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Do the symptoms of piriformis syndrome and/or sciatica include thigh stiffness?

Do the symptoms of piriformis syndrome and/or sciatica include thigh stiffness?

Pyriformis/sciatic: Yes thigh stiffness in the back of the thigh can certainly be present in the conditions above. Pain should also be present to some extent. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of quadriceps tendon strain?

What are the symptoms of quadriceps tendon strain?

Quad strain: Pain above the kneecap or mid thigh depending on the strain area. Sometime there is swelling or bruising. It may also be difficult to flex the knee. ...Read more

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Are muscle twitching, muscle atrophy, and leg weakness HIV ARS symptoms?

Are muscle twitching, muscle atrophy, and leg weakness HIV ARS symptoms?

Please spell out: ARS. I know what ARV therapy stands for, but not ARS. Anti-retroviral side effects? If you do mean ART, please specify which ARV's you're referring to. ...Read more

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Are hamstring injury and thigh cramps same?

Are hamstring injury and thigh cramps same?

No: No a hamstring injury is a tear or partial tear of the hamstring muscle / tendon w/ resultant bleeding and mild swelling( mild bruising may be seen on back of thigh or below knee).Cramping can occur secondary to the injury or can be related to metabolic reasons etc. See your physician. Best of luck! ...Read more

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What are the signs and symptoms of iliopsoas tendonitis and iliopsoas tendonosis? 17 F

What are the signs and symptoms of iliopsoas tendonitis and iliopsoas tendonosis? 17 F

Hip pain: Tenderness over top of pelvis that radiates down front of leg in the top of the thigh. Lifting the leg off of a bed will also be painful, you may have pain with walking or usually with running ...Read more

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What are signs and symptoms of a patellar tendon injury?

What are signs and symptoms of a patellar tendon injury?

Loss of extension: An intact patellar tendon is necessary to full straighten out or extend the knee. With a complete rupture, you will not be able to actively extend your knee against gravity. There may also be a defect which you may be able to feel with your finger where the defect occurred. Partial tears or tendinitis present with pain over the tendon. ...Read more

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Are bicep pains a symptoms of hernia?

Are bicep pains a symptoms of hernia?

Neck?: A herniated disc in the neck can cause symptoms in the upper extremity. ...Read more

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Cough, neck rash and knee joint pain. What could these symptoms indicate?

Cough, neck rash and knee joint pain. What could these symptoms indicate?

All together?: Are you having a fever too? Are all your symptoms starting together? They can be a very serious illness or a mild viral infection, please clarify if you have additional symptoms. ...Read more

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Reconstruction ankle ligament after grade III sprain in Feb 2014, physio, rehab + home exercises but still pain + tenderness in outer aspect of heel.

Reconstruction ankle ligament after grade III sprain in Feb 2014, physio, rehab + home exercises but still pain + tenderness in outer aspect of heel.

Varies: There are many possible causes including scar tissue, persistent inflammation in the area, entrapment of a nerve. A detailed exam and appropriate studies can usually determine the cause. I would certainly let your surgeon kne you are still having problems. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of quadriceps tendon rupture?

What are the symptoms of quadriceps tendon rupture?

Knee won't straighte: If you can't straighten out your knee the tendon tore and it needs to be reconnected surgically. ...Read more

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Severe leg pain from sciatica, torn hamstring, both or something else?

Severe leg pain from sciatica, torn hamstring, both or something else?

Unknown: Severe leg pain can be caused by many things. Think about what's in there-blood vessels (disease can cause pain), muscles (rarely if ever a primary cause of pain), tendons and ligaments (can be torn in accident), joints (hip and knee can both cause pain), and nerves. In addition, damage to various structures in the back can cause leg pain. To find out, see doctor and get mri. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of ACL injury?

What are symptoms of ACL injury?

Common symptoms: Include instability with lateral of twisting movement. Often people will say their knee just feels weak or loose or mushy. Catching and locking can be symptoms as well as significant swelling initially. Usually is a result of a non contact twisting injury to the knee. Often people will say they heard or felt a pop. ...Read more

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What are the different symptoms for knee tendonitis and patellar tendinitis?

What are the different symptoms for knee tendonitis and patellar tendinitis?

Tendonitis: Pain and swelling at the anterior knee, worse with getting up from a seated position, worse with stairs, squats, lunges, etc. May have some localized warmth, numbness, or tingling. ...Read more

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What are the general signs and symptoms of iliopsoas tendonitis and iliopsoas tendonosis?

Inner thigh pain: Pain from sartorius tendonitis is typically inner thigh or groin pain. Also pain could be help over the outer hip and below the knee joint over the inside ...Read more

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Symptoms of shin splints are what kinds of leg symptoms?

Symptoms of shin splints are what kinds of leg symptoms?

Let me advice you: Tenderness, soreness or pain along the inner part of your lower leg, mild swelling in your lower leg, at first, the pain may stop when you stop running or exercising. Eventually, however, the pain may be continuous.When get worse check with your doctor. ...Read more

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Can symptoms of meniscus tear be confused with knee arthritis?

Can symptoms of meniscus tear be confused with knee arthritis?

Imaging: Many physical symptoms of meniscal tears and arthritis are similar. The best way to know for sure is with an mri. While an x-ray can show narrowing of a joint space that would indicate arthritis, a MRI would be a sure way to rule out a meniscal tear. ...Read more

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Peroneal tendon tear/dysfunction and inner heel pain related?

Examination: Further evaluation of symptoms and examination will be necessary to answer this question. ...Read more

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