Chronic exertional compartmental syndrome

Defined as pain in legs associated with activity, but it may include numbness, paresthesias, and muscle weakness secondary to muscle swelling within an individual’s myofascial compartments.

Reported in legs, thighs, gluteal muscles, upper extremities, and feet.

Usual self remitting process with the discontinuance of inciting activity.

Frequently overlooked.

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