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What is chronic exertional compartment syndrome? I have lower leg pain from 8 months, MRI reports of ls spine and knee are normal, what is the problem?

Pressure. With exertional compartment syndrome, the fluid pressure in the tissue compartments of the legs increases excessively with certain activities. This can put pressure on nerves and blood vessels, potentially causing pain and structural damage. In severe cases, it can be limb threatening. Generally, avoiding those pain-producing activities is best. Read more...
Let me explain. Tissue sleeve around muscles in front of leg too tight to alow adequate oxygen delivery to muscles at desired activity level producing ischemic pain of muscles in front of classically seen in military or forced march not diagnosised by me without pre and post exercise compartment pressure measurements your back is normal by MRI leave it alone. This can always be treated by activity modification. Read more...