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The following Conditions are related to Burning

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  • Compartment syndrome

    The signs and symptoms associated with chronic exertional compartment syndrome might include: Aching, burning or cramping pain in the affected limb — usually the lower leg Tightness in the affected limb Numbness or tingling in the affected limb Weakness of the affected limb Foot drop, in severe cases, if legs are affected Often occurs in the same compartment of both legs  Read More

  • Galb deficiency

    At birth, infants with galb deficiency appear healthy, but by 8 to 15 months, they stop growing and start losing their learned skills (developmental regression). Affected people experience seizures and blindness as the illness worsens, and gradually they lose consciousness of their surroundings and become slow to react. Most people who have this type of illness do not live into early childhood. Children with the c  Read More

  • Mononeuritis peripheral

    A set of diseases known as neuropathies afflict the nerves not connected to the brain and spinal cord (the peripheral nerves). The term "mononeuropathy" refers to a condition in which only one nerve or one set of nerves is harmed. This condition has a detrimental impact on the area of the body that is connected to that nerve or group, impairing mobility, sensation, or function there. Any region of the body might be impacted by neuropathy.  Read More

  • Opthalmoneuromyelitis

    Opthalmoneuromyelitis, also known as Devic disease, is an acquired condition triggered by autoimmune reactions and certain microbial infections. However, some studies suspect the involvement of genetic factors. It is a rare chronic demyelinating disorder that affects the optic nerve and spinal cord. There are two forms: monophasic and relapsing. Monophasic occurs once that lasts for 30 to 60 days. Whereas it recurs in a relaps  Read More

  • Reflex neurovascular dystrophy

    When a body develops a complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) due to immense pain and nervous issues is known as Reflex Neurovascular Dystrophy. Its cause is damage to the immune system and sympathetic nervous system. TREATMENTS: Various medical procedures help in getting rid of the disease of RSD on the symptomatic level to some extent. Apart from Physical and Psychotherapy, other methods to treat a p  Read More

  • Sudeck's atrophy

    Sudeck's atrophy is also called Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) which is a type of persistent pain that typically affects one's arm or leg. CRPS usually arises as a result of an injury, surgery, stroke, or heart attack. The pain is excessive in comparison to the intensity of the initial damage. The specific causes of CRPS are unknown. It is assumed to be caused by a difference or injury to the peripheral and central nerv  Read More

  • Trigeminal neuralgia (tic douloureux)

    Trigeminal neuralgia (tic douloureux) is a disorder that causes one side of the face to experience pain that feels like an electric shock. The trigeminal nerve, which transmits feeling from your face to your brain, is impacted by this chronic pain syndrome. If you have trigeminal neuralgia, even slight facial stimulation, such as when you clean your teeth or put on cosmetics, can send a sharp, terrible pain through your face.  Read More