Is thickening of clavicle caused due to osteomyolitis?
I have had osteomyolitis of the left collar bone when I was 10-15 years was operated on 3 times I have inflammation at end of collar bone and pain, had ct scan, X-ray and MRI all show odeona thickening of clavicle, I have rheumatoid arthritis also and had cerebyl vasculitis, waiting to see a...
What are the hard bumps on my clavicle?
Hard bumps on clavicel. There are 3 bumps all three are very hard and dont hurt. Two are very small and one is big. It is strange the bumps are in the same spot on each side of the coller bone. You can hit the big bump hard and b it sounds like you are knocking on a door. I am 17 years old and...
Does saline implant eat away chest wall and cause spasms ?
I am three months post removal of saline implant (breast cancer survivor) after finding that implant was eating away chest wall. Now I have 2 weeks of swelling above left clavicle and hardened areas where implant was removed. Pain is often spasm like in chest, but deep ache at clavicle. CT...
I have pain directly below my clavicle / collarbone on my right hand side - what would this be from?
could be muscle pull did u throw any thing hard like base ball game or cricket? can you move your shoulder? if mobility is not compromised or any redness and swelling is not there then you need not to worry cheers. just some rest, apply balm and take some acetaminophen
Underactive thyroid is when your thyroid does not produce sufficient thyroid hormones (thyroxin) to do its functions properly. Usually confirmed when you have low free T4 and high TSH. This may cause you certain undesirable symptoms.
Im have mild chest pains and a painful feeling on my right side when ever i take a deep breat my clavicle has minor swelling and my right shoulder feels diff..
THERE CAN BE GASTRITIS CHEST MUSCLE SPASM OR SPRAIN
SHOULDER MUSCLE SPRAIN TEAR OR TENSION
CAN E ALLERGIC LUNGS WHICH BEHAVES LIKE THIS URING DEEP BREATH
CAN BE CARDIAC
NEED TO INVESTIGATE ON THESELINES UNDER DOCTOR CONSULTATION
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