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If it does not, then the referred pain might belong to a different trigger point.
When these trigger points were palpated both local and referred pain were present in all patients.
One of the most characteristic features of MPDS is the presence of trigger points which are small and sensitive areas in a muscle that spontaneously or upon compression cause pain to a distant region, known as the referred pain zone.
These points may cause focal pain or referred pain upon irritation of the muscle.
Renal/ureteric stone can cause referred pain in testis.
Brachialgia or upper limb pain can be due to pathologies of the joints, soft tissue and to referred pain from nerve compression.
There are of course other sources of referred pain that need to be excluded before attributing the groin symptoms to the hip joint.
The Bears made four changes after Clarke was ruled out by a lumbar spine dysfunction with referred pain into the left hamstring and joined Woakes, Rankin and Will Porterfield (away with England and Ireland) as unavailable.
Peripheral and central sensitisation also increase the area of referred pain.
It's very hard to know if the pain of which the patient complains and that you're palpating is primary or secondary, meaning referred pain.
The EFA measures muscle activity and function at rest and during full range of motion to objectively determine the nature, acuity, and extent of an injury as well as the precise location and source of referred pain," said IDI President Mary Reaston, PhD.
Sometimes tailbone pain can be due to some other spinal problem, what we often call as referred pain.