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2,408 Possible Causes for Elbow Dimples, Joint Contracture, Sternoclavicular Joint Pain

  • 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[] […] subacromial bursa TABLE 1 Possible Causes of Shoulder Impingement Outlet impingement Subacromial spurs Type 2 and type 3 acromions Osteoarthritic spurs of acromioclavicular joint[]

  • 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[] REVIEW OF LITERATURE: Many studies indicate that the main pathology is an inflammatory contracture of the shoulder joint capsule.[] Role of contracture of the coracohumeral ligament and rotator interval in pathogenesis and treatment. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1989 ; 71: 1511 – 5.[]

    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: Sternoclavicular Joint Pain
  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    If a person with untreated PMR changes their habits and stops using their sore joints in certain ways due to pain and stiffness, the limited movement can lead to contracture[] , a type of permanent damage involving shortening of the affected muscle or joint.[]

    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[] . - 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;[] Stage 2: Pain and swelling may gradually reduce and subside gradually increased, but the shoulder joint dysfunction, finger flexion contracture and stiffness, muscle atrophy[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Neurogenic Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita

    ,flexed and ulnarly deviated wrist AMC associated characteristics -Common to both type: clubfeet, flexed, and ulnarly deviated wrists, IR shoulders -Scoliosis Dimpling of[] English neurogenic arthrogryposis multiplex congenita congenital joint contracture in two or more areas of the body arthrogryposis multiplex congenita AMC Guérin-Stern syndrome[] A contracture occurs when a joint becomes permanently fixed in a bent or straightened position, which can impact the function and range of motion of the joint and lead to[]

    Missing: Sternoclavicular Joint Pain
  • 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[] Abstract Arthrogryposis, or multiple congenital contractures, is the occurrence of joint contractures of diverse etiology in the prenatal period.[]

    Missing: Sternoclavicular Joint Pain
  • Eosinophilic Fasciitis

    In patients with insidious onset or without treatment, skin changes can evolve from edema to induration and peau d' orange dimpling.[] A 14-year-old boy was suspected of having a myopathy with joint contractures.[] contractures and intermittent blood eosinophilia.[]

    Missing: Sternoclavicular Joint Pain
  • Melorheostosis

    However at the age of 5 weeks her mother noticed dimpling of the skin on her right thigh.[] Melorheostosis is a rare condition which can cause soft tissue joint contractures.[] In addition to bone changes, the skin and soft tissues overlying affected bone often demonstrate increased fibrosis, which can create joint contracture.[]

    Missing: Sternoclavicular Joint Pain
  • Autosomal-Recessive Non-Lethal Multiple Pterygium Syndrome

    Pterygia (these are winglike triangular membranes occurring typically in the neck, knees, elbows, ankles or fingers).[] contractures, ptosis, camptodactyly of the hands with hypoplastic flexion creases, vertebral fusions, severe scoliosis and short stature.[] In later, half of pregnancy joint contracture develops which reduce the fetal movements.[]

    Missing: Sternoclavicular Joint Pain

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