Directory of Symptoms
A bump of the back of you heel. Haglund’s deformity (aka the Mulhulland Deformity) is a bony enlargement on the back of the heel that most often leads to painful bursitis, which is an inflammation of the bursa (a fluid-filled sac between the tendon and bone). In Haglund’s deformity, the soft tissue near the Achilles tendon becomes irritated when the bony enlargement rubs against shoes.
Hair loss associated symptoms
The Hawkins' test is another commonly performed assessment of impingement. It is performed by elevating the patient's arm forward to 90 degrees while forcibly internally rotating the shoulder. Pain with this maneuver suggests subacromial impingement or rotator cuff tendonitis.
Head Impulse thrust
This is a test to determine if your inner ear is working properly. Normally you should be able to keep your eyes fixed and looking straight ahead even if someone moves your head quickly. If your eyes don't stay fixed and actually move with your head then the test is abnormal. If your eyes have to catch up to your head or have to correct their position then this test is positive and implies a disorder of your inner ear.
Injury to your head that can occur from a fall or direct trauma.
Pain in your head.
Just that... you can't hear a thing!
Heart rate vital sign
There are many ways for you to measure your heart rate. You can use a stop watch or perhaps buy a heart rate monitor at a local pharmacy. You can also watch this video and learn how to check your heart rate. It is important to know how to measure your heart rate. Your pulse (heart rate) is one of "vital signs" that a doctor measures during your visit to the office.
Heavy vaginal bleeding
This is a common disorder in which women have an unusually heavy or prolonged menstrual flow, with excessive blood loss. This can be quatified as changing pads or tampons every hour. This condition needs emergent evaluation.
This is the expectoration (coughing up) of blood or of blood-stained sputum from the bronchi, larynx, trachea, or lungs.
A skin rash that is benign but may inflict substantial discomfort in certain cases. Classically, it begins with a single "herald patch" lesion, followed in 1 or 2 weeks by a generalized body rash lasting up to 12 weeks, however usually around 6 - 8.
Skin lesions that are caused by herpes virus infection. These can be present on the genitals, around the anus or around the mouth. They are painful and often cause redness around the surrounding skin.
This means an injury to the hip.
Hip invasive procedures
This refers to any hip procedures that involve penetration of the joint space.
Hip or Buttock bruising
This refers to visible bruising or discoloration of the skin in the butt or hip area. This usually occurs after being struck with force.
Hip overuse activities
This refers to activities that can lead to joint problems from overuse. Activities like running, bicycling, squatting, repeated stair climbing or excessive dancing ballet can cause certain hip problems.
Hip problem location
This refers to the anatomical place in the hip where you are having the problem.
Hirsutism is a condition of unwanted, male-pattern hair growth in women. Hirsutism results in excessive amounts of stiff and pigmented hair on body areas where men typically grow hair — face, chest and back. This can be caused by an excess of androgens (a type of hormone).
Involuntary movements of eyes in which they move horizontally (side to side)
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