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Could Tendonitis In The Wrist Be Caused By Having Broken A Bone
Yes: Tendonitis can either be associated with an underlying break or symptoms of what is presumed to be tendonitis may actually be those of a un-recognized fracture. Likewise for ligament sprains. So if there are unresolved symptoms a plain x-ray, at the very least, is called for. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more
Are there any hand, wrist or arm fractures that cannot possibily be caused by a fall on an outstretched hand? I'm a mystery writer and need an injury that could be due to someone deflecting the arm of a gun-wielding perp.
Your : Your best bet is probably what is called the "nightstick" fracture. If you need some technical help, i could help with the ways to distinguish a "direct mechanism" fracture from an "indirect" one. While an ulnar shaft fracture can be caused by a fall, the pattern would be slightly different from a true "nightstick.". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have slight bone marrow edema, which is usually caused by an injury. Could I have accidentally torn a ligament?
Maybe: but wouldn't be likley to be related. The marrow is on the inside of the bone. Ligaments attach on the outside. A severe injury could cause both, but these would not necessarily go together ...Read more
Can a large tear in the elbow tendon need to be surgically repaired or casted. Arthritis has now set it and a bone spur has appeared on the epicondyle?
No: Avascular necrosis can be associated with trauma, if the blood supply to the bone is interrupted by injury. Most of the time, the cause is unknown. Certain diseases such as sickle cell anemia or alcoholism have higher rates of avascular necrosis. It is not associated with strain or sprain type injuries. Steroid use is also a cause of avascular necrosis. ...Read more
Depends!: Rarely, depends on type of trauma! Simple linear fracture as opposed to a complicated displaced fracture? Did u require surgery? Other factors play a role! Obesity, smoking, blood clotting deficiencies, previous history of clots? Ligament,tendon sprains are usually not associated with blood clots, good luck ...Read more
Can you get a blood clot in your arm from a bruise caused by being stepped on in the area between the shoulder, breast and collar bone?
Can finger tingling be caused by the neck, back, and/or both? Is it more likely being caused by an elbow, shoulder, or arm issue?
Splinting: If you have pain at the base of your thumb and are under 40 you probably have basilar, base of the thumb, instability. If you are a women over 50 you are probably one of the 25% women with basilar joint arthritis. Early treatment with splints and injections help. Joint replacement is performed when you cannot tolerate the pain. ...Read more
Can cam impingement only arise from anatomy or can it be caused by shoes or activities that require a lot of external rotation of hip?
Can a pinched tibial nerve in the lower extremity cause a swollen/inflamed Achilles and paratendon? Rupture ruled out by doctor.
It could cause: You to walk funny and hence injure it. I wouldn't worry so much what caused what as opposed to just fixing what is wrong. ...Read more
What is bicep tendonitis and can it be caused by impact ? Also would that explain instability of the tendon at certain angles?
Unhappy Tendon: The long head of the biceps passes through a tunnel into the shoulder. Anything that make the tunnel smaller or tendon bigger, ie swelling from an impact, can make the tendon rub. It stays swollen, it frays, it hurts. Probably not a cause for instability. ...Read more
I have a wrist fracture with the scaphoid bone broken at the waist. Can i insist that bone not be taken from my hip to fix it? Surgery was recommended by an orthopedic doctor to repair a non-union wrist fracture with the scaphoid bone broken at the waist
No: Depends on the fracture and how much bone is needed. One study showed bone grafting from distal radius had lower healing rates than graft from the hip. But in some selected cases (but not all) percutaneous fixation can be used with or without bone graft. Ask your surgeon what is best in you. See : http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/14652390 and http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/1660141. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Can a birth injury such as shoulder displasia, which was not x-rayed, be detremined at a later date to have caused a broken clavicle?
Word confusion: Shoulder dysplasia is a term that describes a shoulder that didn't form right.Shoulder dystocia describes difficulty getting the shoulder to come out after the head is out during delivery.The clavicle is the most often broken bone in the body & can crack with or without recognized difficulty at delivery.It may take a day or so for swelling & lack of use to be recognized & DX made. ...Read more
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