bacterial infection of epidermis caused by streptoccus pyogenes
occurs on face, raised fluid cavities that develop into pus charging crusts
various symptoms related to upper part of gastrointestinal tract caused by reflux of acid/bile into esophagus or irritation of esophagus; may be caused by food
acute viral infection primarily affecting upper respiratory tract caused by Epstein-Barr virus transmitted thru saliva, blood transfusion and bone marrow transplants.
- increased white blood cells, enlarged spleen, liver, rash, and jaundice
inflammatory bowel disease - crohn's disease
chronic inflammatory disease of gastrointestinal tract, affecting all layers of intestinal wall caused by unknown but possibly caused by immune disorders
- mild pain in abs, fever, nausea, diarrhea
inflammatory bowel disease - ulcerative colitis
chronic inflammatory disease of gastrointestinal tract, primarily affecting superficial (mucosal) layer of large intestine caused by unknown
- remissions and exacerbations of vary severity with blood, diarrhea, mucus, weight loss and arthritis.
highly contagious respiratory tract infection caused by viral strains of myxovirus influenzae transmitted by droplets in the air.
- onset of fever, chills, headaches, cough, ache, congestion, enlarged lymph nodes, fatigue and weakness
yellow discoloration of skin caused by abnormally high levels of bilirubin pigment in blood caused by red blood cell breakdown
Signs - yellow discoloration of eyes, mucous membranes
anemia - prehepatic
hepatitis - hepatic
severe itching, foul-smelling feces - posthepatic
formation of solitary or multiple stones in the kidney caused by precipitation of calcium salts, uric acid, cystine and magnesium ammonium in absence of substances that normally inhibit precipitation
deformity of spine that produces a rounded back caused by bad posture, arthritis, lung problems, paralysis, weak back muscles, tuberculosis, compression of fractures in vertabrae
- difficulty breathing, scapula pulled forweard
cancerous overproduction of white blood cells in bone marrow and lymph tissue, resulting in abnormally large number of immature white blood cells in blood
cause - virus, radiation, chemicals
- fever, bleeding, bruising
external infestation of lice - wingless insects that feed on human and animal blood.
incubate 6-10 days, develop in 19-25 days
body lice - shoulders, back, buttocks, itchy red areas
head lice - nits, pearly gray or brown oval structures found on scalp
inability of liver to meet body's needs, conditions that damage hepatic tissue.
signs - tendency to bleed, anemia, fluid in peritoneal cavity, edema, spider nevi
cancer originating in lymph nodes and other lymphoid tissues
signs - painless swelling of lymph nodes, tonsils, adenoids, liver or spleen.
risk epstein-barr virus, immune or autoimmune disorders
viral infection that produces skin rashes
caused by transmission in air or droplets from infection and enters respiratory tract, travelling to blood via lymph
viral disease of skin. virus transmitted by skin-to-skin contact
progressive deterioration of myelin sheaths of nerve fibers in brain and spinal cord. may be caused by autoimmune by T-cells
avoid high heat, cold and deep tissue
aromatherpay and reflexology has worked
group of congenital disorders characterized by a progressive wasting of skeletal muscles, with no loss of sensation of neural activity.
- inherited lack of adequate proteins
Duchenne's - onset between 3 and 5, muscle weakness and hypertrophy in leg and pelvis, affecting gait and posture
landouzy-dejerine - weakness of muscles of face, shoulders, and upper arms, then progressing to all muscles.
ROM of all joints, ab massage for constipation
autoimmune, neuromuscular disorder marked by muscle weakness and muscle fatigue. caused by reduced availability of acetylcholine receptors at neuromuscular junction in muscle cells, resulting in decreased efficiency of nerve signal transmission.
stimulation massage and reduce muscle fatigue
ossification in a muscle caused by trauma to a muscle, followed by bleeding, inflammation and fibrosis
bacterial infection involving fasciae surrounding muscles caused by microorganims intro by deep tissue trauma and bacterial flora in GI during ab surgery
nerve entrapment syndrome
condition that results in continuous or intermittent compression of one or more peripheral nerves caused by pressure from surrounding areas from repetitive movements.
excess amount of body fat, by 20% or more of the expected weight for a person's age, sex, and height.
BMI greater than or equal to 30
decrease in bone mass and bone density resulting in porous, fragile bones, caused by aging profess and endocrine disorders
chronic, progressive disorder affecting the motor system due to a deficiency of neurotransmitter dopamine in basal ganglia and overactivity of acetylcholine.
peptic ulcer disease
ulcers (erosions) in mucous membrane of esophagus, stomach (gastric), duodenum or jejunum caused by infection from bacterium Helicobacter pylori
noninflammatory degenerative disorder of peripheral nerves, especially those in fingers and toes. uknown cause but may be due to autoimmune mechanims, toxins, infections or genetic conditions. B12 lymphatic massage
inflammation of plantar fascia and surrounding structures caused by excessive stress on foot
physical, psychological, behavioral symptoms occurring 3-14 days prior to onset of menstruation that interfere with normal activities and affect relationships caused by changes in serotonin in brain brought by fluctuations in estrogen and progesterone levels
chronic, relapsing inflammatory disease of skin possibly caused by keratinocyte migration rate and immune system
fungal infection of skin that thrives on cooler surface of skin transmitted by contact with an infected person or clothing
tinea corporis - round or oval patches with central clear area surrounded by red border with pustules
tinea pedis (athlete's foot) - scaly lesions or inflamed, oozing painful lesions between toes
viral infection of cutaneous or mucosal surfaces, producing fleshy growths caused by papillomavirus transmitted via contact with an affected individual or with sloughed-off infected skin cells
local massage is contraindicated
damage to muscles, ligaments, intervertebral discs, and nerve tissues of cervical region by sudden hyperextension and/or flexion of the neck. consult with physician
chronic ulcers in leg caused by sluggish flow of blood in legs in individuals with varicose veins, making skin prone to injury and delaying healing, resulting in ulceration
- elevate leg above heart using deep, slow effleurage to reduce edema and deep friction around ulcer to soften area and improve circulation
abnormally dilated and tortuous veins of lower legs or other areas caused by prolonged dilation and stretching of vessel walls making valves incompetent.
- light massage with leg elevated to move blood and lymph towards heart
- contraindicated if twisted hard veins with ulcers
formation of blood clot in vein due to injury of vessel wall and altered coagulability of blood.
Risk from prolonged bed rest and immobilization
Massage is contraindicated
skin disorder characterized by smooth, hypopigmented, irregular patches on various parts of the body, cause is unknown, but may be genetic, immunological, viral, biochmical
temporomandibular joint syndrome
collection of signs and symptoms associated with joint connecting lower jawbone and temporal bone of skull caused by inappropriate alignment and/or laxity of supporting ligaments
- unilateral/bilateral muscle tenderness
passive stretch, effleurage, petrissage to neck and shoulders
tendinitis - ankle
inflammation of Achilles (calcaneal) tendon - overuse of gastroc and soleus.
- lymphatic drainage to reduce edema, massage proximal part of limb, ROM