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2,341 Possible Causes for Electromyogram Abnormal, Nocturnal Leg Cramp, Toe Pain

  • Peripheral Neuropathy

    Peripheral Neuropathy symptoms usually start with numbness, prickling or tingling in the toes or fingers.[] Most of the time the problem starts in the fingers and toes. As it gets worse, it moves into the limbs, causing pain and loss of feeling in the feet, legs, and hands.[] Grasp each toe at the tip in massage and squeeze as deeply as you can without causing pain. Work the entire toe from the tip to the base on both feet.[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    But certain signs may be interpreted by your doctor as signs of ALS such as: Babinski's reflex, an unusual flexing of the toes that signals damaged nerve paths Diminished[] FDA bans quinine for nocturnal leg cramps. Drug Utilization Rev. 1995; Oct:150. 26. Moss AH, Casey P, Stocking CB, Roos RP, Brooks BR, Siegler M.[] Stretching before sleep reduces the frequency and severity of nocturnal leg cramps in older adults: a randomised trial.[]

  • Alcoholic Neuropathy

    Valengilda/iStock Boozing Can Cause Gout Gout is a type of arthritis that affects the big toe, causing excruciating pain, redness and swelling.[] In the 3 groups of alcoholics, the electrophysiological findings were more abnormal than the clinical symptoms could have predicted.[] […] weakness, (“painful legs and moving toes”) and, in severe cases, the same symptoms in fingertips and hands (giving the so-called “stocking and glove” pattern) [13,14,15].[]

  • Peripheral Vascular Disease

    PAIN IN TOES OR FEET WHILE RESTING If you have pain in your toes or feet while resting, you may have an advancing case of PAD.[] Additional conditions to consider are acute embolism, deep or superficial venous thrombosis, restless legs syndrome, systemic vasculitides, nocturnal leg cramps, muscle or[] When peripheral artery disease becomes more severe, you may experience: Impotence Pain and cramps at night Pain or tingling in the feet or toes (this can be so severe that[]

    Missing: Electromyogram Abnormal
  • Ischemic Peripheral Neuropathy

    Therapy may also include pain relievers, calcium channel blockers, quitting smoking, and avoiding cold temperatures and emotional upset.[] ” for nocturnal cramps.[] In nerve dysfunction, the speed at which impulses are transmitted are slowed. an electromyogram to check activity and responses in the muscles.[]

  • Osteoid Osteoma

    Increasing great toe pain in a patient with soft tissue swelling and nail enlargement. Osteoid osteoma in the distal phalanx of the great toe.[] X-rays investigation was normal (Fig 1 and 2), biology and electromyogram (EMG) were abnormal.[] Osteoid osteoma: painful enlargement of the second toe. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg. 2004; 124 (5): 354-6[ DOI ][ PubMed ] 4. Barca F, Acciaro AL, Recchioni MD.[]

  • Restless Legs Syndrome

    Radiculopathy: Spinal cord injury can cause a variety of unilateral or bilateral symptoms in the lower extremities including painful legs and flexion/extension of the toes[] Two common causes of pain or discomfort in legs are nocturnal leg cramps (NLC) and restless leg syndrome (RLS).[] Leg pain and discomfort are common complaints in any primary physician's clinic.[]

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  • Hyponatremia

    An electromyogram showed nonspecific abnormalities while a muscle biopsy did not show any pathology.[]

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  • Pes Planus

    It presents with leg oedema, pain, nocturnal cramping, venous claudication, skin pigmentation, dermatitis and ulceratiaion (usually on the medial aspect of the lower leg).[] Anterior knee pain was diagnosed when symptoms were attributed to the patellofemoral joint.[] You may also feel pain in your toes or feet and have trouble finding comfortable shoes.[]

    Missing: Electromyogram Abnormal
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis

    An 85-year-old woman with newly diagnosed metastatic non–small-cell lung cancer was admitted for pain control.[] ., and Tina Shah, M.D. 8 Citing Articles An 85-year-old woman with newly diagnosed metastatic non–small-cell lung cancer was admitted for pain control.[] Two days after admission, bluish discoloration of the left great toe was noted. Doppler ultrasonography revealed a left femoropopliteal deep-vein thrombosis.[]

    Missing: Electromyogram Abnormal

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