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Left cervicobrachialgia following cervical discectomy

in clinostatism. Diffuse spondyloarthrotic signs with abnormalities in somatic limits. Marginal osteophyte formations . ... muscles; Osteotendinous reflexes = weak left bicipital muscle . Therefore, the patient was advised to have a cycle of PKT ...

Motor Neuron Disease – another opinion

over the past 6 months. There are not reported imaging abnormalities of the posterior fossa. EMG and NCV studies did not show ... testing can be useful to identify subtle pulmonary muscle involvement . Swallowing evaluation may also help delineate the nature ...

Motor Neuropathy

(with the exclusion of a light congenital strabismus) muscle tone within normal limits Proximal hypotrophy especially on the ... cells from traumatic tap. I also noted the serological abnormalities of increased IgG and positive ANA. A mention is made of IgM ...

List of Symptoms

(after effort) Diffuse heat Diffuse muscle skeletal pains Diffused urticarioid skin eruptions Digestive ... E Early satiety Easy bruising Eating abnormalities Ecchymosis (over and under the eye) Edema Edema ...

Neuropathic Pain with Neuralgic Features

likely the result of peripheral nervous system (PNS) abnormalities , unless the neurological examination indicates for a higher lesion. Since no muscle wasting or permanent muscle weakness is mentioned, I assume that the ...

Myofascial back pain in a patient diagnosed with mild disc degeneration

osteoangioma in the L1 soma . Diffuse arthritic abnormalities at the somatic marginal branches and articular facets. The ... -> Postural back pain, so we recommend: Cycle of muscle relaxant massotherapy (10 sessions); Expose 100 mg 1 tab in the ...

Left Knee Arthralgia

meniscal fibrocartilage, diffuse femoral-tibial arthrotic abnormalities, subchondral cysts and edema of the spongious bone, as well as ... tumefied due to effusion. Hypotrophic quadriceps muscle compared to the contralateral. Complete joint motion (pain reported ...

Motor Neuron Disease

time of the neurological examination there was no limb muscle atrophy or weakness and that tone and reflexes were within normal limits ... if EMG does not show more widespread motor neuron abnormalities. 4- Additional blood work : Vitamin B12, Folate, PTH, ...

1st and 2nd Motor Neuron Disease of ALS-type

wrist. First bilateral interosseous athrophy with referred muscle hypotrophy of the forearms. Hint of claw-hand deformity on both ... combination of upper motor neuron and lower motor neuron abnormalities clearly documented. The atrophy and fasciculations in the ...

Chronic pain of undetermined origin

unremarkable although diffuse degenerative disk spinal abnormalities were noted. questions:  ... previous findings.   The results of the muscle and tendon echo-tomography of the left hemithorax were within normal ...

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