alexa Abstract | Acute Compartment Syndrome Leading to Bilateral Foot Drop in Association with Hypothyroidism
ISSN: 2165-7920

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Acute compartment syndrome (ACS) most often develops soon after significant trauma, particularly involving long bone fractures. However, ACS may also occur following minor trauma or from non-traumatic causes. ACS is a surgical emergency. We report an unusual case of acute compartment syndrome leading to bilateral foot drop in association with hypothyroidism.

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Author(s): Joe Thomas, Vimal Iype and Joice Varghese


Acute compartment syndrome (ACS), Bilateral foot drop, Hypothyroidism, Clinical Trials

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