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59 Possible Causes for Knee Flexion and/or Extension Limited

  • Meningitis

    In a person with a positive Kernig's sign, pain limits passive extension of the knee.[en.wikipedia.org] A positive Brudzinski's sign occurs when flexion of the neck causes involuntary flexion of the knee and hip.[en.wikipedia.org] Kernig's sign is assessed with the person lying supine, with the hip and knee flexed to 90 degrees.[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Omodysplasia Type 1

    Overview very rare syndrome characterized mainly by extremely short stature due to short bones in the arms and legs. Symptoms - Omodysplasia type 1 * Severe dwarfism * Short legs * Short arms * Limited elbow extension * Limited knee extension Causes - Omodysplasia type 1 * Broken elbow * Dislocated elbow *[…][checkorphan.org]

  • Familial Paget's Disease of Bone

    […] to at least neutral Knee flexion should be to 110 , with knee extension to at least neutral Ankle dorsiflexion should be to neutral Arthritic joint involvement with limited[emedicine.com] Spinal flexion exercises should be avoided to decrease the risk of anterior wedge compression fractures.[emedicine.com] […] of supination and pronation, with wrist flexion of 45 and extension of 30 Finger flexion should be within 1 inch of the palm Hip flexion should be at least 90 , with hip extension[emedicine.com]

  • Fibular Aplasia-Tibial Campomelia-Oligosyndactyly Syndrome

    There is limited abduction at the hip joint, full flexion and extension at the knee, limited dorsiflexion and plantar flexion at the ankle joint.[ajol.info]

  • Locked Knee

    Pseudo locking can limit both flexion and extension, bending and straightening the knee, whereas true locking is usually a block to extension only.[knee-pain-explained.com] flexion and extension. 2) Inflammation: inflammation of the structures in and around the knee can also limit movement.[knee-pain-explained.com] The most common causes of pseudo locking at the knee include: 1) Swelling: Excess fluid in the joint capsule can limit the movement due to increased tension, preventing full[knee-pain-explained.com]

  • Ligament Tear

    Management RICE-M NSAID s Local Cold Therapy Local Ultrasound or Phonophoresis Hinged Knee Brace Allows full flexion Limits terminal knee extension to 20 degrees Relative[fpnotebook.com] […] and full flexion (unless limited by meniscal repair) at least twice daily.[bodybuilding.com] Emphasize full extension, including hyperextension, equal to the other knee.[bodybuilding.com]

  • Pelvic Dysplasia-Arthrogryposis of Lower Limbs Syndrome

    […] of the arms, flexion of the knees, and extension of one ankle.[pedsinreview.aappublications.org] However, maternal morbid obesity limited the ability to achieve full-quality images.[pedsinreview.aappublications.org] […] mother received appropriate prenatal care during pregnancy, during which multiple fetal sonograms revealed a prominent renal pelvis, poor fetal motion and tone, persistent extension[pedsinreview.aappublications.org]

  • Injury of Collateral Ligament of the Knee

    Management RICE-M NSAID s Local Cold Therapy Local Ultrasound or Phonophoresis Hinged Knee Brace Allows full flexion Limits terminal knee extension to 20 degrees Relative[fpnotebook.com] The patient’s injured knee is placed in a functional rehabilitative brace with limits set 0 extension and 90 flexion to control ligament stress yet still allow motion.[physio-pedia.com]

  • Spinal Stenosis

    flexion ROM, and knee extension ROM asymmetry.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] CONCLUSIONS: Community-dwelling older adults with self-reported mobility limitations and symptomatic lumbar spinal stenosis exhibit poorer health characteristics, greater[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] associated with performance-based mobility among participants with symptomatic lumbar spinal stenosis: trunk extensor muscle endurance, leg strength, leg strength asymmetry, knee[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Melorheostosis

    At 3 years, limitation of flexion and extension of the right knee was evident. Radiographs revealed findings typical of melorheostosis.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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