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265 Possible Causes for Knee Pain, Tethered Cord

  • Lipoma

    Each of these findings was also present in the opposite knee (not shown). 7a 7b Figure 7: Lipoma arborescens. 61 year-old male with worsening chronic diffuse knee pain. (7a[] Filum terminale lipoma (FTL) causes various spinal symptoms known as tethered cord syndrome.[] These symptoms can be caused either by pressure of the lipoma on the spinal cord or by excess tension on the spinal cord, a so-called tethered spinal cord .[]

  • Spina Bifida

    All patients reported an improvement in knee pain and stability at mean follow-up 47 months (43-53).[] The management of concomitant scoliosis and tethered cord syndrome in the non-spina bifida pediatric population is challenging.[] Depending on the location of the lesion, intense pain may occur originating in the lower back, and continuing down the leg to the back of the knee.[]

  • Congenital Vertical Talus

    Here are my lecture notes on congenital vertical talus: Hi Craig I have a 14 year old female patient who has bilateral anterior knee pain.[] The commonly associated anomalies were scoliosis (93%), tethered cord (14%), hip dislocation (43%), cardiac (29%), respiratory (43%), and gastrointestinal anomalies (29%).[] cord; - diff dx: - oblique talus : - milder form of CVT and may respond to non operative treatment; - diagnosis is confirmed on forced plantar flexion lateral in which the[]

  • Exostosis

    A 22-year-old, female, Caucasian patient with obesity presented with intermittent knee pain and hematoma of the right calf.[] Of these, four had a tethered cord/fibrolipoma. No spinal osteochondromas were found in these patients.[] In the course of treatment, plain x-rays and MRI imaging of the knee were obtained due to persistent pain.[]

  • Femoral Agenesis - Femoral Hypoplasia

    3313 Knee contractures 361 3314 Differential diagnosis of knee pain 364 3315 Indications for imaging procedures for the knee 365 34 Foot and ankle 366 342 Radiographic techniques[] cord and lipoma/lipomeningocele, occur in patients with LSCA.[] In 2006, Monllau et al 7 reported the first case of bilateral medial meniscal hypoplasia in a woman with long-term knee pain.[]

  • Scoliosis

    Scoliosis can result in: headaches shortness of breath back pain digestive problems menstrual-cycle disturbances fertility issues leg, hip and knee pain chronic fatigue future[] cord infection resulting in bony abnormalities (e.g. pyogenic osteomyelitis , tuberculous spondylitis ) tumours of bone: osteoid osteoma , osteoblastoma , metastases of soft[] […] and leg pains.[]

  • Hemangioma

    Okahashi K, Sugimoto K, Iwai M, Tanaka M, Fujisawa Y, Takakura Y: Intra-articular synovial hemangioma: a rare cause of knee pain and swelling.[] "Tethered cord syndrome" indicates a condition caused by abnormally stretched spinal cord. Over time this condition can lead to neurological damage.[] The most common associated problem is a tethered spinal cord, which means the spinal cord is abnormally stretched and anchored to the spinal canal and thus can’t move normally[]

  • Neurenteric Cyst

    Though rare, the diagnosis of mucoid degeneration of cruciate ligament of knee has to be kept in mind in a patient presenting with knee pain, especially in terminal flexion[] […] to be a result of lack of blood flow from progressive traction.[ 29 ] Adult onset tethered cord syndrome is thought to differ from pediatric tethered cord syndrome in that[] Spinal neurenteric cysts are rare congenital lesions of endodermal origin that lead to spinal cord compression or tethering.[]

  • Congenital Spinal Cord Anomaly

    Abstract Favorites PDF Get Content & Permissions Lower Extremity Knee Pain and Activity Outcomes After Femoral Derotation Osteotomy for Excessive Femoral Anteversion Stambough[] • Neuroenteric cyst • Neuroenteric cyst and associated malformation • Postoperative tethered cord syndrome • Spinal cord dysplasia • Spinal cord hypoplasia • Spinal dysgenesis[] […] cause of tethered cord syndrome.[]

  • Rhizomelic Chondrodysplasia Punctata

    Abstract Favorites PDF Get Content & Permissions Lower Extremity Knee Pain and Activity Outcomes After Femoral Derotation Osteotomy for Excessive Femoral Anteversion Stambough[] […] and brainstem, and tethering of the spinal cord.[] This report describes a newborn with a severe phenotype whose neuroimaging showed pachygyria-polymicrogyria, severe spinal stenosis causing compression of the cervical cord[]

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