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2,541 Possible Causes for Elbow Dimples, Frozen Shoulder, Joint Contracture

  • Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

    Dimpling of the skin below he acromion (the sulcus sign) indicates inferior humeral translation. This indicates instability of the shoulder joint.[] […] ligament Loss of RTC muscles causing superior migration of humerus Secondary impingement from unstable shoulder Acromial defects Anterior or posterior capsular contractures[] […] simply type 2 frozen shoulder.[]

  • Arthrogryposis due to Muscular Dystrophy

    Pterygia (these are winglike triangular membranes occurring typically in the neck, knees, elbows, ankles or fingers).[] ·ses (-sēz) The permanent fixation of a joint in a contracted position. arthrogryposis multiplex congenita A rare sporadic condition characterised by joint contractures, dislocations[] Pain Heel Pain Ankle Pain Elbow Pain Hip Pain Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Cervical spondylosis Lower back pain Sciatica Knee Osteoarthritis Frozen Shoulder Plantar Fasciitis[]

  • Frozen Shoulder

    In general, resolution of the joint contracture does not uncover a secondary shoulder problem that then requires treatment, nor does frozen shoulder recur in the same shoulder[] Presentation is the same for both idiopathic frozen shoulder and frozen shoulder as a result of injury.[] REVIEW OF LITERATURE: Many studies indicate that the main pathology is an inflammatory contracture of the shoulder joint capsule.[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Dupuytren Contracture

    Assessments included change in joint contracture, range of motion, and the percentage of joints that achieved contracture of 5 or less at day 30 after the last injection.[] ‘These include carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, Dupuytren's contracture, frozen shoulder, spondylosis of the neck and cramp of the hand (writer's cramp).’[] In combination with Dupuytren or Ledderhose disease occasionally other, possibly related disease might appear, like knuckle pads (Garrod pads), Frozen shoulder or Peyronie[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Rotator Cuff Tear

    […] subacromial bursa TABLE 1 Possible Causes of Shoulder Impingement Outlet impingement Subacromial spurs Type 2 and type 3 acromions Osteoarthritic spurs of acromioclavicular joint[] Treating Frozen Shoulder Article continues below What Happens During Rotator Cuff Surgery?[] A popping or clicking noise when moving the shoulder. Frozen Shoulder The signs and symptoms of a frozen shoulder include: Stiffness in the joint. Tightness.[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Shoulder-Hand Syndrome

    contractures Extreme osteopenia on x-ray International Association for the Study of Pain Classification type I CRPS without demonstrable nerve lesions most common from trauma[] Diagnosis and treatment The diagnosis is made on the clinical symptoms of a frozen shoulder.[] . - Stage 3, 6-12 months: - skin pale, cool, dry, tight and glossy; joint contractures - severe osteopenia with spindling of fingers; diminished pain; nails become rigid;[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Subacromial Bursitis

    Synovial proliferation and shoulder joint contracture were more common in the diabetics ( P 0.0329 and P 0.073, respectively; Fisher's test).[] About Frozen Shoulder The cause of frozen shoulder is not always clear, but it can develop as a result of another painful shoulder disorder, such as bursitis.[] Joint contracture of the shoulder has also been found to be at a higher incidence in type two diabetics, which may lead to frozen shoulder (Donatelli, 2004).[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Hemiplegia

    Physical therapy is vital and may include daily living activities to keep the muscles stimulated and prevent joint contractures.[] A large number of chronic changes such as clubbing, retardation of nail growth, edema, osteoporosis, fractures, arthritis, shoulder dislocation, frozen shoulder, periarticular[] A new approach for the management of frozen shoulder. Anaesthesia 1992 ; 47: 120 – 124. Google Scholar Medline Swan DM. Shoulder-hand syndrome following hemiplegia.[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Joint Contracture

    CONCLUSIONS: Traumatic elbow injuries carry a risk of joint contracture, 12% of our subjects did not regain a functional range of motion, and 12% had a joint contracture that[] METHODS: Fourteen fresh-frozen cadaveric shoulders were used.[] Maximizing total end range time is safe and effective for the conservative treatment of frozen shoulder patients. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2011;90(9):738-745.[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita

    Pterygia (these are winglike triangular membranes occurring typically in the neck, knees, elbows, ankles or fingers).[] Prenatal diagnosis is usually based on the detection of diminished fetal movements and joint contractures on ultrasound.[] Multiple joint contractures became evident at 18 weeks.[]

    Missing: Frozen Shoulder

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