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Myofascial Foot Pain Following Uneventful Epidural Analgesia for Labor and Delivery

Author(s): Jeremy T. Almon | Alberto J. de Armendi | Jorge A. Cure | Badie S. Mansour | Gretchen M. Wienecke

Journal: Advances in Molecular Imaging
ISSN 2161-6728

Volume: 02;
Issue: 01;
Start page: 11;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Myofascial Pain | Trigger Point | Epidural Analgesia | Delivery in Adolescent | Local Infiltration | Chronic Foot Pain

Following an uneventful delivery under epidural analgesia, a 17 year old female patient was referred to the Pain Clinic because of numbness and pain of the left big toe for 2 and a half Months. An Orthopedic consultation had ruled out foot injury and concluded that the pain was radicular and secondary to nerve damage from the epidural analgesia. A Pain Clinic evaluation made the diagnosis of myofascial pain which was successfully treated with trigger pint block using normal saline.

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