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161 Possible Causes for Elbow Dimples, 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.[] Tests for Instability Sulcus sign In this test, the examiner grasps the patient’s elbow and applies downward traction.[] In these positions, downward pressure exerted by the examiner at patients elbow or wrist. Muscle weakness or pain or both represent a positive test.[]

  • Frozen Shoulder

    Observational: cross-sectional study. Idiopathic frozen shoulder is a common cause of severe and prolonged disability characterised by spontaneous onset of pain with progressive shoulder movement restriction. Although spontaneous recovery can be expected the average length of symptoms is 30 months. Chronic[…][]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    Definition Polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR) is an inflammatory disorder that causes widespread muscle aching and stiffness, primarily in your neck, shoulders, upper arms, thighs and hips. Although some people develop these symptoms gradually, polymyalgia rheumatica can literally appear overnight. People with polymyalgia[…][]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Sternal Fracture

    Symptoms will include pain when pressing in specifically at the sternoclavicular joint where the collarbone meets the sternum.[] Joint Injury Aortic dissection Pain may be more diffuse in patients with insufficiency fractures and may lead to a more extensive differential diagnosis for chest pain in[] If the shoulder is subjected to a hard impact, this joint (known as the sternoclavicular joint), can become injured.[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Shoulder-Hand Syndrome

    Abstract To determine the utility of the sympathetic skin response (SSR) in studying sympathetic outflow in cervical spinal cord injury (CSCI) patients who develop features of reflex sympathetic dystrophy, we studied seven consecutive CSCI patients with the shoulder-hand syndrome (SHS), and seven patients with[…][]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Shoulder Sprain

    Sternoclavicular joint sprain — After proper treatment, about 70%to 80% of people with Grade I or Grade II sprains are pain free and able to participate in normal athletic[] SC Sprain Symptoms A sternoclavicular joint sprain will cause a sudden onset of pain in the SC joint area in many patients.[] Your doctor will gently press and feel your acromioclavicular joint, sternoclavicular joint and collarbone.[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Tonsillitis

    Arthritis occurred 710 days after tonsillitis and involved the wrists, knees, feet and sternoclavicular joints. Some cases had pain in the Achilles tendon areas.[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Joint Subluxation

    SC Subluxation Symptoms A sternoclavicular joint subluxation typically causes an onset of sudden pain at the time of injury.[] SC Subluxation Symptoms Patients who have experienced a sternoclavicular joint subluxation will typically experience an onset of sudden pain at the time of injury.[] Ongoing sternoclavicular joint instability can also occur leading to a chronic condition that causes apprehension, pain and limited mobility.[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Calcium Pyrophosphate Arthropathy

    Pseudogout Anatomy May affect any joint: 50% occurs in the knees. Generally occurs in larger joints. sternoclavicular joints etc.[] The lesions have been reported in the temporomandibular joint, sternoclavicular joint, transverse ligament of C1, metatarsophalangeal joints, spinal facet joints, cubital[] Pseudogout Clinical Evaluation Acute severe pain in a single joint without antecedent trauma. Pain, warmth, tenderness, erythema of affected joint.[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples
  • Gouty Arthritis

    Rarely, the hip, shoulder, sacroiliac, sternoclavicular, or cervical spine joints are involved.[] The pain becomes progressively more severe, usually over a few hours, and is often excruciating.[]

    Missing: Elbow Dimples

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