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74 Possible Causes for Genu Recurvatum, Incontinence, Low Back Pain

  • Achondroplasia

    BACKGROUND: Genu recurvatum, a posterior resting position of the knee, is a common lower extremity deformity in patients with achondroplasia and has been thought to be secondary[] Complications associated with achondroplasia include: Neurologic complications due to cervicomedullary compression: quadriparesis, paresthesia, paraparesis, incontinence,[] A 61-year-old man with a history of achondroplastic dwarfism presented with low back pain and radiculopathy and neurogenic claudication.[]

  • Spinal Cord Lesion

    Lumbar lordosis and genu recurvatum may develop as extended pelvis and extended knee becomes necessary during ambulation.[] OBJECTIVES: To evaluate long-term efficacy and complications of AMS 800 (American Medical Systems) artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) in treatment of urodynamic stress incontinence[] Red flags See also separate Neck Pain (Cervicalgia) and Torticollis and Low Back Pain and Sciatica articles.[]

  • Muscle Spasm

    Genu recurvatum —Hyperextension of the knee. Hyperactive reflexes —Reflexes that persist too long and may be too strong.[] If you start experiencing incontinence (or the inability to hold your urine in), see a doctor, as this can be a sign of major underlying conditions.[] […] practices and guidelines for diagnosing and treating acute low-back pain and to offer commentary and examples from their clinical experience.[]

  • Leg Length Inequality

    […] minor LLD longer leg shows e.g. excess foot pronation, internal knee/limb rotation, lack of knee extension; shorter leg shows supination (high arch), early heel lift and genu[] Holistic Health Hormones Horseback Riding Human Learning Hydration Hydrotherapy Hygiene Hyperglycemia Hypertension Hypertrophy Hysterectomy Ice Hockey Impingement Syndrome Incontinence[] The degree of low back pain was significantly reduced after the operation.[]

  • Talipes Cavus

    recurvatum 754.41 Congenital dislocation of knee (with genu recurvatum) 754.42 Congenital bowing of femur 754.43 Congenital bowing of tibia and fibula 754.44 Congenital bowing[] Signage Daily Living Diagnostics Dietary Supplies Dining Aids Education and Training EMS Supplies Evaluation Tools Exam Room Supplies Furniture Glucose Monitoring Housekeeping Incontinence[] Case history of a patient with low back pain and cavus feet. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1980; 70: 299-301 Aktas S, Sussman MD.[]

  • Congenital Spinal Cord Anomaly

    recurvatum and bowing of long bones of leg 754.40 Genu recurvatum 754.41 Congenital dislocation of knee (with genu recurvatum) 754.42 Congenital bowing of femur 754.43 Congenital[] Other signs include, but are not limited to, club feet, scoliosis, incontinence, hairy patches over the spine, dimples or fatty tumors on the lower back.[] Back Pain, Treatment Options for Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fractures, and Disorders Affecting the Spinal Cord and Nerve Roots.[]

  • Cervical Spina Bifida without Hydrocephalus

    May need to extensively release knee structures or do extension osteotomy Genu recurvatum may be due to equinus of the foot Tibia Torsional deformities secondary to muscle[] Urinary and bowel incontinence can also occur. Dementia, involving loss of movement, sensory functions, and cognitive abilities, are signs as well.[] These could cause low back pain.[]

  • Joint Subluxation

    Knee hyperextension (genu recurvatum) in a male patient with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.[] Some symptoms arising from nervous system interference may seem totally unrelated to the spine, for example digestive or respiratory problems, infertility, incontinence, poor[] […] categorized as ‘mechanical low back pain.’[]

  • Tibia Varum

    recurvatum, tibiofemoral angle, and foot pronation decreased with maturation.[] […] conditions that may cause incontinence.[] Spondylolysis is a defect or crack in the back part of the vertebra, which causes back pain.[]

  • Postural Defect

    In prolonged conditions, the result is often the development of distinct knee hyperextension (genu recurvatum) that is most difficult to correct without the use of a check[] […] velvety, thin, stretchy, poor healing, thin papery scars, stretch marks, drooping lids Blue tinge to the whites of the eyes Tall and slim with long arms and fingers Stress incontinence[] ., Educational approaches to management of low back pain. Orthop Nurs, 1989, 8 (1), 43-46 2.[]

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