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Extensor compartment

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doctor1 MD

on that one foot without additional pain, so I don't think it's broken. I'm worried about compartment syndrome ...

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My ortho doctor said (years ago) that I have "compartment syndrome" in my lower left leg, and also that the muscle had calcified. I am having an angiogram MOnday, looking for blockage, as I have had chest pain ...

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has compartment syndrome . She can still move her covers perfectly. Does this mean she is ok? ...

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compartment. Another doctor told me that mild thickening is from a prior MCL injury which I was unaware of ...

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I broke my tibia and fibula several years ago. During that injury I had compartment syndrome which they performed a fasciotomy to relieve the pressure. I've had no real problems with pain or anything like ...

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I have been told by my doctor that I could have compartment syndrom in both of my l lower legs. Reviewing the list of symptoms, I don t have any listed and I have never had an injuries, ect, to my legs. I ...

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Exertional Compartment Syndrome, leg. I am helping my daughter in law search for a specialist that she could see. She had hip replacement surgery and then during therapy she got this syndrome. Now she ...

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surgically , or there will be a compartment syndrome . Also my foot got swollen and hurts . So today I went ...

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I have spasms of extensor digitorum. Very painful. At night only. The spasms extend down to feet and present as painful arching along the big muscle, and extend to painful involuntary arching, spasming, etc ...

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I think i have Extensor Tendonitis in the foot, ive had it for about 3-4 weeks now ive been icing and elevating and resting alot but still a little bit painful.. I have a big 7 hour football tournament ...

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Hello, I am a marathon runner and have been having trouble with extensor tendonitis. It does not hurt while running and comes and goes randomly throughout the day while not running. what can I do ...

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osteophytes. There is tenosynovitid of the second extensor compartment tendon sheaths, and a little fluid around the first extensor compartment tendon sheath and within the ECU tendon sheath. Fibres from ...

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I have a patient who we are told had a stroke. she has severe extensor tone in her hips and legs making impossible to transfer her without a sling. Her upper extremities are hypotonic with almost alien ...

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Hi I hurt my pinky finger a month ago while scraping and chipping off cement splatter off my house vinyl siding with another piece of siding. I was using a repeated motion of scraping and trying to snap off the splatters. It hurts pretty much any...

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I have just started taking Chymoral Forte to help with exercise induced Compartment syndrome. What is this medication and will it give a cure - I work out a lot and have been a squash player and runner. The pain ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Unlikely. If it is a compartment syndrome it will need to be relieved by a procedure called as fasciotomy. The team at the ER will be able to perform it if they can confirm it. Sometimes some medications may be able to relieve the edema and you may not require a fasciotomy.

doctor1 MD

Hi, Healing depends on so many different factors. Generally, we immobilize the joint for about three weeks to allow for consolidation. I suges you ask your doctor about this. I hope this helps. I wish you well.

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Hi, This unicompartmental osteoarthritis in which only one compartment (mainly medial) gets affected. Asymmetrical reduction in joint space and osteophytes are a part of osteoarthritis. Supra patellar bursa effusion is also secondary to OA. TREATMENT: 1)Quadriceps exercises ( static and dynamic ) 2)avoid squatting and sitting cross legged 3)avoid using indian toilet.