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Hello. I've been diagnosed with pronator trees syndrome. what's the likelihood of full recovery if surgery were to take place?
I assume: You mean pronator teres syndrome. Realize for this issue, which is rare, usually the first option of treatment is avoiding/minimizing the activity that is causing the symptoms. If surgery is necessary I've seen some surgeon's reports a 90+% success rate of resolution of symptoms. ...Read more
Flexor pronator tendon origin, severe tendinosos with 17 x 9 mm partial thickness instrasubstance tear. How can this be repaired. Chronic for 2 yrs?
Tendon injury: Injuries to bones, tendons, & ligaments are best dealt with by orthopedic surgeons or hand surgeons (if applicable). They can evaluate status of injury, offer options for treatment, including surgery if indicated. ...Read more
How do you typically treat a high grade fluid filled oblique tear of the pronator, common flexor tendon in the elbow with a non-displaced fracture?
vessel feel hard w/tiny lump, bigger when arm bent above pronator teres muscle. MRI/X-RAY clear. Dr not worried, is MRI wrong? What is it, Sarcoma?
They are still : Effective, and mild pronation should be able to be corrected with an orthotic. ...Read more
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Quadratus Lumbarum: Quadratus lumbarum is a muscle that connects the pelvis to the spine. It may get inflamed and cause pain. However, there is no surgery for it, since it's an important structural muscle that helps with lumbar extension. If you are having back pain, that does not respond to conservative care (physical therapy, chiropractic, etc.), then you should consider an MRI and seeing your spine specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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