There may also be numbness in the legs and feet. To treat arteriosclerosis there are medications, surgeries, and lifestyle modifications that can help an individual with the disease. The walls of the arteries receiving too much pressure repeatedly can cause high blood pressure, also known as hypertension. Symptoms may include headaches, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, blurred visions, nosebleeds, palpitations, and dyspnea. Most people will not
In these cases, the body remains in a constant state of inflammation or becomes inflamed when the body mistakenly fights against itself. Some of the things that cause parts of the body to become inflamed include bacteria, viruses, parasites, and cancerous cells. An example of an autoimmune disorder causing inflammation is rheumatoid arthritis. Because inflammation is typically painful, medication is often taken to reduce the symptoms. While prescription
Symptoms include, Localized pain around the shoulder and scapula, accompanied by swelling front and side on as well in the inner arm. Subacrominal Bursitis has a particular indicative signal, at night Bursitis in general will become more painful and the location for this pain is easily detected. General movements will also causing pain or wincing reaction when moved beyond a 60⁰ arc. Normal responses to injury like joint stiffening and inflammation will also occur. Causes Though Subacrominal Bursitis is a fairly standard overuse injury there are some interesting secondary contributors.
Older shoes/Worn out shoes Uneven ground or hills are worse on tendons. Medical conditions such as high blood pressure and/or psoriasis pose a higher risk. Certain medications such as antibiotics (fluoroquinolones) may propose a problem. Symptoms A pain in the Achilles tendon usually begins with a mild ache in the back of the leg above the heel after running or being active which may tender to the touch, or look and feel swollen. Severe pain may present itself after more intense exercise such as running, sprinting, or even climbing
Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (pdf) is one of a family of related diseases called interstitial lung diseases. Pulmonary fibrosis occurs when lung tissue becomes damaged and scarred. The end result of a variety of inflammatory diseases of the lungs, in which dense fibrous connective tissue replaces lung tissue. Thickened, stiff tissue makes it more difficult
In the early stages of rheumatoid arthritis, the canine might have a slight lameness in one or a few limbs and possible slight anorexia. As the disease progresses to a chronic stage the owner and veterinarian will see chronic intermittent lameness and deformities of the ligaments particularly in the carpus, metacarpus, tarsus, and metatarsus. The canine might have a limited range of motion, swelling of the soft tissue, joint pain, and a slight fever. It is also possible that a mild lymphadenopathy, a disease affecting the lymph nodes, might be found upon
The treatment options for elbow bursitis have numerous contributing factors. The Cause One of the most important aspects in the treatment options for elbow bursitis is the cause. Seeking an accurate diagnosis will help to determine if bursitis is the actual cause of the pain in the elbow. • An impact on the elbow may create excess fluid causing the area around the bursa sac to swell. • Pressure on the bursa sac over a long period of time • Repetitive motion of the elbow • Infection after an injury • A degenerative disease, including arthritics or gout • Age, elbow bursitis is common in adults who are over the age of 40 Non-Surgical Treatment Options for Elbow Bursitis Finding the best treatment options for elbow bursitis depends on the degree of irritation, inflammation and infection.
Pneumonia is the swelling of the tissue in one or both lungs, usually brought on by a bacterial infection, but can be as a complication of viral infections which make the body weak and more susceptible to a secondary infection. The tiny air sacs (alveoli) become inflamed and fill up with fluid making it difficult to breath. Due to the fluid build up the symptoms are a cough, but you may also have a rapid heartbeat and fever, sweats and loss of appetite as your body fights the infection. You can also experience chest pain. Croup is a a condition that is commonly found in children.
A patient with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome may experience symptoms such as loose joints, muscle pain/fatigue, easy bruising, chronic pain, overly flexible joints, stretchy skin, and fragile blood vessels. The symptoms that a patient experiences may vary depending on the type of EDS that the patient is diagnosed with. For example, with Classic Ehlers Danlos Syndrome the patient may experience overly flexible joints (joints move past normal range of motion), stretchy skin (skin stretches farther than normal), and fragile skin (damaged skin does not heal well). Experiencing any of the symptoms listed previously can cause a multitude of pain in the patient, as well as, an altered lifestyle. The altered lifestyle really comes into play for a patient when the treatment of the symptoms begins.
Usually more than one artery is blocked off. Some symptoms of a pulmonary embolism includes a sharp or stabbing pain. If the patients says that they feel pressure rather than a stabbing pain it may be something else like a broken rib poking a lung. The sharp/stabbing pain gets worse with each breath and every time the patient exerts themselves. The pain should not go way when the patient is resting.