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Posterior Hip Precautions
What is hip synovitis. My 6 yr old has got it and is on 5 day antibiotic course. What is the recommendation and precautions. Thnx?
Inflammation: The synovium is the tissue that lines a joint capsule, when it becomes inflamed you can get a synovitis. Basically when a young child presents with severe hip pain and no injury, some considerations include an infection in the hip joint or a toxic synovitis. Toxic synovitis can proceed or be concurrent with a generalized viral illness and usually resolves spontaneosly. NSAIDs and rest help ...Read more
Ballet dancer. Why is my posterior hip extension w/external rotation of the leg140deg on the right and <90deg on the left?
Posterior hip pain when seated on hard floor is this more indicative of si jt pain or lumbar referred pain?
It is one variable: Posterior (gluteal) hip pain is most commonly caused by pathology involving the lumbar spine or the sacroiliac joint & less likely caused by an unusual presentation of hip joint pain. This should be differentiated with deep pelvic pathologies which may refer pain to this area. The specific seated posture which aggravates the pain can serve as a clue. The diagnosis has more than one variable. ...Read more
5 months preg. Nurse injected my first TT shot in posterior deltoid before one month feeling pain in hips rt. Butt and sacrum is it any serious probl?
Unclear: If I understand the question you are saying that you go a Tetanus shot one month ago but now you are experiencing pain in the right hi, buttocks and sacrum. It is not likely that a vaccine one month ago is causing the current pain. Consider seeing your doctor to help determine the cause and treatment ...Read more
Mri says c5-6&c6-7-small posterior central disc protrusion and annular fissure, is it serious?Can i crossfit & do exercise with weights?Any precautions
Continue living: In the absence of symptoms, you should continue to stay active. Nothing sounds bad enough to need intervention. Use your common sense with activity. ...Read more
What should I expect when I have a mra done to confirm 2 labral tears, superior & posterior, on my l hip as on a mri?
See below: I believe you are referrring to MRI with direct athrography of the hip. This is typically done with injection of an MRI dye (gadolinium) into the hip joint prior to the mri. This is a minor invasive procedure, using a needle. The doctor typically gives you a local anesthetic for this. A small amount of ct contrast is also injected for the needle placement. The doctor would explain risks & benefits. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tibialis posterior myoclonus that comes on w/running-where are the likely places on body that nerve is being compromised? Brain? Hip?
What would the implications be of a very tight tibialis posterior? I have chronic hip/back pain, and massaging this muscle has helped drastically...
Low back nerve root : Tibialis posteriior is supplied by the L5 nerve root. Usually more than one muscle will be tight due to multiple nerve root irritation fron a chronic basis with elements of acute irritation. Massage is best done on the lower back to involve the entire lower limbs, down to the calves. Massage should involve the trigger points that feel good since these are the most irritable trigger points. ...Read more
Posterior full hip replacement 18 days ago,,spent 2 weeks in Ortho rehab,now at home. When can I cross legs in bed, good leg hooked over operated leg?
When: YOUR ORTHOPEDIST TELLS YOU ITS SAFE! My opinion is that you do not "listen: to any other "opinion"! ...Read more
Runner. Have bone marrow edema in left superior ramus&acetabular column+stabbing posterior hip. Is this all consistent w dysplasia?
Not necessarily: Hip dysplasia is diagnosed by certain radiographic parameters on an ap radiograph of the pelvis. You could potentially have acetabular or proximal femoral dysplasia, but it's hard to tell if your symptoms correlate with any type of dysplasia. ...Read more
I have moderately severe l5-s1 L4 disk degeneration. Mild disk bulge. Mild bilateral posterior facet and mild bilateral stenosis per MRI and hips hurt?
I have done my sonography of pelvis the result is bilateral poly cystic ovaries what does it means nd any precautions also i'm not gettin my periods ?
PCOS has many issues: Polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos) is a metabolic disorder. Often women: ovulate infrequently, are overweight/obese, have difficulty getting pregnant, have acne/facial hair, Insulin resistance with higher risk of diabetes. First line treatment is hormonal birth control (pills-patch-ring). Treatment lowers risk of painful rupture and ovarian loss. Using metformin (diabetes drug) may help fertility. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
U/S report shows enlarged uterus with multiple fibroids,largest one at right posterior wall of uterus fundus, can't see Ovaries. Gyn suggest MRI. Should I hsve Pelvis MRI after my monthly period or middle in between 2 periods for better MRI result??
29 y/o f w/ 2 exophytic subserosal uterine fibroids on the right side of the pelvis. Anterior 6.5 x 5.9 x 7.3 cm; posterior: 10.3 x9.1x 9 cm.Surgery?
That depends: On if you are done having children, or would still like the option to try. Those are pretty big measurements, and could possibly complicate every aspect of pregnancy.They can also keep growing--sometimes very quickly and can get quite large. You are close to the threshold of being able to do a vaginal hysterectomy at all.Wait too much longer, and you might have no choice but abdominal. Talk to doc. ...Read more
Had CT scan of pelvis and showed enlarged prostrate & lytic lesion in left illiac wing with sclerotic lesions in posterior end of right 8 rib & L2 lef?
CT - 5.8x6.4cm rnd complex cystic mass in posterior pelvis inseparable from adjacent sigmoid colon. Demonstrates lobulated enhancing nodule centrally.
Not sure: A posterior pelvic complex cystic mass in a 65-year-old woman can have many potential causes. This needs to be checked out to find the actual cause and to consider treatment options. You should see a gastroenterologist for further evaluation, if you're not already seeing one. ...Read more
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