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Causes Of Zygomatic Pain
Also with a little big zygomatic bone I have issue to say some words. I can't speak well cause I have stutter, but that is okay! Problem is with bone.
Not related: The size of your zygoma will not cause any speech issues, as they are not involved in those functions. Perhaps having some speak counseling would be more useful. Often training and practice will help you speak clearly and better pronounce your words. Speech therapists are available to evaluate your situation, and can guide you in a program to help you. ...Read more
I was hit pretty hard with a wrench on what I think is my zygomatic bone no fracture but now I have issues with my sinuses. Possible the hit is cause?
Maybe (not). . .: What sinus issues are you suffering from? Perhaps, it's just coincidental. Sinus congestion is common result of allergies & pollen exposure, not to mention myriad cold viruses. See your Family Doc or ENT if no improvement w/OTC antihistamines & decongestants (assuming that you're bothered by allergies & congestion). If double vision or increase pain, then see ENT & Ophth immediately. ...Read more
Fractures: Most fractures are painful in the first few days, and especially when muscles and joints pull on the fractured bone. The zygomatic bone is not directly involved with any joints or moving parts. Therefore if the fracture is stable (i.e. Not moving), then it might be painless. Additionally, a healed zygomatic fracture that does not impinge on nerves, muscle or blood vessels can also be painless ...Read more
S there any chances of some serious illness if my zygomatic bone is little bit bigger than the other I am little affraid, hope is no serious thing.
Probably no: Mild difference in size of the zigomatic arch is not uncommon. ...Read more
Is there any chances of some serious illness if my zygomatic bone is little bit bigger than the other I am little affraid, hope is no serious thing.
No worry: Everyones face is not symmetric the left side does not mirror the right. Growth patterns in facial bones vary from side to side you should not be concerned based solely on size differential. ...Read more
Is there any chances of some serious illness if my zygomatic bone is little bit bigger than the other? I am little affraid, hope is no serious thing.
If you have always: Had this appearance and you have no symptoms it may be related to assymetry. Most of us are not completely symetrical. If you are symptomatic - then recommend evaluation. ...Read more
Probably a cyst: This is probably a small cyst although you cannot make a diagnosis without an examination. Please see your dermatologist. ...Read more
Is there chances that my left zygomatic bone is bigger than other because my left shoulder is bigger than the other? Any serious illness? Hope not.
Sound like birth: Defect- not a disease- not to worry unless symptomatic. ...Read more
What is the name of the small tight muscle band that goes over the zygomatic process on the cheek?
Masseter: I believe this is the muscle you are referring to. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Little compression of the v2 nerve (90% of norm. Feeling) due to entraptment - zygomatic fracture 3y ago. Full recover after decompression possible?
Temporal pain: No diagnosis can honestly be made for your symptoms without an exam. Please see your primary care physician. ...Read more
I broke my zygomatic bone, is 15 days too long to wait to have surgery? I am concerned about scar tissue, long term effects, etc.
See a doctor: There are many variables to your question. At 15 days your bones are likely stuck in their current position. This is good if they are in the proper position, bad if they are not. See a qualified plastic surgeon or maxillofacial surgeon with experience treating facial fractures for an opinion. The sooner the better. ...Read more
Mild burning around infra-orbital nerve area, NOT paroxysmal or neuralgic but tender, also tension on the zygomatic arch. 3 months now.
Cheek bone: The zygoma forms the bulk of your cheek. A fracture is referred to as a tripod fracture but really is a quadrapod wri splaying a common fracture pattern: 1) the boney ledge under your eye, 2) the boney rim to the outside of your eye (near temple), 3) the boney arch/ridge that travels towards the ear 4) the bone support extending down to the upper teeth/canine area. Numbness upper lip is common. ...Read more
Can a man stay conscious while being struck in head with maglite multiple times violently if he recieved fracture of the left frontal zygomatic suture?
Maxillofacial: You may need to be evaluated by a plastic or maxillofacial surgeon. ...Read more
Overlooked zygomatic fracture: 3y ago eye: ok v2 nerve area:90% of normal feeling. Re-fracture surgery possible? Any chance to full recover of v2?
Depends: The type of surgery required to correct your zgomatic arch fracture will depend on where the fracture is and any other bones involved. An isolated arch fracture can often be reduced by elevating the fracture through a small incision inside the mouth in the tissues between the cheek and upper jaw. A more significant fracture may require multiple approaches and the use of bone plates and screws. ...Read more
Hard pea lump just above tmj condyle. I think zygomatic arch. Fixed but slightly flexi. On off facial pain and eye pain on that side for yrs. Related?
Trigenminal Nerve: Although the anatomic points are separated by 4-5 cm. This sounds like and old blow to the head. It must have injured a branch if the Trigeminal nerve causing a neuroma- a benign nerve tumor. It is not to worry. Be grateful that you did not have a more significant Trigeminal nerve problem-a real severe pain called a tic doloreaux.. ...Read more
After a surgical repair of a zygomatic arch fracture 2 weeks ago, how should recovery go as far as mobility of the jaw? When should it improve?
Zygoma Fracture: Zygomatic arch fractures can impinge the lower jaw causing decreased mobility. After surgical repair there is swelling that can hinder jaw motion for a few weeks. Your jaw motion should be improving soon. Discuss this issue with your surgeon. ...Read more
I have just recovered from bronchitis and sinusitis, however I’ve developed pain in the bottom of my right rib. Coughing, touching or if a move a certain way causes extreme pain. (General standing and sitting I am in no pain.)?
You most likely were having coughing spells while sick and have now strained your intercostal muscles.
They will get better in the next few days. You could take aspirin or such for a few days. If it continues longer or gets worse then you should be seen either by your physician or the emergency department depending on how bad the symptoms are.
Right now give it a few days, but keep taking deep b ...Read more
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