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Clinical interpretation: The patient's description of his pain, paresthesia and heaviness in non-dermatomal pattern may indicate a thoracic dysfunction.
She has been experiencing progressive paresthesia of both legs, impairing her walking.
8) Patients often report nocturnal pain or paresthesia in the distal median nerve distribution, comprising the palmar surface of the thumb, index, middle, and radial half of the ring finger.
In comparison to the control group, fatigue, depression and paresthesia were significantly reduced in patients who took part in a training programme that was held three times a week, according to the researchers.
The initial symptoms were different among them, including paresthesia or weakness of limbs, dizziness, dysacusis, alternating diarrhea and constipation, and dysarthria.
He initially had several fistulas in his right upper arm which constantly complicated with ischemic symptoms such as paresthesia and pain.
Occasionally compression neuropathy with the primary complaint of severe pain, paresthesia and thenar motor weakness is present.
Early research reportedly indicates that burst stimulation may be able to deliver SCS therapy with little-to-no paresthesia and may be more effective than tonic stimulation, especially in managing complex back pain.
And, with HF10 therapy I can for the first time focus on providing pain relief to my patients instead of managing paresthesia, which is a paradigm shift for my pain practice.
Besides chronic pain and tender points, FMS patients may present several other symptoms, such as chronic fatigue, sleep disturbance, morning stiffness, headache paresthesia, and anxiety, among other manifestations (1-3).
Most significantly, there was no pain at rest, only during and after exertion, with the pain and associated paresthesia disappearing 10 minutes after cessation of activity.
The most common adverse reactions with the approved dose were paresthesia, upper respiratory infection, anorexia, and abdominal pain.