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2,790 Possible Causes for Limited Hip Abduction, Low Back Pain, Mid Back Pain

  • Osteoporosis

    A FABER (ie, flexion in abduction and external rotation) hip joint test may reveal limited ROM with end-range pain.[] back pain.[] The compression fractures in the spine, caused by weakened vertebrae can lead to pain in your mid-back area.[]

  • Spinal Epidural Abscess

    Neurological examination notable for disorientation, intact cranial nerve function, pain-limited weakness in bilateral upper extremities particularly shoulder abduction, and[] Abstract Because spinal epidural abscess is usually ignored in the preliminary differential diagnosis of low back pain, appropriate treatment may be delayed.[] Her mid lumbar back pain worsened this morning when she was walking in her kitchen.[]

  • Vertebral Compression Fracture

    Compression fractures at the L5 level are rare; however, this problem should be considered in postmenopausal women who suffer from low back pain and in young men with a history[] pain that is: Most commonly felt in mid to lower part of the spine, but may also be felt on the sides or in the front.[] Evaluation of clinical data was based on x-ray, Japanese Orthopaedic Association (JOA) score for low back pain (full score is 29 points), and Visual Analog Scale (VAS).[]

    Missing: Limited Hip Abduction
  • Malum Coxae Senilis

    Often there is also discomfort and limited abduction in Flexion, Abduction and External Rotation (the FABER test).[] His clinical activity is mainly focussed on osteoarthritis and low back pain from care to randomised controlled trials. Frank W.[] The association between mild inequality and low-back pain is questionable. Spine. 1991;16:429-431. Vitale MA, Choe JC, Sesko AM.[]

    Missing: Mid Back Pain
  • Transverse Process Fracture

    However, he was complaining of low back pain, non-radiating and minimal relief with analgesics. An MRI of the dorso-lumbar spine was performed and it was normal.[] I too, have severe mid-lower back pain where they broke off.[] Sciatica pain usually, but not always starts with acute low back pain which radiates into the buttocks, back of the thigh and legs.[]

    Missing: Limited Hip Abduction
  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

    […] account a physician's ability to diagnose the root cause of low back pain.[] The disease can make the mid back round forward, a deformity called kyphosis.[] back pain with a sample with no recalled history of ever having had low back pain.[]

    Missing: Limited Hip Abduction
  • Spinal Trauma

    This type of collision or a fall while in the shower can cause low back pain, but the types of injuries seen are very different from a high speed collision in which the passenger[] Recently the National Institutes on Health (NIH) Pain Consortium charged a Research Task Force to draft standards for research on chronic low back pain ( Deyo 2014 ).[] The patient is instructed to breathe normally, flex forward at the waist (when low-back pain is absent), and then bring the arms back and up in an arc from the anterior to[]

    Missing: Limited Hip Abduction
  • Meningitis

    back pain.[] Herein, we report a 62-year-old man with a 4-wk history of progressive low back pain with radiation to bilateral lower legs, dysphagia and body weight loss.[] […] meningitis was linked to a contamination in a specific steroid product, methylprednisolone, manufactured in a single pharmacy and injected in the spine of people suffering from low[]

    Missing: Limited Hip Abduction
  • Subacute Transverse Myelitis

    […] primary presenting symptom's ½ patients experience this- it is localized in the low back, constant -sharp shoot -radiating pain Describe how the classic sign of Bowel and[] Around that time, she began to have severe pain in the back involving the mid-thoracic region and interscapular area as well as the left scapular region.[] back or leg pain, and 90% with bladder dysfunction; 31% of the patients have mostly medullary involvement, with a clinical picture of transverse myelitis; 14% have isolated[]

    Missing: Limited Hip Abduction
  • Vertebral Osteomyelitis

    We discuss the case of a 67-year-old immunocompetent woman who presented with low back pain of 3 weeks duration associated with subjective fever and chills.[] Osteomyelitis can affect any region of the spinal column—cervical (neck), thoracic (mid back), lumbar (low back) and/or sacral (sacrum).[] We report the first case of vertebral osteomyelitis caused by H. cinaedi in an elderly man with low back pain and fever.[]

    Missing: Limited Hip Abduction

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