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Post traumatic painful shoulder – a delayed clinical feature of upper lobe lung cancer in a 74 year-old male. - case report -

Post traumatic painful shoulder – a delayed clinical feature of upper lobe lung cancer in a 74... ARS Medica Tomitana - 2014; 1(76): 40 - 43 10.2478/arsm-2014-0008 Arghir Oana-Cristina¹, Trenchea Mihaela², Iliescu Mădălina¹, Galie N.³, Ciobotaru Camelia¹ Post traumatic painful shoulder – a delayed clinical feature of upper lobe lung cancer in a 74 year-old male. - case report - ¹ Faculty of Medicine-University “Ovidius” Constanţa, Romania ² CMI Pneumology, Medgidia, Romania ³ National Institute of Pneumology “Marius Nasta” Bucharest, Romania ABSTRACT Introduction A 74 year old Caucasian man, presents with a 6 week history of right sided chest pain including traumatic related painful right shoulder. Shoulder minor contusion The painful shoulder caused by compromised was diagnosed and partial managed by symptomatic treatment associated to rehabilitation. The pain was shoulder movement is a very common condition initially eased with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory encountered in the rheumatology clinic being related drug (NSAID) use and finally changed worsening. He with rotator cuff disorders, glenohumeral disorders, has evidence of moderate COPD on spirometry and has acromioclavicular joint disease and referred neck been commenced on inhalers. An invasive primitive pain [1]. Self reported prevalence of painful shoulder adenocarcinoma lung cancer was confirmed by chest CT is estimated to be from 16 to 26% [2] and recent scan and lymphnode biopsy through http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ARS Medica Tomitana de Gruyter

Post traumatic painful shoulder – a delayed clinical feature of upper lobe lung cancer in a 74 year-old male. - case report -

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ARS Medica Tomitana - 2014; 1(76): 40 - 43 10.2478/arsm-2014-0008 Arghir Oana-Cristina¹, Trenchea Mihaela², Iliescu Mădălina¹, Galie N.³, Ciobotaru Camelia¹ Post traumatic painful shoulder – a delayed clinical feature of upper lobe lung cancer in a 74 year-old male. - case report - ¹ Faculty of Medicine-University “Ovidius” Constanţa, Romania ² CMI Pneumology, Medgidia, Romania ³ National Institute of Pneumology “Marius Nasta” Bucharest, Romania ABSTRACT Introduction A 74 year old Caucasian man, presents with a 6 week history of right sided chest pain including traumatic related painful right shoulder. Shoulder minor contusion The painful shoulder caused by compromised was diagnosed and partial managed by symptomatic treatment associated to rehabilitation. The pain was shoulder movement is a very common condition initially eased with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory encountered in the rheumatology clinic being related drug (NSAID) use and finally changed worsening. He with rotator cuff disorders, glenohumeral disorders, has evidence of moderate COPD on spirometry and has acromioclavicular joint disease and referred neck been commenced on inhalers. An invasive primitive pain [1]. Self reported prevalence of painful shoulder adenocarcinoma lung cancer was confirmed by chest CT is estimated to be from 16 to 26% [2] and recent scan and lymphnode biopsy through

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ARS Medica Tomitanade Gruyter

Published: Feb 1, 2014

Keywords: Medicine; Clinical Medicine; Clinical Medicine, other

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