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Asymmetric Limbs (Overview)

Asymmetric limbs is a symptom if a person's limbs are very asymmetric or unusually asymmetric. Limb asymmetry means the left arm (or leg) and the right arm (or leg) are not mirror images of one another. Most normal people have a little asymmetry of the limbs.


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Scoliosis bilateral upper limb means?

Scoliosis bilateral upper limb means?

Hard to say: Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine and is not usually used to describe any other part of the body. So to say scoliosis of the upper limbs is not a common way to describe any deformity of the arms. All that being said, it may have been someone's attempt to describe a curvature of the arms, or you may not have understood what was said. Thank you for the question. ...Read more

Asymmetric Limbs (Overview)

Asymmetric limbs is a symptom if a person's limbs are very asymmetric or unusually asymmetric. Limb asymmetry means the left arm (or leg) and the right arm (or leg) are not mirror images of one another. Most normal people have a little asymmetry of the limbs.


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Mechanism of symmetrical ascending paralysis development?

Mechanism of symmetrical ascending paralysis development?

Beyond scope: We're allowed 400 characters at this site. I ecommend webmd.Com for the depth tha to are apparently looking for. ...Read more

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Can cervical disc disease,cervical stenosis and kyphosis of neck cause widespread muscle twitches,prickling sensations all over,numbness?

Can cervical disc disease,cervical stenosis and kyphosis of neck cause widespread muscle twitches,prickling sensations all over,numbness?

Usually not: neck disease will cause symptoms below tthe area of stenosis if face is involved then these symptoms are not due to this condition ...Read more

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Tinglings,numbness in arms.fatigue and dizzyness.hands pronation in mingazzini1,asymmetrical smile,abnormal"tandem gait"are pathologic due to obesity?

Tinglings,numbness in arms.fatigue and dizzyness.hands pronation in mingazzini1,asymmetrical smile,abnormal"tandem gait"are pathologic due to obesity?

No: What you are describing certainly is not related to obesity alone and is definitely not normal. You need to see a neurologist as soon as possible and probably an MRI of the brain among other tests to establish the diagnosis. ...Read more

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38 yo male, history epilepsy (med controlled), closed tbi (12/2011). Slurred speech, hand tremor, unsteady gait, confused, lethargic, normal pupils.

38 yo male, history epilepsy (med controlled), closed tbi (12/2011). Slurred speech, hand tremor, unsteady gait, confused, lethargic, normal pupils.

Timeline?: Your description does not state if all of these changes represent a change from the baseline, are new or chronic. If they are new then i would recommend going to your closest emergency room right away, if they are chronic and old then i would discuss this with your doctor as they could be consistent with traumatic brain injury. ...Read more

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EMG of upper and lower limbs showing mild neurogenic changes from bilateral L2-L3 innervation means what?

EMG of upper and lower limbs showing mild neurogenic changes from bilateral L2-L3 innervation means what?

Fairly nonspecific: These findings don't suggest anything specific, but of course it would depend on the actual values of the nerve conduction studies and the findings on EMG. You should discuss this with the ordering health care provider, since they may have been looking for something specific. ...Read more

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Widespread pain, numbness and tingling and muscle spasms that lead to soreness , in back, arms, legs ,jaw, head, feet.

Widespread pain, numbness and tingling and muscle spasms that lead to soreness , in back, arms, legs ,jaw, head, feet.

May be fibromyalgia: This is not clear. You need to discuss these widespread symptoms with your physician. ...Read more

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Are jerky arm movements signs of multiple sclerosis?

Are jerky arm movements signs of multiple sclerosis?

Nonspecific: Jerky arm movements could be a sign of cerebellar ataxia, but could also represent a variety of tremors, chorea, myoclonus, and even focal seizure activity. Sure, some pts might have ms, but others might have essential tremor, parkinson's, huntington's, brain tumors or bleeds, etc. An expert neurologist can sort all of this out and pinpoint the diagnosis. ...Read more

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What causes abnormal needle EMG in Latissimus dorsi muscles (on the sides- no electrical activity), upper arms/body weakness and scapular winging?

What causes abnormal needle EMG in Latissimus dorsi muscles (on the sides- no electrical activity), upper arms/body weakness and scapular winging?

Injury 2 the long--: --thoracic nerve of Bell. It inervates(sp) the serratus anterior which stabilizes the scapula.This wwould cause scapular winging, & poor function of the arm, ,as the function depends on a stable scapula. ...Read more

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Paralyzis and hyperalgesia in one limb initiated 2 weeks after scoliosis surgery. sphincter incont Clonus. Spasticity. upper motor neuron lesion? why?

Paralyzis and hyperalgesia in one limb initiated 2 weeks after scoliosis surgery. sphincter incont Clonus. Spasticity. upper motor neuron lesion? why?

Postop complication: One has to worry about a delayed postoperative complication-significant!!!! Need to see operating surgeon . Potential causes would be hematoma(blood) compressing spinal cord or even a spinal cord lesion remote from operative site ...Read more

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Is facial nerve paralysis painful?

Is facial nerve paralysis painful?

Sometimes: Sometimes facial paralysis can have pain if it is caused by a virus. This can be called ramsey hunt syndrome. Also, many bell's palsy patients describe "pins and needles" sensation for unclear reasons. ...Read more

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Extremity (Definition)

Is appendage or body part that extends from the main body, such as arms or ...Read more