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638 Possible Causes for Feet and Hand Pain, Knee Pain, Musculoskeletal Pain

  • Hemophilia

    You also may bleed into your knees, ankles, and elbows. Bleeding in the joints causes pain and, if not treated, can lead to arthritis.[] Signs of hemorrhage include the following: General: Weakness, orthostasis, tachycardia, tachypnea Musculoskeletal (joints): Tingling, cracking, warmth, pain, stiffness, and[] They also may bleed into their knees, ankles and elbows. Bleeding in the joints causes pain and, if not treated, can lead to arthritis.[]

  • Hemophilia A

    Often there is no pain at first, but if it continues, the joint may become hot to the touch, swollen, and painful to move.[] (joints) - Tingling, cracking, warmth, pain, stiffness, refusal to use the joint (young children) Central nervous system (CNS) - Headache, stiff neck, vomiting, lethargy,[] Sometimes this type of bleeding occurs in a joint, like the knee or elbow, which can be quite painful.[]

  • Hemophilia B

    Following treatment, improvements were noted in the range of movement of knees and ankles, the perception of pain in both knees, and ankle functionality.[] N Engl J Med 344:1735–1742 PubMed Google Scholar Santavirta N et al (2001) Musculoskeletal pain and functional ability in haemophilia A and B.[] Signs of hemorrhage include the following: General - Weakness and orthostasis Musculoskeletal (joints) - Tingling, cracking, warmth, pain, stiffness, and refusal to use joint[]

  • Musculoskeletal Lower Back Pain

    pain, and a 1.87 OR for knee pain specifically ( P less than .05), compared with normal-weight adolescents.[] […] certain areas Sensory Changes – Can you feel certain sensations in specific areas of the feet or hands?[] Musculoskeletal pain is pain that affects the muscles, ligaments and tendons, and bones. What Causes Musculoskeletal Pain? The causes of musculoskeletal pain are varied.[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    OA can occur in the hip, knees, hands, feet and spine – the first three being the most frequent.[] […] chronic knee pain due to osteoarthritis.[] pain" ( Hohmeister 1983 ), and "musculoskeletal pain of at least 3 months duration" ( McCleane 2000 ).[]

  • Arthritis

    The secondary outcomes were knee pain score (range, 1-6), performance measures of physical function, x-ray score, aerobic capacity, and knee muscle strength. Results.[] Symptoms of RA may include one or more of the following: Painful and swollen joints, especially in your hands, feet, and knees. Difficulty moving joints.[] Arthritis Arthritis is also referred as Joint pain. Joint pain influences the musculoskeletal framework, particularly the joints.[]

  • Bursitis

    Pain- ful affection of the feet are an anatomic problem and must be soIved, knife in hand, in the laboratory and in the clinic. CONCLUSIONS I.[] It is a rare but important cause of medial knee pain. A 65-year-old woman with knee osteoarthritis (OA) presented with severe pain and swelling in her left knee.[] CONCLUSION: A high index of suspicion is required when assessing new or worsening musculoskeletal pain in patients receiving infliximab and involvement of a rheumatologist[]

  • Juvenile-Onset Still Disease

    Symptoms included fever of 38.6 C, a rash affecting the upper body and limbs, joint pain and edema in the knees, wrists and ankles with a duration of one month.[] […] and feet), of children and adolescents.[] Author David D Sherry, MD Chief, Rheumatology Section, Director, Amplified Musculoskeletal Pain Program, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Professor of Pediatrics,[]

  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    Other symptoms can happen, such as: Swelling of the hands, wrists, feet, and ankles Numbness, tingling, or pain in the hand, wrist, or forearm Feeling of weakness General[] While the knees to chest pose releases toxins, it also helps relieve back pain and discomfort.[] The two main symptoms of PMR are musculoskeletal pain and stiffness, coupled with evidence of systemic inflammation, all of which reverse almost immediately with corticosteroid[]

  • Hypermobility Syndrome

    feet) in patients with connective tissue disorders, characterized by generalized digital cyanosis, localized painful vasculitic lesions of dorsal forefoot (30% of cases)[] Hypermobility Syndrome Knee Pain Knee pain is a common problem that can originate in any of the bony structures compromising the knee joint (femur, tibia, fibula), the kneecap[] Keywords Hyperlaxity Musculoskeletal pain Ehlers-Danlos Marfan Loeys-Dietz Stickler Introduction Chronic or recurrent musculoskeletal pain is a common complaint in children[]

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