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506 Possible Causes for Winged Scapula

  • Long Thoracic Nerve Palsy

    What causes winged scapula? A winged scapula is a symptom of another condition, rather than an injury itself.[] A winged scapula is an injury in which the scapula (shoulder blade) sticks out in the back.[] Physical examination typically reveals medial deviation of the inferior angle of the scapula and prominent winging of the medial border of the scapula with backward pressure[]

  • Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy

    scapula.[] Over time, muscle atrophy may lead to winged scapulae and a pronounced scapular spine.[] Surgery to fix a winged scapula. Walking aids and foot support devices if there is ankle weakness. BiPAP to help breathing.[]

  • Emery-Dreifuss Muscular Dystrophy Type 2

    Proband clinical features: winged scapulae and combination of thigh atrophy and calf pseudo-hypertrophy. Figure 2.[] , high riding scapula, hyperlordosis common (20%) Onset age from early teen years to adult Hard to rise from floor or hop Goal of Management in LGMD CONCENTRIC exercises BEST[] Patient came to our observation at the age of 30, presenting axial and girdle involvement both in upper and lower limb, with significant waddling gait and winged scapulae.[]

  • Erb Muscular Dystrophy

    […] with a winglike appearance; inability to raise arms above head ("Popeye" arms) Muscle weakness effects apparent Muscle wasting Winging of the scapulae Lordosis with abdominal[] Assessment-Landouzy-Dejerine type Pendulous lower lip Possible disappearance of nasolabial fold Diffuse facial flattening leading to a masklike expression Inability to suckle (infants) Scapulae[]

  • Hallermann-Streiff Syndrome

    Skeletal abnormalities have also been reported in some cases, such as widely flared shoulder blades (winged scapula), abnormal curvature of the spine (lordosis or scoliosis[] plexus neuritis Brachioskeletogenital Syndrome brachydactyly-syndactyly syndrome Brachymesomelia Renal Syndrome Brachymorphism-Onychodysplasia-Dysphalangism Syndrome brachyolmia-amelogenesis[] Bork Stender Schmidt Syndrome Bosch-Boonstra-Schaaf Optic Atrophy Syndrome Boudhina Yedes Khiari syndrome Bowen Syndrome Bowen-Conradi syndrome Boylan Dew Greco Syndrome brachial[]

  • Cardiodysrhythmic Potassium-Sensitive Periodic Paralysis

    Andersen's syndrome is a clinically distinct form of potassium-sensitive periodic paralysis associated with cardiac dysrhythmias. The subtle nature of the cardiac and dysmorphic features may delay the recognition of this syndrome and its potentially lethal cardiac dysrhythmias. The genetic defect in Andersen's[…][]

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type 2

    […] of the scapula (defined as a clearly visible protrusion of the scapula when the patient was in a resting position or was lifting the arms anteriorly or sidewards), muscle[] […] symptoms; 4) the presence of specific clinical features such as scoliosis, bulbar involvement (defined as weakness of muscles involved in speech, chewing and swallowing), winging[]

  • Scapuloperoneal Spinal Muscular Atrophy

    Patients present difficulty walking on heels, winged scapulae, and diminished or absent deep tendon reflexes.[] […] of scapula; no sensory deficit, weakness of ¶ Compression (“backpack” paraly- nerve arm elevation sis), neuralgic shoulder amyo- Radial nerve trophy, postinfectious Median[] […] of mononeuropathy (pp. 318 and 312 f) Nerve Lesion ¶ Syndrome Cause1Appendix Axillary nerve Abduction paralysis, deltoid atrophy ¶ Dislocation of shoulder Long thoracic Winging[]

  • Muscular Dystrophy-Dystroglycanopathy Type C7

    Arthur G. Steinberg, Alexander G. Bearn Butterworth-Heinemann, 11.09.2013 - 160 Seiten Progress in Medical Genetics: Volume 5 covers the improvements in nutrition and control of childhood disease. This book is divided into five chapters that evaluate the characteristics of thalassemias, an inherited defect in[…][]

  • Congenital Muscular Dystrophy

    Abstract We report 5 cases (2 familial and 3 sporadic) who share a diagnosis of congenital muscular dystrophy (CMD) in association with short stature, proximal contractures, rigidity of the spine and distal joint laxity as well as early respiratory failure and mild to moderate mental retardation. The expression of[…][]

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