exercise-induced leg pain

exercise-induced leg pain

A generic term for pain after exercise, which is most commonly caused by stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome and chronic compartment syndrome.
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Nonetheless, he said that smoking, diabetes, obesity, unhealthy diet and high blood pressure, sedentary living and increasing age (especially after reaching 50 years of age) can all increase the possibility of a person experiencing this exercise-induced leg pain.
Claudication is derived from the Latin word "claudicatio", meaning to limp (1,2) and refers to exercise-induced leg pain. Clinical manifestations of arterial disease range from intermittent claudication at the lower end of the continuum, to limb threatening critical ischemia.
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