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288 Possible Causes for Forearm Pain, Soft Tissue Swelling

  • Hemophilia A

    This procedure usually results in good pain relief and may improve forearm rotation. But the amount you can flex or extend your elbow will usually not change much.[] If it does not present earlier, infants older than 6 months of age can present with soft tissue swelling after they become more mobile.[] […] in soft tissue and muscle inflammation Best Strains: hybrid Blackberry Kush (I/S), Strawberry Cough (S/I), Lavender (I/S), Silver Afghani (I/S), UBC Chemo x Grapefruit, Blueberry[]

  • Hemophilia

    This procedure usually results in good pain relief and may improve forearm rotation. But the amount you can flex or extend your elbow will usually not change much.[] 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.[] Bleeding into the skin (which is bruising) or muscle and soft tissue causing a build-up of blood in the area (called a hematoma).[]

  • Serum Sickness

    pain, swelling in the extremities, and a diffuse erythematous rash with welts on his back.[] We describe a 30-year-old man who presented with fever, rash, polyarthralgia and subcutaneous soft tissue swelling in his hands and feet at day 5 after influenza vaccination[] A 61-year-old man arrived at the emergency department from a short-term rehabilitation facility 12 days after a right TKA with complaints of fever, chills, bilateral forearm[]

  • Stress Fracture

    She presented with a long history of elbow and forearm pain, which was exacerbated during a long weekend of pitching.[] tissue swelling soft tissue bruise: has oedema at injury site, but little marrow abnormality[] Physical examination is usually diagnostic, with radiographs demonstrating soft tissue edema overlying the anterior tibial tuberosity, and some degree of fragmentation and[]

  • Neurilemmoma

    Case 2 An 11-year-old boy experienced the sudden onset of left forearm pain for 1 month after lifting heavy wood.[] The tumor presented as a slowly growing soft tissue swelling.[] A physical examination revealed normal soft tissue of the oral cavity, and no facial swelling, percussion pain, or mobility of the molar teeth in the right mandible was noted[]

  • Diphtheritic Neuropathy

    There is forearm pain (ulnar border), T1 sensory loss and thenar muscle wasting, principally abductor pollicis brevis. Horner's syndrome may develop.[] A “bull neck” may arise due to cervical lymphadenopathy and soft tissue swelling. Occasionally the initial site is cutaneous, vaginal or, in neonates, umbilical.[]

  • Radial Tunnel Syndrome

    Roles and Maudsley, analogizing to carpal tunnel syndrome, believed "radial tunnel syndrome" had a different presentation: proximal forearm pain and tenderness in the region[] The following techniques may be employed: Plain radiography is often carried out to rule out acute injuries of the skeleton, to visualize possible joint effusions, soft tissue[] Continued Conservative treatments for radial tunnel syndrome include medications such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce soft tissue swelling, corticosteroid[]

  • Bone Lymphoma

    The patient was a 14-year-old girl with left forearm pain and swelling after trauma.[] The clinical presentation varies from pain, surrounding soft-tissue swelling to palpable mass with or without systemic symptoms.[] In this case report, we describe a male who presented with left-sided distal forearm pain, swelling of 2 months duration, and progressive limited wrist motion for about 1[]

  • Epicondylitis

    The pain of medial epicondylitis starts at the connection point of the tendon to the bone and radiates down the inside of the forearm.[] tissue swelling and inflammation.[] tissue swelling and warmth if inflammation present provocative tests pain with resisted forearm pronation and wrist flexion examine for associated conditions valgus instability[]

  • Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

    A 2-year-old girl presented with persistent pain of the left forearm and was diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA) by a pediatrician.[] Plain radiograph Findings on x-ray include soft tissue swelling, osteopenia , loss of joint space, erosions, growth disturbances (epiphyseal overgrowth or "ballooning") and[] She is found to have a right knee effusion and associated soft-tissue swelling with no redness or warmth.[]

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