Top 20 Doctor insights on: Rest excluded clinical
Bilateral cross adductor reflexes notices in neuro clinical exam what does this mean? Rest of exam was good no hoffmans no babinski emg and ncv good.
Usually Normal: It means contraction of the adductor muscles of the thigh and inward rotation of the leg elicited by tapping the sole of the foot. It is an upper motor neuron sign that can mean there is some damage to the spinal cord when it is severe. It is often slightly increased in normal people, the other signs (hoffman's and babinski's negative) suggest that it is a normal finding in you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a normal ecg, bloodwork and X-ray rule out myocarditis? Ecgs show only episodes of sinus tachy w/ normal resting rate.
Had a hysterectomy 12 days ago & this morning I started hurting in top left thigh....should I go to er to rule out blood clot or just rest & call dr i?
Found small lump below inside of ankle. Painful to walk and hurts during rest. Doc ordered MRI to rule out tpd or mass. Could I end up in a cast?
Depends on results: Depends on the results of mri. With tibialis posterior dysfunction, immobilization may not be enough, surgery may be necessary and then casting. Plus there will be a need to address the flat footed ness. If a mass consistent with a ganglion, have it drained as an in office service. Ask if they can remove it, as an in office service if not successful. If other mass, have removed. ...Read more
Ecg, cardiac echo, heart enzyme, chest ct, cardiac angio ct, all ok. Still resting heart pulse 53-62.Increase when move. Exclude cardiac issue?
Normal: Low heart rates w/out symptoms can be nl in healthy active individuals. The fact that ur hr increases w/ movement is helpful and points towards normalcy. ...Read more
I don't understand!: I'm sorry, I don't understand your question. Wrap or bandage what? Your wrist? Did you hurt it? If so, how and when did you do it? Please ask again and clarify! There's a 150 character limit for your question, including spaces and punctuation, so keep it brief but complete. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exercising: If you are weight lifting, yes. You can do this by working other body parts. Back and legs one day, chest and arms the next. Good to have one or two days to rest every week. Make sure you get enough protein if body building. If cardio may train daily using decent pace. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unsure?: Leg pain, cramps, creepy-crawly feelings, ever ending need to move the legs, & other lower extremity symptoms are common place and very uncomfortable and disturbing. Get seen checked out in general and perhaps have some electrolytes checked (sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium and others. Most importantly, you may need to see a sleep specialist. A sleep study may be needed. Restless legs? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good idea: It allows the body to recover and rebuild. ...Read more
Pulse of 66: A pulse of 66 is normal at rest. If your pulse increases during exercise, that is walking around, you have no problem. If you cannot increase your pulse rate during exercise or feel weak when do so, see your physician. Good luck. ...Read more