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Angulated intramitochondrial inclusions in the left leg of a man with a left-sided limp by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 06 May 2013 12:21pm A 59-year-old male with a one-year history of limping as well as pain, weakness, and paresthesia of the left lower extremity who underwent lumbar microdiscectomy with cord decompression. Although the patient's pain subsided post-operatively, his other symptoms persisted. Since his CPK levels were chronically elevated (around the 500's), biopsies ... Read on »
Best Post of May 2013: Angulated intramitochondrial inclusions in the left leg of a man with a left-sided limp by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 03 Oct 2013 4:40pm Here's the next in our Best of the Month Series. No definitive diagnosis has been suggested since the original post on May 9, 2014 A 59-year-old male with a one-year history of limping as well as pain, weakness, and paresthesia of the left lower extremity who underwent lumbar microdiscectomy with cord decompression. Although the patient's ... Read on »
I left my legs in San Francisco (sing it with me) by Amy G. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:15pm At least it felt that way last night when Pam and I started running. We ran our new short route, about 3.5 miles, and at least at the beginning I was just dragging. Nothing hurt, nothing sore, just low energy. Even though I took it relatively easy on Sunday apparently the 13.1 hilly miles had an effect on my legs. Go figure! I did a litt ... Read on »
Update on left leg by Renee B. Posted Thu 22 Jul 2010 12:00am Things with my leg have been much different than with my right leg. The reason being that my left leg included my hip that had issues too. My right leg did not have that. So I am healing a leg that has issues in the hip and its much more painful and is taking longer to heal. No matter what I always keep a positive attitude and I say that I am do ... Read on »
I have two doctors, my left leg ... by Mary Ellen B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 10:18pm I have two doctors, my left leg and my right. ~G.M. Trevelyan Read on »
came down clutching his left leg. by pfasdssda Posted Thu 03 Jan 2013 2:50am ” CB Leon Hall said. “We have to win one game at a time and take it week-to-week.”QB Christian Ponder was limited at Wednesday's Vikings' practice with an injured elbow he incurred last Sunday against Green Bay. Coach Leslie Frazier said he had a bruised elbow and was experiencing some soreness new nfl jerseys Witten had 18 catches against the Gi ... Read on »
Garnett was injured in the left leg missed by aanikelmkhb Posted Mon 18 Mar 2013 2:46am Garnett was injured in the left leg missed the Green shirts and the Bobcats game, fighting heat can play or is unknown.If you heat the Celts this was closed, the opponent after Knight, piston, Bobcat and magic, then was away fighting the Bull.Heat bulls this season and, each 1 WINS, Bulls Insider nuoabuzeer a fast attack, Deng yifudangguan, t ... Read on »
Suffering From Left Leg Pain for Four Years by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Mon 25 Apr 2011 6:41pm Not being alarmist, that's a complaint that's not completely uncommon. People often suffer form years of pain and discomfort and only come in and seek care when they cant deal with it anymore. The other long term pain patient is a bit more proactive but what often happens is that they have shopped around for treatment for months, sometimes years ... Read on »
The Left Leg, the Right Hip by Judith L. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Jan 2011 7:25pm Sometimes, out of the blue, I feel a sharp twinge in the area just below my left knee. It is pain combined with a stiffness, that odd kind of arthritic stiffness that I associate with an arthritic "flareup".  It usually eases off a bit but not always.  It has happened a couple of times lately when I was in the middle of doing leg presses, and con ... Read on »
40 years!! by jothyr Posted Fri 11 Jan 2013 6:43am A 40-year survivor In honor of achieving 40 years survival after diagnosis of Osteosarcoma in January of 1973, I am herein going to publish chapter one of my book Who Says I Can’t in its (somewhat long) entirety. On this site, the book is for sale as it is on Amazon.com.   It didn’t seem like a life-changing event when it happened ... Read on »