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Piriformis syndrome

Piriformis syndrome is a common disease causing acute and chronic sciatica. It is generally believed that the high branch of the common peroneal nerve passes through the piriformis muscle bundle or the sciatic nerve passes through the abdomen of the piriformis muscle. When the piriformis muscle is injured and congestion, edema, spasm, adhesion and contracture occur, the muscle space or the superior and inferior pores of the muscle become narrow and squeeze the nerves and blood vessels passing through it. Therefore, a series of clinical symptoms and symptoms are called piriformis muscle injury syndrome.

Symptoms

Epidemic hemorrhagic fever

Senile pneumonia

Lyme carditis

Old people are bedridden for a long time

Unstable angina pectoris in the elderly

Acute arterial embolism in the elderly

Watershed infarction in the elderly

Lung cancer in the elderly

Senile venous thrombosis

Dilated cardiomyopathy of the elderly

Abdominal aortic aneurysm in the elderly

Pulmonary tuberculosis in the elderly

Calcified valvular disease in the elderly

Lung abscess in the elderly

Variant angina pectoris in the elderly

Senile cerebral embolism

Septic shock in the elderly

Senile emphysema

Sick sinus syndrome in the elderly

Geriatric brain heart syndrome

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