Gradual onset thigh pain

Myositis Ossificans

Myositis ossificans can occur as a complication of not treating a contusion correctly and involves a small growth of bone within the muscle. It usually occurs a while after a severe impact to the knee that causes internal damage, which is subsequently left untreated. Myositis ossificans symptoms Myositis ossificans develops some time after a contusion …

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Stress Fracture of the Femur

The femur bone is the long thigh bone. Prolonged overuse can cause a stress fracture known as a femoral stress fracture. Pain may come on gradually as a dull ache which intensifies if a bending force is applied to the femur. Rest is the key to recovering from this injury. Symptoms of a femoral stress …

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