Create issue ticket

144 Possible Causes for Dupuytren Contractures, Rotator Cuff Tear, Stiffness of the Shoulder

Did you mean: Dupuytren, Contractures, Rotator Cuff Tear, Stiffness of the Shoulder

  • Frozen Shoulder

    Active fibroblastic proliferation similar to that of Dupuytren's contracture is documented.[] METHODS: Tissue from patients with Frozen Shoulder Syndrome and rotator cuff tear were obtained during shoulder arthroscopies.[] If you have a painful stiff shoulder, there is a good chance that you have a frozen shoulder.[]

  • Shoulder Osteoarthritis

    Since pain and stiffness associated with shoulder arthritis can worsen over time, it’s important that you don’t ignore symptoms.[] Depending on the exact etiology, posttraumatic arthritis is characterized by osseous deformities and asymmetrical soft-tissue contractures.[] PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine whether there is an association between the critical shoulder angle (CSA) and rotator cuff tears (RCT) as well as osteoarthritis[]

  • Shoulder Fracture

    Contractures may develop after only a few days of immobilization, particularly in the elderly. Key anatomic landmarks in the proximal humerus.[] […] where the patient suffers from both shoulder arthritis and a rotator cuff tear.[] […] infection a rare occurrence. view Frozen Shoulder A Frozen shoulder also called adhesive capsulitis is a condition presenting with shoulder stiffness and severe shoulder[]

  • Subacromial Bursitis

    contracture Dupuytren拘縮(デュプュィトランこうしゅく) dura mater硬膜 dysfunction機能不全 dysplasia異形成[症]、形成不全[症] e edema浮腫、水腫 effusion滲(浸)出液 elastic bandage弾性包帯 elbow肘 elbow joint肘関節 electromyography[] "Matrix molecule mRNA levels in the bursa and rotator cuff of patients with full-thickness rotator cuff tears".[] In less severe cases, patients may only experience an ache or stiffness in the shoulder that increases with rest following activities placing strain on the bursa.[]

  • Shoulder Sprain

    […] the patient's elbows towards the table Positive Test Patient is unable to passively have their elbow(s) reach the table Positive Test Implications Pectoralis major muscle contracture[] Rotator Cuff Tear A rotator cuff tear occurs in any of the muscles and tendons that connect the upper arm to the scapula, or shoulder blade.[] Symptoms & Types A shoulder sprain will usually lead to 1 or more of the following symptoms: Pain and stiffness in the shoulder Inability to rotate the arm in all the normal[]

  • Humerus Fracture

    Neurovascular injury sometimes leads to compartment syndrome of the forearm, which can cause Volkmann ischemic contracture (a flexion contracture at the wrist resulting in[] Reverse shoulder arthroplasty (RSA) has began to expand its traditional indications of rotator cuff arthropathy, massive rotator cuff tears, failed shoulder arthroplasties[] Joint stiffness. Stiffness in the shoulder or elbow is common after a proximal humerus fracture and a distal humerus fracture respectively.[]

  • Rotator Cuff Tear

    […] impingement sign and test : - it is essential to document ROM deficits, since rotator cuff repair would not be expected to yield a good outcome in the face of fixed shoulder contractures[] Imaging tests are the gold standard in rotator cuff tears.[] The most common condition that mimics a rotator cuff tear is shoulder stiffness or a frozen shoulder .[]

  • Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

    : - patients w/ contracture of posterior capsule (and loss of IR) will be most likely to demonstrate signs of impingement (despite normal acromial anatomy); - ref: Quantification[] Rotator cuff impingement syndrome and associated rotator cuff tears are commonly encountered shoulder problems. Symptoms include pain, weakness and loss of motion.[] If you feel pain, pinching, stiffness in your shoulder with movement or a catch when raising your arm, you may have something called shoulder impingement syndrome.[]

  • Congenital Shoulder Dislocation

    […] infection a rare occurrence. view Frozen Shoulder A Frozen shoulder also called adhesive capsulitis is a condition presenting with shoulder stiffness and severe shoulder[] […] changes Grade 2 Dupuytren's contracture Grade 2 : formation of pretendinous and cords, limited finger extension Grade 3 Dupuytren's contracture Grade 3 : permanent contracture[] US is comparable to MRI in evaluating full-thickness rotator cuff tears and rotator cuff atrophy, but inferior to MRI in evaluating partial-thickness rotator cuff tears and[]

  • Arthropathy

    […] fascia can be observed due to Dupuytren's contractures. [1] Tinel’s sign Tinel’s sign is present in the presence of CTS.[] rotator cuff tears to cuff tear arthropathy.[] He presented with persistent pain and stiffness affecting both shoulder and pelvic girdles, unresponsive to factor VIII (FVIII) infusions.[]

Similar symptoms