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85 Possible Causes for Limping Gait, Low Back Pain

  • Leg Length Inequality

    (limp) and/or lumbar scoliosis & lower back pain Possible spinal anatomical changes for long-standing conditions Vertebral body wedging, increased spurring Increased disc[] The degree of low back pain was significantly reduced after the operation.[] Gait (pattern of walking) abnormality, such as a limp Knee, hip or back pain Apparent scoliosis (curvature of the spine) Limb Length Inequality Diagnosis A detailed medical[]

  • Psoas Abscess

    Two years later, she presented with fever, limping gait, and right flank pain.[] Abstract We report on a patient who developed persistent low back pain, pyrexia and neurological deficit soon after she underwent a laparotomy under combined general and epidural[] back pain, anorexia and weight loss, rapidly evolving into shock.[]

  • Hip Disease

    Pain, limping, or limitation of movement are rarely observed and are usually transient. 4 As healing is complete, Meyer dysplasia needs no treatment.[] Spinal stenosis should be suspected in patients in whom low back pain is relieved by sitting or leaning forward and exaggerated by extension.[] These include: Spinal stenosis (arthritis of the lower back) This condition most commonly causes pain in the buttock, low back, and back of the upper thigh ( See Fig. 7).[]

  • Reiter's Syndrome

    back pain, stomatitis, and psoriasiform skin lesions.[] back pain.[] Pain, inflammation and swelling affect the joints in the low back, pelvis, fingers, feet and toes. Psoriatic arthritis.[]

  • Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis

    In fact, most patients with SCFE are teenagers with knee or hip pain who subsequently exhibit an intermittent limping gait.[] As the epiphysis continues to slip, there may be decreased range of motion and a limping gait.[] In acute on chronic phase, patient presents with pain, limp, and altered gait occurring for several months, suddenly becoming very painful.[]

  • Congenital Hip Dysplasia

    The condition tends to worsen as the child grows and if not treated, may result in the child learning to walk with a limp or unusual waddling gait.[] Ambulatory children: Often present after a leg-length discrepancy, limp, or waddling gait is noticed.[] A congenital hip dislocation results in limping or waddling gait immediately after the child begins to walk.[]

  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease

    Clinical features include a limping gait and hip pain frequently radiating into the thigh, knees, groin, or buttocks. Pain is worse with activities.[] Physical examination usually reveals a limping gait. The mobility of the hip is limited mainly in internal rotation and abduction.[] Common Symptoms: painless limp mild or intermittent pain in anterior thigh painful limp antalgic gait mild restriction of motion (on abduction and internal rotation) thigh[]

  • Pyogenic Arthritis of the Sacroiliac Joint

    Springer Inflammatory low back pain: high negative predictive value of contrast-enhanced color Doppler ultrasound in the detection of inflamed sacroiliac joints Nota: Sección[] Sciatica may be felt as a sharp or burning pain that radiates from the hip. It may also be accompanied by low back pain. • Scoliosis.[] The clinical symptoms are local sacroiliac pain, low back pain with or without sciatic pain, associated with inability to bear weight in most cases.[]

  • Malum Coxae Senilis

    His clinical activity is mainly focussed on osteoarthritis and low back pain from care to randomised controlled trials. Frank W.[] (SI) joint, low back, adductor muscles of the inner thigh or sometimes towards the knee.[] History: Most people complain of pain, which may be specifically felt around the hip, but more usually, the pain is nonspecific, and may be felt in the groin, buttock, sacro-iliac[]

  • Sacral Fracture

    The pain was dull in nature, was more severe on the right side, and was progressively increasing in intensity resulting in a limping gait.[] Abstract Many woman have low back pain and sacral pain during pregnancy and in the postpartum period.[] We present the case of a young, postpartum, recreational runner who developed low back pain (LBP) and radicular symptoms suggestive of L5 radiculopathy found to be secondary[]

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