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Myofascial back pain in a patient diagnosed with mild disc degeneration

Myofascial Back Pain short_summary:  ...

Spinal column pathology - additional opinion

39-year-old male experienced in 1994 intense lower back pain after lifting weights, with spontaneous resolution. In 2006, he again ...

Spinal pathology – additional opinion

to both his lumbar and cervical spine. He complains of low back pain, cramping and numbness in his thigh muscles, radiating left leg pain to ...

IgG Multiple Myeloma

57-year-old male who was found to have back pain and hyperglobulinemia approximately. Marrow biopsy was consistent with IgG ...

Cystic Neoplasms of the Pancreas

due to large size, they are often symptomatic causing pain, fullness, or early satiety. Some even cause biliary obstruction with ... to be increasing in frequency. Unexplained abdominal or back pain is the most common complaint. This is often vague, nagging and ...

Herniated Disc L4-L5

the L5-S1 disc. 2. The patient may suffer from lower back pain, Lt. radicular pain or both. 3. Surgery was offered to the patient. ...

Cervical Disk Hernia_3

medications, and injections to help with the radicular pain, given the severe stenosis, he will likely, eventually and invariably, ... approach may be done in one of three ways. From the back, from the front, from the front and then from the back.    ...

Multiple Myeloma (MM) and Cardiomyopathy

51-year-old-male, complained of low back pain and has been diagnosed as having multiple myeloma (MM), light chain ...

Left lumbosciatic pain from L4-L5 and L5-S1 annular protrusion

Left lumbosciatic pain short_summary:  ... The patient experienced an episode of lower back pain while carrying home shopping bags. Her family doctor diagnosed a ...

Vitamin D Abnormality / Parathyroid Hormone Abnormality

significant ‘hump - like’ formation on upper back that prevented them from being able to stand with erect posture. ... be answered: Intense pain and aggravation can induce high blood pressure. ...

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