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January 24, 2022
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Flat Feet | Symptoms
By AGE2B team
Often people with flat feet have no significant signs or symptoms of this condition. When symptoms occur, one may note heel and arch pain and swelling after physical activity. Changes in leg alignment due to flatfeet can contribute to fatigue of the lower leg muscles, muscular pain, and injury of the menisci. Swelling along the […]
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January 24, 2022
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Flat Feet | Anatomy
By AGE2B team
Normally, due to the positions of the bones of the foot, the foot is arched both from front to back, and from side to side. The arches are strengthened by ligaments and tendons. The arches help the feet support the body, and with the muscles and ligaments, they act like springs to propel the body […]
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January 24, 2022
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Injury | Causes
By AGE2B team
The most prevalent type of injury is a traumatic injury. In most cases, traumatic injuries occur due to motor vehicle accidents. Sports accidents are also a very common cause of traumatic injuries. The most traumatic types of sports are football, hockey, and martial arts. Radiation injuries nowadays often happen as a result of cancer therapy. […]
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January 24, 2022
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Injury | Symptoms
By AGE2B team
The most prevalent symptom of injury is acute pain in the damaged region of the body. Edema, or swelling, is also a common symptom of injury. It occurs within 24 hours after the injury. In cases when injury causes a wound in the skin, bleeding may occur in the damaged region of the body. Radiation […]
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January 24, 2022
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Injury | Anatomy
By AGE2B team
Injury is damage to the body, usually caused by physical force. Major trauma is injury that can lead to prolonged disability or even death. Worldwide, more than 4.3 million people die each year from traumatic injuries. Traumatic injuries may occur due to accidents, or they may be the result of intentional acts of violence. Injuries […]
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January 24, 2022
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Myelopathy | Causes
By AGE2B team
Many different conditions can lead to myelopathy. A spinal trauma can lead to spinal cord problems. Traffic or sports accidents are commonly the reasons for spinal cord problems. With age, the spinal canal can become narrow because of degenerative processes. Bone spurs, bulging discs, or thickened ligaments may take up room in the spinal canal […]
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January 24, 2022
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Myelopathy | Symptoms
By AGE2B team
Symptoms of myelopathy depend on the location of the spinal cord compression. Cervical myelopathy results in symptoms in the neck, arms, and legs. Thoracic myelopathy affects the back and legs. Arm symptoms may include pain, tingling, weakness, or clumsiness in hands, such as being unable to button a shirt, turn a doorknob, or open a […]
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January 24, 2022
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Myelopathy | Anatomy
By AGE2B team
If a disorder or injury interrupts or disturbs the way neural signals are transmitted through the spinal cord, a condition called myelopathy occurs. Spinal cord problems occur most often in the cervical spine, but may sometimes occur in the thoracic spine. Myelopathy can be difficult to detect. Usually it develops gradually in seniors, with a […]
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January 24, 2022
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Lumbar Radiculopathy | Causes
By AGE2B team
The cause of lumbar radiculopathy is inflammation or compression of an intervertebral nerve root. The reasons for nerve compression or inflammation can vary. Disc herniation is the most common cause of lumbar radiculopathy. Usually, this occurs with aging. When an intervertebral disc becomes dry, its edges can crack. Osteophytes in the spine can also cause […]
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January 24, 2022
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Lumbar Radiculopathy | Symptoms
By AGE2B team
Usually, the first and main symptom of lumbar radiculopathy is pain in the lower part of the spine. It occurs as a result of compression of the nerve roots caused by a disc herniation, bone spurs, or thickened ligaments. When lower back pain in lumbar radiculopathy is caused by an intervertebral disc herniation, it is […]
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