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1,279 Possible Causes for Unable to Walk

  • Hip Fracture

    They are often unable to walk, and they may exhibit shortening and external rotation of the affected limb. Frequently, they have hip pain.[] You may be unable to walk. Your skin around the injury may also swell, get red or bruise . Some people with hip fractures can still walk.[] You may be unable to walk. Your skin around the injury may also swell, get red or bruise. Some people with hip fractures can still walk.[]

  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    Days went by and along with the already felt symptoms my legs became sore in the muscles, I had pains in my knees, and was finding it difficult to walk in the end.[] One morning, I was unable to move any part of my body without extreme pain and discomfort, and my wife called the paramedics, who had to administer 20 mg morphine before I[]

  • Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

    , or brace for distances of 100 meters or more. 7.0 : Unable to walk 5 meters even with an aid.[] However, a person's disability is severe enough to limit full daily activities, such as working full time. 6.0 : Needs occasional or everyday help, walking with a cane, crutch[]

  • Radiculomyelopathy

    STUDY DESIGN: A comparative study was performed in patients with cervical radiculomyelopathy due to soft disc herniation to compare surgical results of laminoplasty with anterior discectomy and arthrodesis. OBJECTIVES: To determine whether posterior decompression without discectomy can be selected for cervical[…][]

  • Hysterical Neurosis

    […] to walk.[] […] mysterious illness moved through a Catholic boarding school causing some six-hundred girls to experience leg weakness, some of which was so severe that many were actually unable[]

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    However, about 25% of patients need artificial ventilation and 20% are still unable to walk unaided after 6 months.[] Despite medical treatment, GBS often remains a severe disease; 3-10% of patients die and 20% are still unable to walk after 6 months.[] However, this treatment is insufficient for many patients as 1 - 5% die, 25% need artificial respiration, 20% are still unable to walk unaided after 6 months and 85% have[]

  • Myelitis

    Now she is fighting for her ability to walk again! No child deserves to go through this, especially not my Jessica.[] I am a single dad and unable to work since I am with her at the hospital 24/7. Jessica needs intensive physical therapy for a minimum of a month.[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    As expected, most patients (89%) were significantly disabled (unable to walk) prior to death, only a minority, however, had become so within 10 years of the onset (10%).[]

  • Myelopathy

    – 1 Requires support to walk even on level ground – 0 Unable to walk III Sensory function (same in upper and lower limbs, and trunk) – 2 Normal – 1 Slight sensory disturbance[] You may have trouble walking or you may fall down. With myelopathy, there is no sensation of spinning, or "vertigo."[] […] to eat unaided II Motor function of the lower limbs – 4 Normal – 3 Able to walk without support with slight difficulty – 2 Able to walk up and down stairs only with support[]

  • Subacute Transverse Myelitis

    Within five days she was unable to walk and subsequently developed painless urinary retention requiring catheterisation.[] He had regained all bowel and bladder function and some function of his legs, but he was unable to walk.[]

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