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I am so sorry you are not getting answers. It is very frustrating to seek help and find no relief and no explanation. Where I live, about an hour from me, is a doctor that is rather unusual but specialized in differential diagnosis. She works in a large compound of her own in the middle of nowhere and all she does is diagnose & then recommend your ...


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Yes, many physicians will be very prone to use X-ray or MRI to diagnose one-sided shoulder pain in an otherwise healthy person, but not necessary as the first thing. There is a variety of physical examination tests, like Spurling's test, other "provocation tests," tests to evaluate the strength of the individual muscles, the range of motion (ROM) in the ...


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The differential diagnosis of a unilateral shoulder pain associated with computer work: Mouse shoulder due to inappropriate arm position during working with a computer mouse (CCOHS, Acta Inform Med) Myofascial pain syndrome: muscle pain associated with a forced posture, repeated movements and stress (Mayo Clinic, Indian J Anesth) Pinched nerve in the neck (...


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The differential diagnosis of pain in the left lower quadrant of the abdomen or groin is quite extensive, which is why questions on history-taking and a clinical examination are so important. I see some investigations (MRI) have been completed, which should narrow it down a bit. Anatomy This diagram shows the position in question: the left lower quadrant (...


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