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Posted by Michael
on October 06, 1999 at 00:38:53:
In Reply to: Re: Chronic exertional compartment syndrome posted by Betty on September 29, 1999 at 15:10:52:
: Also, why do you have bone tenderness? The fascia has nothing to do with the bone. Maybe there is more to your problem?
Does not the fascia attach to the bone?
Tenderness refers more to just under the tibial crest and where my incission was made. For whatever reason that area was very painful if pressed even slightly. Such pain to the touch is common for people who have shin splints medially. Not to mention part of the 5 P's discussed in the literature on chronic exertional CS. As well people who have had similar fasciotomies later describe the pain of touching the medial tibial crest as bearable and to of even
of disappeared. I have had a bone scan and I have no stress fractures.
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