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397 Possible Causes for Neck Muscle Atrophy

  • Autosomal Dominant Emery-Dreifuss Muscular Dystrophy

    […] weakness and atrophy (initially with a humero-peroneal distribution but later becoming more diffuse); joint contractures of the Achilles, elbow, and neck tendons, beginning[] The clinical findings consist of slowly progressing muscle weakness and atrophy, especially in the humeroperoneal region; muscle contractures, especially in the neck, elbows[] One of these patients had only asymptomatic increased serum creatine kinase activity; the other had weakness and atrophy of the neck and shoulder muscle with contractures[]

  • Osteomyelitis

    In head and neck cancer patients, clavicle stress fractures may occur as a result of atrophy of the trapezius muscle after neck dissection in which the accessory nerve becomes[]

  • Sprengel's Deformity

    […] movement Muscle atrophy (Collins, 2011) (Greitemann et al., 1993) (Harvey et al., 2012; Mooney et al., 2009) (Greitemann, 1993) (Dilli, 2011) Currently no orthotic intervention[] Scapulohumeral rhythm (abduction): Normal GH ROM Arm abduction limited to 100 Scapulocostal upward rotation Fascial bands tether scapula to ribs Omovertebral bone limit neck[]

  • Hodgkin's Disease

    These cases are characterized by a late onset (2-27 years after radiation treatment), fibrosis, and contraction of the anterior cervical muscles, and atrophy of the posterior[] neck and shoulder girdle.[]

  • Brachycephaly

    When we got him his head was so flat and his neck muscles had atrophied. He's 7 now and it has rounded out a bit and he has really thick hair.[]

  • Spinal Cord Lesion

    Physical examination revealed stiffness of the neck, trunk and legs without obvious muscle weakness or atrophy.[]

  • Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy

    Overtime, muscles of the arms and legs begin to shrink (atrophy). Neck muscles become weak, as well. Patients usually become confined to a wheelchair by 30 years of age.[] Functional assessment Musculoskeletal System: Assess muscle bulk for patterns of hypertrophy and atrophy. Look for any asymmetry.[] Initially, patients may experience low back pain as they begin to stand with their lower back arched forward to compensate for weak buttock muscles.[]

  • Antisynthetase Syndrome

    All 51 patients presented with muscle limb weakness; 14 (27%) had severe limb weakness, 17 (33%) had neck muscle weakness, 15 (29%) had dysphagia, and 15 (29%) had muscle[] atrophy.[]

  • Schwartz-Jampel Syndrome

    ; Short stature ; Shoulder flexion contracture ; Skeletal muscle atrophy ; Skeletal muscle hypertrophy ; Talipes equinovarus ; Umbilical hernia ; Weak voice ; Wrist flexion[] Myopia ; Myotonia ; Narrow mouth ; Narrow palpebral fissure ; Osteoporosis ; Overfolded helix ; Pectus carinatum ; Pes planus ; Platyspondyly ; Ptosis ; Pursed lips ; Short neck[] Long eyelashes in irregular rows ; Low-set ears ; Lumbar hyperlordosis ; Malar flattening ; Malignant hyperthermia ; Metaphyseal widening ; Microcornea ; Micrognathia ; Muscle[]

  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    There is no muscle atrophy and muscle biopsies do not reveal pathologic changes. Additional signs and symptoms include low grade fever, fatigue and depression.[] […] groups including the shoulder, pelvic girdle and the neck.[] […] perforating collagenosis ( L87.1 ) Other systemic involvement of connective tissue Clinical Information A syndrome characterized by pain, stiffness, and tenderness of the proximal muscle[]

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