Edema of the left forearm
Pain in the forearm appears with injurieselbow and wrist joint, muscles of the forearm. In this case, pain in the forearm, bruising, bruising of the hand and fingers are observed. Chronic tension of the muscles of the forearm often causes the development of the dystrophic process, manifested by aching pain in the forearm, increasing with movements in the wrist joint and tightening of the fingers in the fist. Muscle tone is increased, palpation is painful. Tendovaginitis of the tendon of the forearm can develop with pain during the movements of the fingers. Purulent tenosynovitis may be accompanied by a breakthrough of pus. In this case, the body temperature rises, there is a sharp pain in the forearm, swelling, redness of the skin, restriction of finger movements.
With carpal tunnel syndrome occurscompression of the nerve, tendons and vessels of the hand. There are nocturnal pains in the forearm. Myositis, tendovaginitis occur in workers in certain professions. They flow quite sharply (2-3 weeks). Burning pain in the forearm is aggravated during work, there is swelling, crepitus. Neurodystrophic and neurovascular reflex syndromes. The pain is aching, it renders to the back of the neck, shoulder, forearm, increases with movement or prolonged stress. Neuropathy of the radial nerve, its defeat is most characteristic in the elbow joint. Trauma in this zone with the development of epicondylitis ("tennis elbow") occurs due to overstrain of the muscles of the hand and the forearm forearm. Pain in the forearm accompanies rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis, gout, arthrosis, myositis, systemic lupus erythematosus. To exclude joint disease, clinical, laboratory and radiographic studies are required.
At what diseases there is a pain in the forearm
Neurological diseases. Injuries, vertebrogenic diseases with neuroreflex and neurovascular disorders. Infectious, metabolic and immune disorders.