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211 Possible Causes for Lower and Upper Limbs Affected, Quadriceps Muscle Weakness

  • Arthritis of Knee

    Conservative Management Strengthening of the quadriceps muscle of the quadriceps muscle group can be beneficial, especially in patients with maltracking and weakness of these[] It affects multiple joints in the upper and well as the lower limbs. Knees are one of the common joints affected by RA.[] Problems associated with patellectomy include loss of normal knee power and function, quadriceps weakness, and failure to resolve anterior knee pain.[]

  • Motor Neuron Disease

    […] of deep finger flexors and the quadriceps femoris with typical rimmed vacuoles on muscle biopsy Postpolio syndrome (PPS) Monomeric amyotrophy (also known as Hirayama disease[] Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) both upper and lower motor neurones are affected limb muscle weakness and wasting ALS is the most common type, characterised by muscle[] […] antibody titers that usually responds to treatment with intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIg) Myopathies, including inclusion body myositis, which is characterized by wasting and weakness[]

  • Inclusion Body Myositis

    quadriceps and finger flexor muscle weakness years after the onset of the paraspinal muscle weakness.[] Although the most severely affected muscles are those of the limbs, the disease can also involve the respiratory, cardiovascular and gastrointestinal system muscles as well[] Clinically, the disease predominantly affects the quadriceps and the gastrocnemius muscles in the lower limbs, and the finger flexors in the upper limbs.[]

  • Steroid Myopathy

    weakness Pelvic girdle shoulder girdle muscles Arthralgias Inclusion body myositis Men Peak incidence: 50 yr Asymmetrical quadriceps muscle weakness and finger flexor muscle[] Steroid-induced myopathy usually affects proximal muscles and preferentially affects the lower limbs, quadriceps being the most frequently affected muscles. 32 We were unable[] […] with weakness in the finger flexors and quadriceps.[]

  • Poliomyelitis

    The slowly progressive muscle weakness occurs in those muscle groups already involved, such as the quadriceps and calf muscles.[] limbs more often affected than upper limbs Plain radiograph and CT With acute infection, no radiographic features are typically evident.[] ., Post-poliomyelitis muscle weakness: a prospective study of quadriceps strength, Arch. Phys. Med. Rehabil., 72, 729-733, 1991.[]

  • Myositis

    Rare presentations include sparing of the quadriceps muscles with prominent forearm muscle weakness.[] 57.1) Myalgia Any muscle group 81/89 (91.0) Lower limbs 57/81 (70.3) Back 49/81 (60.5) Upper limbs 46/81 (56.8) Neck 34/81 (42.0) Face/jaw 5/81 (6.2) Duration of myalgia 21[] […] to become inflamed; this type of myositis is usually mild and settles without treatment inclusion body myositis (IBM) – which causes muscle weakness in the quadriceps (main[]

  • Distal Myopathy

    Patients with ADSSL1 mutations demonstrated distal muscle weakness in adolescence, followed by quadriceps muscle weakness in the early 30s.[] RESULTS: Affected patients had a slowly progressive condition with symmetric, distal weakness and wasting of the anterior upper and posterior lower limbs, with sparing of[] weakness Pelvic girdle shoulder girdle muscles Arthralgias Inclusion body myositis Men Peak incidence: 50 yr Asymmetrical quadriceps muscle weakness and finger flexor muscle[]

  • Becker Muscular Dystrophy

    Clinical examination reveals muscle pseudohypertrophy affecting the calf muscles and there may be atrophy of more proximal muscles such as the quadriceps.[] RESULTS: Predominant weakness and atrophy of biceps brachii, hip adduction, and quadriceps muscles was noted along with calf and extensor forearm hypertrophy.[] Mild weakness of iliopsoas and quadriceps muscles and muscle atrophy of both the distal forearm and thigh were observed upon clinical examination.[]

  • Inclusion Body Myopathy

    The clinical manifestations begin with muscle weakness progressing over the next 10-20 years uniquely sparing the quadriceps until the most advanced stage of the disease.[] Upper limb weakness and atrophy was most marked in the shoulder girdle muscles; the humeral muscles and deltoids were generally less affected.[] Inclusion Body Myopathy 2 [GNE]: In this adult onset disease decreased production of sialic acid results in progressive proximal and distal muscle weakness.[]

  • Patella Fracture

    Muscle Weakness Some patients may have permanent weakness of the quadriceps muscle in the front of the thigh after a fracture.[] lower limbs (in this group, the cases without related injuries or those with related injuries affecting only upper limbs, trunk or skull are included); 2. related injuries[] Muscle weakness. Permanent weakness of the quadriceps muscle in the front of the thigh is another possible long-term problem.[]

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