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624 Possible Causes for Progressive Contractures, Shoulder Pain

  • Osteoarthritis

    Another characteristic symptom of the disease is the progressive incapacity of the joint to function, leading – in the long run – to loss of mobility.[] CASE DESCRIPTION A 38-year-old male military officer presented with left-shoulder pain of 2 months in duration that was unrelieved with a subacromial injection.[] This limitation is mainly related to the blocking of voluntary muscle functioning and the reflex contracture.[]

  • Arthritis

    Flexion contractures may require intensive exercise, casting, or immobilization (eg, splinting) in progressively more stretched-open positions.[] A 9 years old girl presented with history of pain in left shoulder for 4 days associated with fever. No history suggestive of any immunocompromised state was complained.[] When evaluated by rheumatology, he had marked polyarthritis of wrists and hands as well as extremely painful motion of the shoulders, elbows, hips, knees, and ankles despite[]

  • Frozen Shoulder

    Idiopathic frozen shoulder is a common cause of severe and prolonged disability characterised by spontaneous onset of pain with progressive shoulder movement restriction.[] Most conditions make it painful to use or move your shoulder, but some make your shoulder feel stiff.[] The condition is thought to result from progressive fibrosis and eventual contracture of the capsule of the glenohumeral joint, which causes pain and stiffness. [34, 35] Microvascular[]

  • Polyarthritis

    The characteristic rapid progression of palmar contracture is a key finding that suggests the potential existence of a malignancy. [Indexed for MEDLINE] Free full text[] He also complained of shoulders, hips and knees pain with morning stiffness lasting 45 minutes.[] […] to flexion contracture of the hands.[]

  • Humerus Fracture

    […] to development of Volkmann's ischemic contracture. [5] Nerve injury: Neurological injury can result from traction injury or attempted reduction and stabilization. [4] Most[] Magnetic resonance imaging, taken due to persistence of shoulder pain and reduction of shoulder joint mobility in cases monitored because of proximal humerus fracture associated[] […] to development of Volkmann's ischemic contracture . [5] Nerve injury: Neurological injury can result from traction injury or attempted reduction and stabilization. [4] Most[]

  • Shoulder-Hand Syndrome

    Surface neuromuscular electrical stimulation may reduce the progression of contractures in elderly stroke patients, quantified by a change in the passive range of motion [[] You are here Home » Tag: shoulder hand syndrome Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain & Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Evidence Review This review provides a complete discussion of the[] […] into the spinal canal Bisphosphonates, eg: alendronate, which are bone-loss drugs that help to prevent or delay bone loss Physiotherapy (exercising affected limb to prevent contractures[]

  • Bursitis

    728.19 Other Polymyositis ossificans 728.2 Muscular wasting and disuse atrophy, not elsewhere classified Amyotrophia NOS Myofibrosis Excludes: neuralgic amyotrophy (353.5) progressive[] Shoulder blade pain makes reaching overhead difficult.[] Shoulder pain that can extend from the top of the shoulder to the elbow.[]

  • Hemophilia

    This disease can lead to further symptoms such as: • progressive decreased motion • flexion contractures • muscle atrophy [1] The second most common presentation of hemophilia[] Often there is no pain at first, but if it continues, the joint may become hot to the touch, swollen, and painful to move.[] The joint most commonly affected is the knee “followed by the ankle, elbow, hip, shoulder, and wrist [2] .” [1] Acute hemarthrosis symptoms include: • swelling • pain • heat[]

  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

    These deformities are excessive dorsal kyphosis with compensatory cervical lordosis and hip flexion contracture.[] You may also gradually experience hip and shoulder pain.[] Young patients need a great deal of encouragement and support as self-worth understandably diminishes with the progression of postural deformity. [7] (LOE:5) Treatment is[]

  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type II

    Persistent clinical progression resulting in muscle atrophy and contractures, or progression of pain to include other extremities or regions, in spite of appropriate diagnosis[] Subjective (Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand questionnaire; visual analog pain scale) and objective (forearm, wrist, and finger range of motion; grip strength)[] Patients who had CRPS type 1 symptoms for 6 months pass from symptom onset, the patient might enter the late phase of the disease, with a progression in limb atrophy, contractures[]

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