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eosinaphilic fasciitis

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • February 11, 2007
  • 04:37 AM

I was diagnosed with eosinaphilic fasciitis in the late 70s , has seemed to be in remission. by that I mean no hurting, stiffness is still present but not bad.

5 months ago the muscles around my right knee was swollen and unable to walk with out some sort of help, mainly a cane. Arthritic specialest said no arthritis, Questioned the fasciitis, no real answer. Could this have been caused by the eosinaphilic fasciitis????

Pat Shockey

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