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I have awful pain in my anecupital area, i feel in in my brachial vein and the nerve that runs up my right arm. Is this normal for a softball player?
If I understand: Not really sure exactly where your pain is. If you are playing in a fast pitch softball league and you are a pitcher and right handed you might have strained your biceps tendon. This is a common problem in fast pitch softball. If it hours after 48 hrs have it looked at.. Tennis elbow woud be on the lateral aspect of the proximal forearm. ...Read more
I have chiari type1, when i lie down i hear my heart beats and the pulse in cervical vessels, brachial a. And small vessels of the head, my BP is normal?
Brachial artery: Brachial artery is in your upper arm and elbow area. It runs with two brachial veins. More superficial to these is the basilic vein. ...Read more
How does ether danlos type 3 cause pots? Im scared of vadcular type but my veins are not highly visable, no facial signs, no bruising etc.
Unknown: Twenties male inquires how ehlers-danlos (eds) disorder causes paroxysmal orthostatic tachycardia (pots). I do not think there is official explanation. Pots is surely mediated by autonomic nervous system. My own theory is joint hypermobility of eds stimulates autonomic nerves within brachial & pelvic plexi; causing arterial muscle relaxation, blood pooling, vascular collapse & tachycardia. ...Read more
Arterial doppler indicates that brachial, ulnar and intraosseous artery are of low resistive pattern. S this normal. Radial artery occluded due to clot?
Unusual: A peripheral artery should have a high resistant pattern on doppler exam. A low resistance may suggest a connection with a vein, arterial venous (av) malformation or av fistula. An injury to the arm may have caused occlusion of the radial artery and also an av fistula. Luckily the ulnar artery is usually the main vessel supplying the hand. Further studies may be needed to define the anatomy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a different : Take especially is the complaints are just on one side. This can be axillary vein thrombosis, hope not, but need to be checked out asap. Also as a baseline pathology one has also to rule out thoracic outlet syndrome that could compress the vein, the artery and the branches of the brachial plexus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have left arm pain radiates to hand. Hand veins bulge more than right. Blood clot? Negative d dimer. Ultrasound on legs came back negative as well.
Upper Arm DVT?: This can be a sign of an upper arm deep venous thrombosis (dvt). These are somewhat unusual in a young lady, so certainly i agree with the possibility of a thoracic outlet syndorme (tos), particularly a sub-entity of it called "effort thrombosis" or "paget-schroetter syndrome." this is often associated with swelling of the arm, bulging veins, and a feeling of arm heaviness. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
6 months.: It could be up to 6 months, but in many cases they resolve sooner. ...Read more
Black and blue.: If a vein is damaged from trauma, usually you will see discoloration of the skin either immediately after the injury or several days later. This occurs from blood escaping from the vein and leaking into the skin. Initially this may be dark (black and blue) and over several days as the body absorbs the blood, the color changes to yellow and then resolves. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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