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78 Possible Causes for Foot Drop, Intermittent Claudication

  • Entrapment Neuropathy

    claudication.[] Four patients had classical rheumatoid arthritis, while foot-drop developed in one man after trauma to the knee.[] Motor nerve injury would then cause two particular symptoms of weakness, foot drop and inversion sprain. Foot drop occurs when walking.[]

  • Foot Deformity

    CONCLUSIONS: Extramembranous transfer of the tibialis posterior tendon is a quite successful method in retrieving active dorsiflexion of the foot in patients with drop foot[] BACKGROUND: Anterior transfer of posterior tibial tendon (PTT) is the most common technique to correct foot drop in patients with common peroneal nerve palsy.[] We report on the clinical features, radiographic findings, management and results in a 58-year-old man with associated ankle osteoarthritis and drop foot deformity.[]

  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    METHODS: A case of a lumbar epidural hematoma with 10-15 minutes of intermittent claudication was described.[] Numbness, a pins-and-needles feeling, weakness, and/or tingling may be experienced in the leg, foot, and/or toes. See Foot Pain Causes and Treatments Foot drop .[] Weakness in the foot is especially common, with difficulty lifting the foot (known as foot drop) often reported in those with L4/L5 herniation.[]

  • Radiculopathy

    Clinical syndromes of radicular pain involving buttock, hip, or posterior thigh and intermittent neurogenic claudication are more common than back pain.[] She had manifestations of foot drop 3 months after the initial infection.[] In severe cases of peroneal neuropathy there will be obvious foot drop.[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    Foot posture, foot mobility magnitude and navicular drop did not moderate the effect of footwear on outcomes.[] Foot posture, foot mobility magnitude and navicular drop were separately added to the mixed linear model to investigate if these modified the effect of footwear on outcomes[] Although these effects were not moderated by foot posture, FMM or navicular drop, variability in the individual increases in lateral heel force suggests participant characteristics[]

  • Sciatica

    Progressively worsening pain was followed by left foot drop. An electrodiagnostic evaluation suggested a lower lumbosacral plexopathy.[] A 67-year-old woman had a 3-month history of progressive neurogenic claudication, lumbago and left L5 radiculopathy with foot drop.[] L5 nerve root sciatica symptoms may extend to the big toe and ankle (called foot drop ).[]

  • Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

    PURPOSE: Lumbar spinal stenosis typically presents with neurogenic intermittent claudication.[] Some patients will have a foot-drop, or the feeling that their foot slaps the ground while walking.[] The weakness can affect one or both legs and there may also be the chance of foot drop, where it feels as though the foot is slapping against the ground while walking.[]

  • Anterior Compartment Syndrome

    Conditions that simulate shin splints and the compartment syndromes (e.g. thrombophlebitis, osteomyelitis, cellulitis, tumours and intermittent claudication) are rarely seen[] One month later, the foot drop, repeat NCS, and CT demonstrated a significant improvement with conservative management.[] Delayed diagnosis and treatment led to extensive myonecrosis and permanent bilateral foot drop.[]

  • Sciatic Neuropathy

    drop is not an uncommon presentation of motor neurone disease. b) If weak ankle dorsiflexion and foot eversion, but strong ankle plantarflexion and foot inversion; numb dorsum[] Pain and weakness, primarily foot drop, were the most common presenting symptoms.[] CASE: A parturient complained of left foot drop after cesarean delivery for twins performed under spinal anesthesia.[]

  • Pes Planus

    ) M21.371 Foot drop, right foot M21.379 Foot drop, unspecified foot M21.4 Flat foot [pes planus] (acquired) M21.40 …… unspecified foot M21.5 Acquired clawhand, clubhand, clawfoot[] , right wrist M21.332 Wrist drop, left wrist M21.339 Wrist drop, unspecified wrist M21.37 Foot drop (acquired) M21.371 Foot drop, right foot M21.379 Foot drop, unspecified[] ) M21.371 Foot drop, right foot M21.372 Foot drop, left foot M21.379 Foot drop, unspecified foot M21.4 Flat foot [pes planus] (acquired) M21.40 Flat foot [pes planus] (acquired[]

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