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89 Possible Causes for Mastoid Pain, Numbness

  • Pharyngitis

    Recent studies have touted the benefits of steroids in the treatment of children with pharyngitis for pain control.[] It is important to not eat or chew gum while your mouth is numb to prevent choking or biting your tongue.[] […] symptoms include epiglottitis, thyroiditis, retropharyngeal abscess, and occasionally heart disease. [2] NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen, can be used to help with the pain. [2] Numbing[]

  • Spinal Trauma

    mastoid and ear.[] Symptoms of spinal fractures can include the following, depending on location and type of fracture: Pain Weakness Numbness Tingling Neurogenic shock – Serious result of injury[] This includes total paralysis or numbness, and loss of movement and feeling. Death is possible, especially if there is paralysis of the breathing muscles.[]

  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

    Other common symptoms involve pain in the neck; the trapezius, mastoid, and anterior chest wall muscles—all from upper plexus compression (C5-C7).[] Symptoms may include numbness, tingling, aching, swelling of the extremity and fingers, and weakness of the neck or arm.[] They also complain of tingling sensation accompanied by numbness in the fingers.[]

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    Typically, patients with bilateral Bell palsy do not have distal paraesthesias70 and are likely to present with other features, including mastoid pain and hyperacusis; these[] History review revealed that he developed profound lower extremity pain, weakness, and numbness after catching a cold 5 years ago.[] This is followed, within several weeks, by mild sensory symptoms such as numbness or tingling of hands and muscle weakness.[]

  • Trigeminal Neuralgia

    […] definitive and first-choice treatment option for patients that are able to undergo general anesthesia and is the procedure that offers the highest likelihood of long-term pain[] Patients who underwent 2-isocenter GKS had a higher rate of postoperative facial numbness, but only 9 cases reported bothersome facial numbness.[] About half of individuals undergoing MVD for TN will experience recurrent pain within 12 to 15 years.[]

  • Mastoiditis

    The following are the most common symptoms for mastoiditis: Pain, redness or swelling behind the ear Ear pain Protruding ear lobe due to swelling of mastoid bone Fever Irritability[] About half were given a prescription for an oral antibiotic, while the other half received a prescription for eardrops containing a pain reliever called Auralgan to numb the[] These are the most common symptoms of mastoiditis: Pain, redness, or swelling behind the ear Ear pain An ear lobe that sticks out because of swelling of the mastoid bone[]

  • Trigeminal Neuropathy

    Underlying conditions that can cause facial pain and that must be ruled out include the following: Cancer (e.g., lymphoma, throat cancer) Certain medications Guillain-Barre[] Such numbness, especially if progressive, necessitates periodic evaluation and vigilance even years after presentation if no diagnosis can be made.[] […] definitive and first-choice treatment option for patients that are able to undergo general anesthesia and is the procedure that offers the highest likelihood of long-term pain[]

  • Neuralgia

    The pain is localized over the occipital and posterior parietal regions, the most painful spot being located between the mastoid process and the upper cervical nerve, where[] The numbness with this procedure usually is permanent. Should the numbness wear off, there is a chance of recurrent tic pain in which case the procedure can be repeated.[] Postoperatively, the patients had different degrees of numbness in the area innervated by the third branch of the trigeminal nerve but did not have any other complications[]

  • Bell's Palsy

    Differential Diagnosis of Facial Weakness Otitis media Mastoiditis Temporal bone abscess Trauma Iatrogenic surgical injury Intracranial lesions including tumors, AVMs, infarcts[] Viral spread through anatomical connections could be an explanation for the association of facial palsy with numbness.[] The entire left side of his face was frozen and numb, and the numb sensation was especially noticed when trying to eat.[]

  • Disorders of the Sacrum

    High-Intensity Zone: A Diagnostic Sign of Painful Lumbar Disc on Magnetic Resonance Imaging. ‏[] This ablation was stopped before reaching “roll-off” because the patient complained of left leg pain and numbness.[] Symptoms of various tailbone disorders include pain in the tailbone area, pain upon sitting, pain or numbness in the arms or legs due to pressure on nerves in the tailbone[]

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