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Right Knee Pain

another orthopedic specialist whose report states: - Physical examination : no effusion Bilateral cracking sounds of femoropatellar joints ...

Metastatic well differentiated neuroendocrine carcinoma in liver_2

a good general state. No relevant pathological findings on physical examination. Gastroscopy , colonoscopy and video capsule of the small ...

Drugs

in case studies throughout the site. click on an examination name to view a list of all articles it is mentioned in | A | ... Pennsaid drops Perifosine Phenobarbital Physical therapy) Pipeline Piroxicam Plasil Platinol ...

Myofascial back pain in a patient diagnosed with mild disc degeneration

the findings of which are reported: - Physiatric examination : Objective examination: no significant deviations of the ... neurological", which I take to mean no symptoms or physical signs of radiculopathy. The diagnosis is myofascial back pain , ...

Renal Cell Carcinoma

up should be done. This will comprise of history & physical examination, blood tests & chest X-ray every 6 months for the first three ...

List of Examinations

in case studies throughout the site. click on an examination name to view a list of all articles it is mentioned in | A | ... (DIF) Direct laryngoscopy Directed physical examination Discographies Discography Disease ... Examination of the cerebro-spinal fluid Examinations: physical test Examining the receptor status of the tumor Exercise ...

Herniated Disc of the Lumbosacral Rachis

male experiencing lower limb pain with exacerbation after physical exercise. Radiological findings suggest chronic lateral recess ... assumption of TENS is correct) and walking. On physical examination there were signs of Rt. S1 root impairment (reduced RT Achilles ...

Left cervicobrachialgia following cervical discectomy

on C4-5, and a larger C5-6 disc herniation. Neurological examination disclosed C6-C7 radiculopathy on the left, minimal weakness of ... and triceps muscles and reduced biceps reflex. EMG and physical examination were consistent with bilateral radiculopathy, attributed ...

Atrial Fibrillation at medium /high ventricular response_2

Do you think that the physical activity of the patient is consistent with his pathology taking into ... sensation with a slight progressive reduction of his physical performances. At present, anyway, the patient practises a moderate ... doppler echocardiography on 11/2008: “Examination performed on patient in AF at medium/high ventricular response. ...

Left lumbosciatic pain from double disc protrusion

on 09/2009 the patient underwent a Lumbar-sacral NMR scan examination which showed: “Bone canal diameters within normal limits. At ... limited, not including the exact type of pain (response to physical effort and rest), pain distribution and the neurological status. MRI ...

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