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  1. Pain Caused by Burns

    WebMD looks at management of pain caused by different types of burns.

  2. Groin Problems and Injuries - Check Your Symptoms

    Check your symptoms of groin problems and injuries.

  3. Groin Problems and Injuries - Prevention

    The following tips may help you prevent a groin injury or other problems in the groin area.

  4. Groin Problems and Injuries - Home Treatment

    Home treatment of a groin injury can help relieve pain, swelling, and bruising and promote healing.

  5. Groin Problems and Injuries - Topic Overview

    The groin areas are located on each side of the body in the folds where the abdomen joins the legs. The pubic area lies between the two groin areas.

  6. Groin Problems and Injuries - Preparing For Your Appointment

    A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Groin Problem and Injuries.

  7. Pain Management: Arachnoiditis

    Learn about arachnoiditis, a pain disorder.

  8. Elbow Pain: Other Causes of Pain - Topic Overview

    Occasionally a problem elsewhere in the body can cause pain in the arm or elbow. These may include: A neck problem,such as a pinched nerve in the neck. A shoulder problem,such as arthritis in the shoulder. A wrist problem,such as carpal tunnel syndrome. A heart problem,such as angina pectoris. A tumor or bone cyst near the elbow or in the arm. ...

  9. Olecranon Bursitis (Popeye Elbow) - Topic Overview

    What is olecranon bursitis?Bursitis is an inflammation of small sacs of fluid (bursae) that help joints move smoothly. Olecranon bursitis, which affects the olecranon bursa at the back of the elbow, is sometimes called Popeye elbow. This is because the bump that develops at the back of the elbow looks like the cartoon character Popeye's elbow.What causes olecranon bursitis?There are three general

  10. Topic Overview

    Pain in a spinal cord injury (SCI) can be complicated and confusing. There are different types of pain,and they are often described in different ways. You may feel pain where you have feeling. But you may also feel pain in an area where otherwise you have no feeling. The pain may be severe at some times. But at other times it may disappear or bother you only a little. The most common type ...

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