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133 Possible Causes for Limited Extension of Elbow Joints

  • Smith-McCort Dysplasia

    Hyperextensibility and instability of most joints with limited extension and supination of the elbows were reported.[] Sub-type VII The clinical manifestations in this type include normal mentality, short stature with height below normal, joint pain and enlargement, with limited extension[] Joint laxity was especially striking in the hands, with foreshortened fingernails and spatulate terminal phalanges.[]

  • Leber Congenital Amaurosis

    extension of elbow and/ or finger joints and talipes equinovalgus.[] […] vermis hypoplasia; dilatation of the fourth ventricle; severe mental retardation; tremor; brisk deep tendon reflexes and abnormal behavior; and skeletal abnormalities such as limited[]

  • Congenital Fiber-Type Disproportion Myopathy

    extension of her elbow joints, compatible with the rigid spine syndrome.[] Federal Republic of Germany خلاصه مقاله: A 15-year-old girl had a lifelong history of moderate proximal muscle weakness, progressively impaired mobility of her spine and limited[]

  • Diastrophic Dysplasia

    limitation in elbow and knee joints, club feet, ulnar diviation of hands, shortened phalanges, and, in particular, abduction of thumbs ('hitchhiker thumbs') and big toes.[] Affected individuals may also have abnormally loose and/or stiff joints; experience limited extension of joints at the elbows and/or knees; and/or develop permanent flexion[] […] long bones of the extremities associated with other skeletal deformities which, taken as a whole, are typical of this syndrome: micrognathia, cervical kyphosis, persistent extension[]

  • Acromesomelic Dysplasia

    […] laxity ; Limited elbow extension ; Long hallux ; Lower thoracic kyphosis ; Lumbar hyperlordosis ; Ovoid vertebral bodies ; Prominent forehead ; Radial bowing ; Redundant[] AMDM patients suffer from limited elbow extension and joint laxity. [1] Prone positioning requires carefully coordinated movements and padding of the pressure points.[] ; Broad phalanx ; Cone-shaped epiphyses of the phalanges of the hand ; Disproportionate short stature ; Flared metaphysis ; Frontal bossing ; Hypoplasia of the radius ; Joint[]

  • Hypochondroplasia

    […] of elbow extension, and mild joint laxity.[] […] stature The average being 4 feet 8 inches Stocky Build Shortening of extremity segments Limited elbow extension Mild Joint Laxity Large head with normal facies[] […] of elbow extension with increased mobility in other joints increased lumbar lordosis (exaggerated curvature at the lower end of the spine) joint pain due to abnormal alignment[]

  • Antecubital Pterygium

    , and limited elbow extension with unimpeded elbow flexion.[] The consistent features include a fleshy web extending across the anterior aspect of the cubital fossa, absence of the long head of the triceps, limitation of full elbow extension[] […] antecubital Categories: Antecubital pterygium is characterized by and antecubital webbing, posterior subluxation (dislocation) of radial head, maldevelopment of radioulnar joint[]

  • X-Linked Intellectual Disability Type Turner

    Limited elbow extension MedGen UID: 401158 • Concept ID: C1867103 • Finding Limited ability to straighten the arm at the elbow joint.[]

  • Hemophilic Arthropathy

    Restriction of forearm rotation and elbow extension was the most common finding in the joints with recurrent hemarthrosis.[] Limitation of rotation resulted mainly from hypertrophy of the radial head. Advancement of bone age was also commonly observed in the joints with hemarthrosis.[] We investigated the characteristics of hemophilic arthropathy of the elbow joint in 32 patients 5-12 years of age who had been followed-up from infancy.[]

  • Tennis Elbow

    […] to regions around the elbow joint, (3) complaining of pain during resistive extension of the middle finger or the wrist, (4) with average pain of NRS 4 or higher during the[] […] will be as follows: (1) age between 19 and 65 years with pain due to one-sided lateral epicondylitis that persisted for at least four weeks, (2) with tenderness on pressure limited[]

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