Category Muscles, ligaments & amp; Tendons

Muscle twitching - muscle twitching
Muscles, ligaments & amp; Tendons

Muscle twitching - muscle twitching

Muscle twitching can be a completely harmless symptom, but it can also be related to various serious illnesses. The intensity of the muscle twitching is extremely variable according to the different causes. It ranges from barely perceptible twitching of individual muscle fibers and bundles to twitching of the entire muscle with movement effect.

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Muscles, ligaments & amp; Tendons

Muscle twitching - muscle twitching

Muscle twitching can be a completely harmless symptom, but it can also be related to various serious illnesses. The intensity of the muscle twitching is extremely variable according to the different causes. It ranges from barely perceptible twitching of individual muscle fibers and bundles to twitching of the entire muscle with movement effect.
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Muscles, ligaments & amp; Tendons

Cruciate ligament pain - causes and treatment

Cruciate ligament pain is caused by overstretching or straining, a tear (rupture) or tearing of one of the cruciate ligaments. In the rarest of cases, both ligaments are affected. Tasks of the cruciate ligaments The cruciate ligaments are distinguished from the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments. As the name suggests, these are crossed on top of each other.
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Muscles, ligaments & amp; Tendons

Muscle pain - causes and treatment

When the muscles cause pain Man consists of approximately 656 muscles. These make up 40 percent of body weight. We couldn't live without muscles. For example, up to 70 muscles are involved in laughing - almost unimaginable. Muscle pain (myalgia) can usually affect all muscles, but this is mostly seen in the muscles of the back, shoulders, arms and legs.
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Muscles, ligaments & amp; Tendons

Muscle hardening

Muscle hardening is referred to in medicine as myogelosis. The term describes a mostly bean-sized, clearly defined, palpable, local change in the muscles. Myogeloses are often "painful". The term muscle hard tension is used in medicine for a large-scale, increased state of tension of the muscles.
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