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Results 1 - 10 of 48 for Shoulder contracture
  1. Complications may include: Deformity of the arm, shoulder contracture , or frozen shoulder Partial loss of sensation in the arm (uncommon) Partial shoulder paralysis Repeated injury to the arm
  2. ... disorders include skeletal muscle weakness, particularly in the shoulders and lower legs; contractures involving the joints of the spine (rigid spine); ...
  3. ... adolescence. Individuals with Ullrich congenital muscular dystrophy develop contractures in their shoulders, elbows, hips, and knees, which further impair movement. ...
  4. ... not get stuck in place. This is called contracture or frozen shoulder. Check with your provider before doing any of ...
  5. ... to help with: Exercises to keep your elbows, shoulders, and other joints loose Watching for joint tightening (contractures) Making sure splints are used in the correct ...
  6. Muscular Dystrophy (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research)  
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  7. ... inward- and downward-turning feet (clubfoot). Less commonly, contractures affect the hips, knees, shoulders, or elbows. People with Freeman-Sheldon syndrome may ...
  8. ... the person with the following: Exercising the elbows, shoulders, and other joints, to keep them loose Watching for joint tightening ( contractures ) Making sure splints are used in the correct ...
  9. ... causes pain and stiffness (adhesive capsulitis or frozen shoulder); and, in males, Peyronie disease, which causes abnormal curvature of the penis. Dupuytren contracture occurs in about 5 percent of people in ...
  10. ... protruding chest (pectus carinatum); and joint deformities called contractures that restrict the movement of joints in the shoulders, elbows, hips, and knees. Beginning early in life, ...
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