A 31-year-old male asked:
Throbbing pain in left calf. sometimes in knee and ankle. ultrasound negative. no redness or swelling. worried about dvt. please advise.
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General Practice 53 years experience
Radiculopathy: 30's male with intermittent throbbing shifting pain of knee or calf or ankle, and absent redness, swelling or ultrasound findings needs to see Osteopath; with concern for peripheral neuropathy due to pelvic or lumbar region neural impingement, for example, sciatica.
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