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Bursitis Of The Buttocks
Yes: The plantaris tendon and posterior tibialos tendon both arise from posterior muscles of the leg and connect to the foot. The Achilles' tendon is the largest of the posterior tendons. ...Read more
Mri showed tear in the gluteus maximus upon the insertion of the it band on the right hip. I have pain in the back side of my hip around the side of m?
Tear.: Sounds like the pain your having is caused by the gluteus tear. Hopefully, this can be healed without surgery, but you might need an orthopedic surgeon to evaluate it. ...Read more
Retrocalcaneal spur?: If the bumps are located at or near the site of the achilles tendon attachement to the heel bone (calcaneus), these painless bumps are known as retrocalcaneal bursitis. If foot xrays are taken and reveal a bone spur, then the condition is called retrocalcaneal exostosis. The bursitis is usually worsened in presence of the spur, the larger the spur, the worse the bursitis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
HIP SNAPPING SYNDROME SURGERY CAN IT RELIEVE MUSCLE STRAINS OF THE NECK/SHOULDER/ARM/WRIST/HAND/BODY SIDE/LOWER LEG-CALF/ANKLE/FOOT ON THE SAME SIDE OF THE BODY OF THIS SURGERY?
Tophaceous Gout: Gout can occur in just about any soft tissue in the body. The accumulation of uric acid crystals in the soft tissue forms nodules or masses called tophi. The singular of tophi is tophus or stone. These can become quite large and disfiguring. They can rupture through the skin and destroy not only soft tissue but joints. Tophi formation is the result of chronic high levels of uric acid in the blood. ...Read more
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Small: Not that these cannot occur, but considering the number of these types of injections that are done, they are rare - especially done " by the books" or with the proper technique which is by giving it in the upper outer quadrant of the buttocks, away from the sciatic notch where the nerve is.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would pain under the bony knob of the inside of the left ankle and pain in the bend of the left ankle/foot be from posterior tibial tendonitis?
Tendon vs cartilage: Tendonitis is secondary to overuse or repetitive movement across the elbow. The common extensors, common flexors, biceps, and triceps can get irritated at their insertion sites and oftentimes develop micro tears within the tendon insertion creating pain and disability. Arthritis is wear and tear of the smooth cartilage surface within the joint itself. ...Read more
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Swelling: Synovia Sarcoma is one of rare forms of sarcoma usually developing in the knee region. It is slow growing often leading to a delay in dx. With incomplete removal recurrence is common. Half of the cases metastasize. The most common symptom is swelling or a mass that may be tender or painful and mistaken for inflammation of the joints, Wide resection essential. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which kind of nerve impingement arising from the shoulder refers pain to the medial epicondyle if the humerus?
Ulnar nerve: Typically, if you have pain along the medial epicondyle, that is where the ulnar nerve travels. If you have impingement upon this nerve there are usually other symptoms including numbness and tingling in the 4th and 5th fingers. In the extreme situations there may be weakness of these fingers. There is often pain when tapping over the nerve at the medial epicodyle. ...Read more
Pain: Trochanteric bursitis (also called trochanteric pain syndrome) causes discomfort at the side of the leg near the hip. Patients classically complain that they cannot lie on that side without "knifelike" pain. The condition is uncomfortable, but not dangerous in itself. Treatment usually includes anti-inflammatories, sometimes by injection into the painful area. ...Read more
?: Septic means caused by a bacterial infection which is quite rare in my experience over the last ~35 years reaular old hip bursitis is pretty common at the greater trochanter where muscles attach at side of hip /if it were septic it would be red/ hot / swollen/ and very painful and it would need prompt medical attention maybe even surgery /the other kind respondes pretty well to cortisone inject. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are signs a loculated cyst in the insertion are of the medial head of the gastrocnemius muscle the knee is getting worse?
Mass/Cyst: You may be developing a ganglion cyst, or a Baker's cyst. It is difficult to tell from your description, but if it is a fluid filled cyst, it is most likely a Gangion. If your MRI (which I am assuming you have had as you know the cyst is 'loculated') shows a solid mass, you must seek medical attention for a possible excision or biopsy for a proper dianosis ...Read more