ANALYSIS FROM PAIN 2015 NATIONAL HARBOR, MD. – Numerous recent studies link chronic pain, especially lower back pain, to obesity[]

    Missing: Diffuse Osseous Demineralization
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    […] joint disorder, or atypical facial pain.[] This has led to the concept that pain in some patients with TMD may result from altered central nervous system pain processing and further that this altered pain processing[] Conversely, the respiratory disturbance index was associated with increased mechanical pain thresholds on the forearm (P 0.05).[]

    Missing: Diffuse Osseous Demineralization
  • Gingivitis

    These work by stopping your body from making a substance that causes pain, fever, and inflammation.[] Pain management is the requirement for patients with ANUG in the ED.[] You can also decrease the inflammation and pain of gingivitis while helping your body fight the infection.[]

    Missing: Diffuse Osseous Demineralization
  • Depression

    Depressive disorders may constitute a risk factor for vulvodynia and occur as a secondary condition to pain.[] Pain, IL-6, and Pittsburgh Sleep Quality index values were all significantly higher in SLE patients compared with the healthy control group (P[] […] depression had different developmental trajectories in the right thalamus and fusiform, which were associated with recognizing, transmitting, controlling and remembering pain[]

    Missing: Diffuse Osseous Demineralization
  • Periodontitis

    Differences in general pain intensity between groups were analyzed using the ordinal (linear) chi-square test.[] BACKGROUND: Dental pain can have a detrimental effect on quality of life.[] At first presentation, the patient showed spontaneous pain and percussion pain at teeth #28 to 30, which continued after initial endodontic treatment.[]

    Missing: Diffuse Osseous Demineralization

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