Many people do not take leg pain seriously, but do not know, leg pain behind, may be hiding these diseases!
A sore leg or related to the heart.
Jiangsu Provincial people’s Hospital Zhao Ning: an old man was recently admitted to our hospital because of severe pain in his right leg. Liu Sheng, deputy director of the interventional department, diagnosed the results of the examination.
The patient was an arterial embolism caused by the loss of a cardiogenic embolus. The arterial embolism of the extremity resulted in cold, numbness and pain of the extremities after the occlusion of the blood vessels.
The so-called cardiogenic emboli, namely by atrial fibrillation, heart valve disease, infective endocarditis, myocardial infarction, cardiomyopathy, heart surgery, cardiac myxoma and other diseases formed by the embolus. Atrial fibrillation (AF) is one of the most common causes of mural thrombus in the elderly, who developed atrial fibrillation 3 years ago.
Leg pain or lower extremity arteriosclerosis occlusion.
Professor Gu Yongquan, a professor of vascular surgery at Xuanwu Hospital at Capital Medical University, said Wang, who is in his 70s, has had a sore leg recently, and his right leg is getting colder after walking around the park two times. At first I thought it would be good to rest for two days, but half a month or walking pain, go to the orthopedic department to take a film is not abnormal.
Many middle and old people have such a situation, to guard against arteriosclerosis obliteration of the lower extremity. The main manifestation is the limb hair cool, numb, intermittent claudication and so on. About 8% of the people over 60 years old in Beijing have symptoms of limb ischemia. Three high patients, long-term smoking will aggravate the progress of the disease. If the diagnosis and treatment is not timely, it may delay the condition and endanger the life.
A pain in the leg or caused by an eye condition.
Hou Xiwu, director of the second Eye Section of the fourth affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University: a 7-year-old child in Zhumadian, Henan Province, sometimes shouted a leg pain a year ago. It was not very serious. There were no abnormal conditions such as redness and swelling on the legs, so the parents did not take it seriously. A month ago, the child developed symptoms such as redness and loss of vision. After examination, he found “chronic total uveitis, posterior adhesion of most of the iris of both eyes, severe left eye with cataract and band deformation of the cornea in the left eye”. On this basis, eye disease has developed to a fairly serious degree. After laboratory examination, the initial diagnosis is: juvenile arthritis caused by uveitis.
Whether infectious or non-infectious, uveitis is not a single eye disease, and is closely related to the whole body, sometimes accompanied by systemic lesions, such as oral ulcers, skin erythema, etc. Leg pain is one of them.