myalgia


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myalgia

[mī′al·jē·ə]
(medicine)
Pain in the muscles.
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6) edema and pain, difficulty walking, rash, weakness, fever, myalgia B Brother Fever, myalgia 3,580 (20.
70% of cases had myalgia at the time of presentation, of which 90% had muscle tenderness.
The MOH recommended Zika virus screening for persons with fever and maculopapular rash, and 1 of the following: arthralgia, myalgia, headache, and nonpurulent conjunctivitis.
Twenty-three male patients without statin-induced myalgia and 17 male patients with statin-induced myalgia, the latter being matched with the former, were assigned to group 1 and 2, respectively.
In the new DC/TMD, myalgia represents what was called myofascial pain in the RDC/TMD.
Eight months later, the patient returned to the ED with myalgia and rapidly progressing paralysis from the neck down; she was immediately intubated.
Postoperative muscle damages and myalgia are attributed to different mechanisms including increased myoplasmic calcium concentration changes in membrane phospholipids releasing free fatty acids and the involvement of free radicals.
Aside from myalgia, the most prominent concern about statins through the years has been the higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Studies suggest that 5%-18% of patients on the highest doses of statins will develop myalgia.
Sixty five patients (96%) had fever followed by myalgia in 48(70%), headache in 33(48.
Levator myalgia, myofascial pelvic pain syndrome, and pelvic floor spasm are all terms that describe a condition that may affect as many as 78% of women who are given a diagnosis of chronic pelvic pain.