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Muscles Attached On Shin Bone
Bump on middle of tibia. Attached to bone. Skin pigment over site is darkened. X 6mo. Aching feeling of tibia bone periodically?
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Fell directly on patella. Pain at bottom. Also pain when lightly touching surface of bone. Surrounding muscle tightness. Maybe hairline fracture?
Possibly : The mechanism and symptoms you are describing could certainly represent a patella fracture. You might consider being seen for an X-ray just to make sure it does not need to be mobilized. Non displaced patella fractutes can be treated without surgery, but if it displaces surgery is often required. ...Read more
Check/monitor it: Shin, by definition is a Bone(Tibia) in your lower leg. It can be sore for a variety of reasons, mostly benign conditions. If there is any concern for Cancer, it can be checked with an X-Ray of this bone, but it is not necessary to do too much in the way of testing unless the pain persists or gets worse over the next 4-5 weeks. Any swelling or bump in this area would require medical attention . ...Read more
I have surface numbness \u0026 pain when direct pressure is placed on the base of my knee/top of shin; hit my leg on a cement wall 3 months ago, shin chip?
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Is the front shin more prone to scarring? Banged shin, left bony knot on tibia. Doc took xrays and says it's subcutaneous scar. This common on shin?
Yes: The tibia( shin) bone has very little muscle coverage in the front and lower 2/3 of the bone. Contusions and secondary hematomas are quite common. Sometimes these collections of blood and secondary seroma/ scar 'knots' form and can persist for some time.Nothing to worry about. Best of Luck! ...Read more
Tarsal bone: Talus bone.Get a more detailed answer ›
Upper front thigh area is causing great pain.From front of thigh down threw shin bone area. Was in severe car accident 10 years ago need a hip replacement on right leg.Have bruising, twisting , pulling kind of pain.Located on upper front thigh shooting do
Been on crutches due to foot injury. But now the other leg (weight bearing one) hurts severly in the knee. Feels like bone on bone rubbing.
Feels tight behind knee cap on lt. leg. Feels like metal knee brace on sides of knee, and femur pushing down hard on tibia. Knee cracks when turning.
Compartment syndrome: Get an immediate orhtopedic evaluationGet a more detailed answer ›
Hit shin on gymnastic beam small dent medial to/in tibia, swollen/painful to touch/ weight bear pain free. Lost sensation to portion of bruise. Advice?
Swelling entire length of Achilles tendon. MRI normal. Leaving upper leg stationary and extending lower leg straight, feel pulling behind leg. Help?
Yes: It definitely can. It may be radiating pain or you might be using your leg muscles differently to protect your aching knees. ...Read more
Multiple acute bone pains on 5th left and right ribs on chest and underarms, on low scapula, upper spine, near post tibial tendons. What's causing it?
XRay: Recommend getting XRay if you haven't. If you have, what does it show? ...Read more
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
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