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287 Possible Causes for Leg Pain, Lipoma, Localized Numbness

  • Ganglion Cyst

    Other risks of surgery include: Wound infection Nerve injury ; Nearby sensory nerves may be stretched or irritated by scar tissue, leading to localized numbness or burning[] This is an uncommonly encountered but known cystic lesion around the knee that is most often confused with ganglion cyst, synovial lipoma, lipoma arborescens, or pigmented[] In this case report, we reported a 67-year-old male patient was referred to the emergency from another center with the complaint of a left leg pain and weakness in the left[]

  • Osteosarcoma

    The procedure is typically done using a local numbing agent, though your doctor may have you sedated or under general anesthesia.[] Extraosseous osteosarcoma is a rare malignancy, but simple lipomas are common.[] What is the most likely cause of his leg pain?[]

  • Meralgia Paresthetica

    However, the leg pain can be bad enough to cause a burning, shooting, or electric shock type pain in the outer thigh.[] Meralgia paresthetica is a neurologic disorder characterized by localized paresthesia and numbness on the anterolateral aspect of the thigh and involving the lateral femoral[] The authors conclude that lipoma compression can cause MP, and in such cases, total excision of the lipoma may resolve the condition.[]

  • Lipoma

    , and bones are painful , although you may still have lipoma without those symptoms.[] In this procedure, a local anesthetic is typically injected around the tumor to numb the area.[] The mass was excised and confirmed as true lipoma on histology.[]

  • Endoscopy

    The VAS score for leg pain improved from 7.5 1 to 1.7 0.9. The ODI improved from 70 8.3 to 23 5.[] Some endoscopies (e.g. arthroscopy) may require a general anaesthetic, but many types only require a local anaesthetic to numb a specific part of the body.[] […] malformation, one case of intestinal lymphangiectasia, one case of small intestine compression, two cases of small intestine hemorrhage, and two cases of small intestinal lipoma[]

  • Lipedema

    *Pain in legs and sensitivity to touch caused by lymph blockage that leads to hardening of tissues.[] We use tumescent liposuction which involves the infiltration of a solution of local anesthetic containing lidocaine (to numb the fat compartment) and epinephrine (to constrict[] We describe a patient with classic lipedema and multiple lipomas of her arms and trunk.[]

  • Autonomic Dysreflexia

    Broken leg pain messages reached my damaged spinal cord area near C4 and couldn’t go any further. I only knew it was broken because it went off like a firecracker, snap![] Insert a local numbing agent like Nupercainal Ointment into the rectum Check your bladder (IC); check catheter for kinks[] When I was a Freshman in high school, doctors discovered a lipoma tumor compressed against my spine the “length of a hot dog and the width of a baseball.”[]

  • Spinal Stenosis

    A classic symptom is that of neurogenic claudication, involving leg pain and weakness brought on by walking.[] This results in pain, numbness, weakness, bowel or bladder incontinence, or problems with sexual function.[] Claudication Mass lesions of spine Conus Medulla ris Cauda equina neoplasm Benign cystic spinal lesions Neurofibromatosis Ependymoma Hemangioblastoma Dermoid Epidermoid Lipoma[]

  • Bursitis

    The pain occurs when sitting and walking. There will be tenderness over the pubic bone, which may be made worse by bending and extending the leg.[] In instances where the diagnosis is difficult, a local anesthetic (a drug that numbs the area) is injected into the painful spot.[] […] include biceps tendon tear or tendinosis posterior elbow dislocation osteochondritis dissecans of the capitulum radial head fracture other causes of antecubital mass, e.g. lipoma[]

  • Local Anesthesia

    Immediately after the surgery, the low back and leg pain disappeared.[] How Local Anesthesia is Given During the administration of local anesthesia, a numbing medication is either applied to the skin as a cream or spray or injected into the area[] […] local anesthesia Dental work, including fillings, crowns, root canals, and tooth extractions (removal) Biopsies (surgical samples) and excision (surgical removal) of cysts, lipomas[]

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