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chronic leg pain

leg pain due to: (1) exercise-induced injuries (e.g. medial tibial stress syndrome [shin splints], stress fractures, gastrocnemius/soleus muscle strains, iliotibial band friction syndrome, posterior tibial and peroneal tendinitis); (2) compression syndromes (e.g. chronic compartment syndrome, chondromalacia patellae, peroneal, tibial, popliteal nerve entrapments, arterial occlusion, radiculopathy); or (3) muscle fascial injuries (e.g. fascial herniation, muscle soreness and cramps)
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Objective: To identify the occurrence of leg pain amongst computer users and assess its relation to age sex occupation and duration of computer use.
According to the report, a copy of which is also available with The Frontier Post, the private medical board examined Musharraf and reviewed his medical history regarding lower back pain and left leg pain.
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