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A Combined case of CECS (Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome) 4 compartments, FPAES (Functional

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Andy J, Mar 31, 2013.

  1. Andy J

    Andy J Member


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    What is the success rate of surgical fasciotomy of anterior, lateral, superficial & deep posterior compartments?

    Success rate after release of trapped popliteal artery?

    What are the treatment outcomes? Incidence of nerve damage?

    Which surgery first? release for CECS or FPAES? (some overlapping of symptoms)

    Would fasciotomy of posterior compartment have a resultant effect on entrapped popliteal artery?:

    What does the body actually lack, in order to have 3 entrapment syndromes? (incl. the Thoracic Outlet Syndrome)

    How common is this? Has anyone had any experiences with this?

    Are there any Vascular surgeons in Melbourne that have great experience and high success rate in surgical management of FPAES?
     
  2. Craig Payne

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    Hi Andrew; obviously I know why you are asking! I don't think anyone has any significant experience of all of them simultaneously.

    From what I have seen for isolated anterior compartment, the surgical success is close to 100%.
     
  3. HansMassage

    HansMassage Active Member

    "What does the body actually lack, in order to have 3 entrapment syndromes? (incl. the Thoracic Outlet Syndrome)

    How common is this? Has anyone had any experiences with this? "

    This is the kind of case I often get. I responded on this thread http://www.podiatry-arena.com/podiatry-forum/showthread.php?t=43986

    Posture support at the thoracic/lumbar junction has to be supported by adverse posture changes above and below. I was just searching this site for tarsal tunnel to respond on my own forum to a question and discovered I had made the above response.
    Thanks to the administrator for the post on how to use Google to search the site.
     
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