anterior compartment syndrome(redirected from chronic exertional compartmental syndrome)
anterior compartment syndromeA condition that typically arises in the anterior compartment of the lower leg, characterised by cramping, pain and tightness, often with numbness and tingling in the foot.
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anterior compartment syndromeA condition in which swelling within the anterior compartment of the lower leg jeopardizes the functionality of the muscles, nerves, and arteries that serve the foot
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