An Atypical Case Of Exertional Leg Pain - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
MRI Angiogram: negative for popliteal artery entrapment Xrays: No bony abnormality
EMG/NCS: Negative
B12: 496 pg/ml (211-946)
Folate: 13.3 ng/ml (>3.0)
TSH: 2.15 uIU/ml (0.45-4.5)
Compartment pressure testing: Elevated values in bilateral anterior and deep posterior compartments

Other Studies:
Compartment Pre-exercise Post-exercise
R Anterior 22 48
R Lateral 12 18
R Deep Post. 14 33
R Superf. Post. 13 23

L Anterior 13 36
L Lateral 13 14
L Deep Post. 12 30
L Superf. Post. 13 15

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