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146 Possible Causes for Finger Pain, Muscle Contracture, Soft Tissue Swelling

  • Hemophilia

    If your child does not receive prompt treatment, extra blood can pool in the joint or soft tissue and cause pain and swelling that takes longer to go away.[] Since synovitis or articular contracture is an underlying condition of hemophilia, muscle shortening may occur.[] Bleeding into the skin (which is bruising) or muscle and soft tissue causing a build-up of blood in the area (called a hematoma).[]

  • Hemophilia A

    Physical exam Remarkable findings on the exam may include bruises, subcutaneous hematomas, deformed joints, and muscle contractures.[] If it does not present earlier, infants older than 6 months of age can present with soft tissue swelling after they become more mobile.[] .  Complications: Chronic involvement with joint deformity complicated by muscle atrophy and soft tissue contractures 10.[]

  • Polyarticular Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

    Plain radiograph Findings on x-ray include soft tissue swelling, osteopenia, loss of joint space, erosions, growth disturbances (epiphyseal overgrowth or "ballooning") and[] They can be used on knees, wrists, and fingers, as well as at night during sleep.[] Due to pain, children usually stop using their joints in a normal way and muscle contractures may appear.[]

  • Tenosynovitis

    We report a case of a 65-year-old woman receiving chronic anticoagulation who presented with acute onset of severe long finger pain and was supratherapeutic on Coumadin.[] Local inflammation and fibrosis may affect the dermis, connective tissue, muscle and bone, giving rise to arthralgias, tenosynovitis, contracture, undergrowth of the limb,[] Plain radiography of the foot and ankle showed only soft tissue swelling.[]

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Computed tomography of the right hand showed soft tissue swelling on multiple small joints, including metacarpophalangeal and proximal interphalangeal joints, but without[] In early RA, the most common sites for pain are the fingers and wrists. You may also experience pain in your knees, feet, ankles, or shoulders.[] However, contractures can be prevented and muscle strength can be restored more successfully after inflammation begins to subside; active exercise (including walking and specific[]

  • Volkmann's Contracture

    tissue swelling or an anterior fat pad sign.[] Symptoms of Volkmann's Contracture Pain in the forearm, wrist or hand/fingers. Pain doesn't improve with rest or pain medication.[] The measurement of passive extension deficits (PED) illustrates the degree of extrinsic muscle contracture. The PED is increased proportionally to nerve damage.[]

  • Trigger Finger

    This is one of the most useful exercises to help relieve your pain.[] For more information about Dupuytren’s Contracture, click on below tabs.[] The report of the formal ultrasound was… There is a lobulated 2cm soft tissue swelling with no significant increased vascularity, overlying the radial aspect of second metacarpal[]

  • Hip Contracture

    It can swell the soft tissue in your hands and fingers. That can affect your joints in different ways. Swan neck deformity.[] Often Dupuytrens contracture is not painful.[] Liu YJ, Wang Y, Xue J et al (2009) Arthroscopic gluteal muscle contracture release with radiofrequency energy.[]

  • Joint Contracture

    It can swell the soft tissue in your hands and fingers. That can affect your joints in different ways. Swan neck deformity.[] It is characterized by tingling, numbness, and pain in the fingers, which sometimes affects the entire hand.[] Contractures (Contracture Deformity) Definition: Contractures refer to the permanent tightening of non-bony tissues, such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, or skin.[]

  • Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva

    This case subject is a 1-year-old girl presenting with recurrent diffuse soft-tissue swelling of the scalp and periorbital region.[] […] malformations * Malformed fingers * Malformed toes * Limited joint movement Causes - Myositis ossificans progressiva Not supplied.[] There was kyphotic deformity in dorsal spine and muscle contractures involving the sternocleidomastoids, latissimus dorsi, pectoralis major, (Figure 2) and the cervical muscles[]