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64 Possible Causes for Hand Contracture, Severe Toe Contractures

  • Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome

    The severity of contractures can vary substantially between upper and lower limbs, and the left and right sides of the body.[ojrd.biomedcentral.com] We describe two proof-of-concept trials of delayed non-operative therapy of multiple hand and wrist contractures in a woman with a severe expression of Freeman-Sheldon syndrome[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Freeman Sheldon syndrome is a disorder present from birth ( congenital ) characterized by joint deformities ( contractures ) that restrict movement in the hands and feet and[rarediseases.info.nih.gov]

  • Fibroma

    Toe stiffness In sever cases, these condition may lead to thickening of plantar fascia. Thickening of fascia may cause contractures and makes walking more difficult.[paincare.org] I also have Dupuytrens on both hands; only the contracture between base of my index finger and thumb on my right hand necessitated surgery - three years, and no proliferation[earthclinic.com]

  • Ledderhose Disease

    Toe stiffness In sever cases, these condition may lead to thickening of plantar fascia. Thickening of fascia may cause contractures and makes walking more difficult.[paincare.org] He reported having a fasciectomy of the right hand for Dupuytren's contracture, which recurred postoperatively.[nejm.org] Both hands can be affected by Dupuytren's contracture, but one hand is usually more severe than the other. The hand deformity makes it harder to grasp large objects.[webmd.com]

  • Foot Deformity

    The deformity usually involves one or two toes, with the second toe most commonly affected. Mallet toes have several etiologies.[ahni.com] Contractures and bone deformities Many people with CMT eventually develop contractures (stiffened joints) that result in deformities of the feet and hands.[mda.org] A familial syndrome of short stature, deformities of the hands and feet, and an unusual facies. J. Med. Genet. 7: 379-382, 1970.[omim.org]

  • Arthrogryposis Syndrome

    contracture of the wrist.  Hand  Flexion contractures of interphalangeal joints(most common).  Metacarpophalangeal joints relative extension contractures.  Thumb is usually[slideshare.net] The severity of contractures can vary substantially between upper and lower limbs, and the left and right sides of the body.[ojrd.biomedcentral.com] For example, a mother may have contractures in all of her joints, but her child may only be affected with contractures in the hands.[encyclopedia.com]

  • Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

    Contractures may cause elbows to become locked in a flexed position. The entire spine may become rigid as the disease progresses.[web.archive.org] There are contractures of the various tendons of the body visible in later years.[symptoma.com] […] and deformity Daily preventive home stretching 4–6 times per week; regular stretching at ankles, knees, and hips; stretching of wrists, hands, and neck later if indicated[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Sclerodactyly

    The fingers can become difficult to bend and can form contractures due to the severe tightening of the skin. Updated by: Gordon A.[medlineplus.gov] The main manifestations are total congenital alopecia, bilateral congenital cataracts, and skin changes of the hands and feet including sclerodactyly, hyperkeratosis, contractures[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] and feet, including sclerodactyly, hyperkeratosis of the palms and soles resulting in contractures of the digits and pseudoainhum formation.[omim.org]

  • Nakajo Syndrome

    Definition An autosomal recessive autoinflammatory disorder characterized by early childhood onset of recurrent fever, joint stiffness and severe contractures of the hands[uniprot.org] […] methods Diagnosis is based on the presence of at least 5 out of 8 proposed criteria for NNS: an autosomal recessive inheritance pattern, pernio-like purplish lesions (on hands[orpha.net] Later in childhood, affected individuals develop joint pain and joint deformities called contractures that limit movement, particularly in the hands, wrists, and elbows.[ghr.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa

    […] of the toes, and severely dystrophic nails on the right hand.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Contractures of fingers, toes, hands (adduction contractures of thumb), and feet begin to develop as early as within the first year of life in RDEB-gen sev and RDEB-I (infrequently[plasticsurgerykey.com] This can produce pseudosyndactyly (mitten-hand deformity) of the hands and feet. Flexion contractures of the extremities are increasingly common with age.[raregeneticdisorder.blogspot.com]

  • Epidermolysis Bullosa Simplex

    Severe generalized RDEB (formerly Hallopeau-Siemens RDEB) tends to be the most severe form.[rarediseases.org] Hand contractures were released and covered with full thickness autografts or split thickness autografts.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Deformities and contractures of the hands and feet can develop from the repeated scarring.[aocd.org]

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