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TSUJI ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE PAINFUL LESION

Shunichi Tsuji, M.D.



WHERE DO YOU HAVE PROBLEMS AND WHAT IS YOUR AGE?

Ages over fifty-five, painful knees with gait disturbance. Sometimes associated with severe varus deformity and/or effusions.


Ages over forty, painful hip joints with gait disturbance. Sometimes limps with muscle weakness around hip joints or leg length is shortening.

After ages of twenties, gradually starting to feel pain around hip joints and thigh. Previous history of congenital dislocation of hip joints or acetabular dysplasia.

Lasting shoulder pain after the history of humeral head fracture or pain associated with severe manual labor which is eventually damaging shoulder joint.

After ages of forties, painful shoulder when you start to raise your arms. Shoulder may be frozen.

 

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